“Our search for understanding has been defined for millennium as an ever expanding construction of more and more complex concepts. Since the beginning of recorded history we have asked questions suggested by our natural world and the increasingly intricate social structure we have created as human beings. We have mythologized the expansion of understanding as a never-ending quest for the ultimate answers, as if we had the capacity to ask the ultimate questions.
What this myth could not take into account is the possibility that our understanding would come to the end of its own capacity, and that understanding itself, not just its content, must undergo a transformation…” –from the book
Spiritual seekers by the thousands have come to the end of the masters and gurus, the religions and philosophies, and the process of getting better. They have discovered the timeless present and the power of marketing the “now.” But what’s next after now? When you give up spirituality—not out of a reaction or because you’ve completed some mythic journey—and you drop into the present, what is the post-spiritual reality and how do you live it creatively?