‘Notes on Consciousness: Elements of an Integrative Worldview (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 15)’ by Peter Fritz Walter.
‘Notes on Consciousness: Elements of an Integrative Worldview (Scholarly Articles, Vol. 15)’ is not an article in the classical sense, but rather, an intuitive summary of all of the author’s nonfiction books. Its paradigmatic style and authoritative diction have not little in common with Nietzsche’s ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra.’
This vintage of an expanded worldview is a concise sketch of ‘realizable’ new ways, both individually and collectively, or, in a more expanded formulation, a new worldview that reinstitutes real morality principles instead of the fake morality that postmodern international consumer culture practices as an upside-down worldview where all the real values have been twisted into a consumerist persecutor paradigm that gives the state more and more control over the individual.
The emphasis here is on the integrative aspect, as we have so many fragmented views and opinions in our society. What we need are integrative and holistic solutions for the future. This includes all possible aspects of a holistic perspective in order to melt them into an organic whole.
The author has widely profited, in his own spiritual development, from channeled literature and from his own dream visions, from meticulous scientific observation and research, and from his various art activities. All these vectors are needed to bring about a truly synergistic and integrative regard on life and living.
This condensed integrated intuitive pamphlet is the result of more than twenty years of both intellectual and artistic pursuit combined with meditation and comparative religious studies, and not to forget, the integration of the whole body of esoteric and channeled literature that was produced by humanity throughout the ages and that the author has meticulously studied since the 1970s.