As people are moving away, they are lost and need somewhere to land.
It's hard to pack everything into a nutshell, so from a high level I could say that this is about exploring mystical maps, and the experience they lead to, honing in on the qualities and values they inspire to reveal the profound importance not just for ourselves but for society, (world-centric perspective), in particular the next generation, that we choose our maps wisely.
I became called to do this after spending many years engrossed in the contemporary non-dualism of neo-advaita, and becoming disillusioned by the "no self, no suffering," i.e. Liberation via self-negation map that promotes disdain for humanity and the phenomenal world
led me to engage in collaboratively reflecting on what went wrong, and what pro-human, pro-social approaches look like.
If you have a framework or map that opens you to the universal in service of trivializing the particulars
Vs to gain new perspective and appreciation for them
Mystical maps often described as leading to liberation , enlightenment , freedom from suffering , escapes , ways to detach , to transcendent this world
But there are mystical maps (immanence) that aren’t about ending suffering or escaping anything , are about engaging with that in a new way, and making it more meaningful
… write here what these are about in contrast