Old souls are people who are just different in heart, mind and soul. These differences have led to some universal problems that each old soul can relate to. Old Souls are special kind of persons who find themselves different, isolated, and alone since birth not because of their attitude, habits, or temperament, but rather because they are simply… old — in mind, in heart, and in soul.
ow do we know stuff? Like all of the great philosophical quandaries, it’s a fundamentally straightforward question that can lead us into an endlessly branching series of chicken-and-egg meditations on the nature of existence (ontology) versus the nature of knowledge (epistemology). In this keynote address from the 2015 Integral Theory Conference, Ken Wilber offers a thorough examination of the classic philosophical conflicts between ontology and epistemology, while suggesting a way to seamlessly integrate the two and end this philosophical debate once and for all.
The Last Avatar is a mystical adventure film, the story of a young man who leaves Hollywood to find himself. What he finds is beyond his wildest imagination. Based on ancient prophecy, contemporary truth seeking and the future of humanity, The Last Avatar is a film that takes transformational themes and makes them relevant for audiences of all ages. Filled with love, magic, mystery, conspiracy, psychics, underground cities, secret societies, light bodies and much more, The Last Avatar tells the story of the emergence of Kalki Avatar- the final Avatar of our current Age of Chaos. Kalki is also a metaphor for the innate power and potential that lies within humanity to awaken and create a world beyond the lies and deceptions that have been imposed upon us. In the words of Kalki Avatar, ”We are becoming conscious of our power to remake the world.”