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To meditate our way out of confusion we need not necessarily sit a cushion. One wonderful method is to migrate mindfully through myriad sensations, with deliberate intention.
Looking closely as we search through the world, we find every situation unique. Still though, people, places, personalities echo and rhyme. Within experience’s fluid progression, patterns appear. Naturally in our imagination, we conceive of types and archetypes to make sense of all this intense feeling. The only trouble is that these can become the basis for projections, masking the unique singularity of all perception.
In these meditations, we will expand our awareness by cultivating an attitude of greater appreciation for direct sense-perception.
Please prepare yourself for these meditations with three small morsels of food and a drink.
Lukas was born and raised in the countryside outside of Ann Arbor where he later studied poetry, literature, and the liberal arts at the university. From the ages of 14 to 19, he was rather serious about a particular format of competitive debate, which had me studying politics, economics, and philosophy. He has continued those studies since in various forms both in and outside of formatted scholastic frameworks. He has also continued to coach debate in various forms ever since. In the last five years, Lukas has found that a spiritual practice has helped to weave all these prior threads together. Now he is working to build a sensory-regeneration spa into a permaculture system on the side of a mountain in a tropical rainforest of Costa Rica.
Lukas is passionate about finding solutions to help people who are trapped in degenerate conditions and difficult situations to discover greater access to their own inner resources. His hope is that the business he is currently working to make into an economically profitable model may eventually become a non-profit that supports more equitable access to breathtaking beauty and liberating experience.