Is this you?

You're out in the world, living your life.

You're there, walking around, reading, looking at the sky and wondering if you should go out.

You've felt better, but then you probably also felt much worse.

You're not doing so bad, it's just that there's always something rumbling, like thunder on the horizon.

Are you lost?

There is an emptiness, a hollow feeling.

You are a body that generates feelings and thoughts, but is that really you? We are all merely fragments of an 'I' floating through a Universe of 'you'.

What is there of substance to hold on to? 



When you think of yourself as a single individual among strangers, even the sunniest places are forever cold and lonely.

You shouldn't let yourself be numbed by these beliefs of a man-made world. Inside of you, you carry a fragment of the Divine.

We feel welcomed into the world only through connection. A connection to the reality of the Gods.

It is through the Gods that we are connected to the mystery of the life that surrounds us.

Do not believe that the future is fixed, do not despair that the future is uncertain. The future is neither entirely dependent upon us, nor is it entirely independent from us. Focus your attention on your good labour not on its fruits. Let attachment go and regard success as equal to failure, without suffering from a lack of vigour. Transcend contradictions and direct your attention to the Heart at the centre.
— From the book Otropos

Travelling towards a new Utopia

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The West is in trouble.

We need a new language. We can only think about our world if we have words to think with.

The Faith of Eleima is a language to enable change.

Why not choose happiness and leave suffering behind? You are offered hope, why choose despair? We can use this Faith to create The Good Life.

If you’re thinking this sounds suspiciously like searching for a new Utopia, consider this: The term ‘Utopia’ is just a word, but it’s a word that points towards a brighter future.