The purpose of the wildernessFusion blog is to teach.

Specifically, it is to teach the philosophy, psychology, and mythology that underlie everything we do at wildernessFusion. These three foundational elements are worlds within themselves, and I can only hope that each future blog post will help you map the vast territory these worlds encompass.

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The Philosophy of Choice, NIA-tu'

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February 8, 2019

The Philosophy of Choice, NIA-tu’

I have been studying NIA-tu’ for decades, and there is a basic paradox that underlies this philosophy. Here are a few inroads to set the context. We know that we have moved towards the simple truth when we have reached purity. This purity is achieved when we have transcended the path or beliefs that we have navigated in seeking truth.

The paradox is this. We need to enter our own complexity (our own fixed points and patterns) in order to understand simplicity. At this point we see that the dogma and superstitions that have helped us navigate towards simplicity are the very things that keeps us from the purity we seek.

And then we walk deeper…….

Karl

Sarah Moon

The purpose of the wildernessFusion blog is to teach.

Specifically, it is to teach the philosophy, psychology, and mythology that underlie everything we do at wildernessFusion. These three foundational elements are worlds within themselves, and I can only hope that each future blog post will help you map the vast territory these worlds encompass.

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