Category: Back to the body Perspective

Cain and Martha: The Rejected Ones Come Home

In Heilsgeschichte, or Principle of Restoration, there is always a child that is left behind or a woman that is less loved. At some point in history–and I believe this point is now, namely, after 2012–there comes a time when a reckoning must be made with all of these children left behind and women who

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The “Übermensch” and the Current Migration Crisis: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

In this article I refer to the human migration crisis in Europe and the United States as a signal of a change of consciousness. I argue that this change has become especially urgent after 2012. In fact, I claim that this age after 2012 is exactly the time when people will make progress toward the level of Nietzsche’s “Übermensch,” except that I define this term according to the back-to-the-body perspective. An Übermensch is someone who has a well-developed and well-balanced stomach, brain, and heart. I connect this with the immigration crisis by arguing that are demanding to be in a place where they can fully develop themselves: stomach, brain, and heart. Thus, I call for a rethinking of immigration laws worldwide.

The Body as a Source of Truth: A Back-to-the-Body Perspective

Ever since starting this blog on the December Solstice of 2012, I have been proposing the body as an excellent standard of truth. This does not mean that we have to discard the wisdom of the ages, as it was transmitted to us through traditions and teachings. It is foolish to disregard all the wealth

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Israel—A “Back-to-the-Body” Perspective

In this article, I will consider the State of Israel, the Jewish culture, and the Jewish religion under two points of view: first, as the spirituality of the “stomach”; and second, as the realization of the level of “camel” in Nietzsche’s three metamorphoses of the spirit. The guiding paradigm for this article is the human

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