It seems like we are always moving toward something better, or at least better in some way.
We are making things cheaper, faster, smaller, smarter, bigger, more powerful, more complicated, simpler, more intelligent, more elegant, etc. than before.
But why? Why is something always an improvement over the past iteration, in our society?
A partial answer is that we live in a consumer-based society in which everything produced must supposedly be better than the previous version, so people will continue to buy, buy, buy.
But is there another answer to the question regarding why we are always supposedly improving?
Recently I met with an engineer who told me he had a “fundamental discontent with this apparent reality.”
How interesting. He dedicated his life to changing that with which he was discontent. He manipulated his tools based in mathematics and physics to alter the reality as we know it. Or at least, to alter the way things currently work so that they work better.
But what if the higher vibration, the better frequency, the improved way, does not involve a product?
What if it involves a process, and that process begins with how we behave toward the world?