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PART TWO

This is the final part of an essay about humankind’s next big evolutionary leap, which will be directed inward: towards the non-physical aspects of our existence. In part one I discussed some of the contemporary findings that begin to bridge the gap between science and spirituality.

What is…


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PART ONE

This piece is about humankind’s most pivotal revolution in the coming decades and centuries, hands down. It is about meaning, future, consciousness, society and science. Its message is more important than anything I have ever conveyed. …


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This essay was previously published as episode #61 on Mind the Shift podcast.

A protracted, undulating, often difficult and at times surprisingly toxic question is that of possible differences between the sexes.

Are there any differences, apart from the obvious? And if so, does it even matter?

From a higher…


— Ten canceled doomsdays you already forgot

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This essay was previously published as episode #51 on Mind the Shift podcast

One of my pet topics is how we see the world. There are of course as many world views as there are people, but there is also a handful of collective views. …


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At the core of mainstream Western culture, and in effect, at least since some decades ago, of mainstream global culture, there is a reverence for measurable science, particularly natural science. We have all been conditioned to believe that this is all we can and should rely on in the long…


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This essay was previously published as episode #40 on Mind the Shift podcast

The Dutch historian Rutger Bregman has written an extraordinary book called ”Humankind”. One of my earlier guests on Mind the Shift podcast, the futurist Carin Ism, talked about Bregman’s trailblazing work, but I hadn’t heard of him…


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This essay was previously published as episode #28 on Mind the Shift podcast

These are strange times, but they will eventually prove to have taught us a number of things. …


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This essay has previously been published as episode #22 on Mind the Shift podcast.

When I was 20 years old I did civilian service in a coastal town in southern Sweden about 140 kilometers from the town where I was living. …


The unified energy field connects us with all there is. Not figuratively. Literally.

This essay has previously been published as episode #25 on Mind the Shift podcast.

We are all connected.

Not just in the trivial sense that we have common interests and things like that. …


– The illusion of linear time

This essay has earlier been published as episode #18 on Mind the Shift podcast.

In a way, time is what it is all about. If there is a global shift happening, which I believe there is, it implies that the world and humankind is going from one state to another…

Anders Bolling

Recovering news journalist with deep interest in society, science, spirituality & how they merge. Communicate and bridge. Podcast, text, talk. andersbolling.com

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