Excerpt from a LinkedIn article by Gunther Sonnenfeld, a developer of business concepts adding a
spiritual view to the nature of our reality, due to a near death experience. This experience is such
a gift to our world, I feel, for it offers fresh views on our 3D existence, found on the other side:
"The last piece I shared was an exploration of practical, applied methods for developing a strategic
position in business. This post will explore ways we might deconstruct belief systems that can limit
our capabilities to explore the ‘truths’ embedded in the information we receive, cultivate and share.
Thinking Beyond Our Beliefs & Away From Social Medi(a)crity
Are worldviews necessarily healthy for us?
A little over 20 years ago, I had what some scientists call a 'near death experience'. I prefer to call it
an ‘eternal life experience’, but words are just words without the context of being able to effectively
convey the actual experience itself to people who would likely scoff at the idea of some sort of
transcendent reality that is different from their own. I wouldn’t blame them. Hence, the details of that
experience – and a number of experiences I’ve had since then – are not important for purposes of this
particular exploration, other than to share the perspective that, gradually, over time, the experience(s)
I had completely changed my worldview. Truthfully, at present, it has rendered any sense I might have
of an overarching worldview practically obsolete.
In other words, the only ‘truth’ I can hold is one in which I am afforded – or one in which I create –
the opportunity to ask different questions of myself and the world around me. If there is a ‘belief’
about the world that I might hold, it is quite simply that each of us creates the reality we wish to
experience. For me, that reality constantly changes. I like that it constantly changes, as it makes
life and business very interesting, and in many ways, quite meaningful. Or, at the very least, that
is what I perceive to be the case, and what I seek to learn through experience".[/size]
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