Of Matter or Mind?
Paradoxical Poems on the Nature of Reality
In the year 1710 Bishop George Berkeley published A Treatise Concerning Human Understanding, in which he proposed that there is no material world ‘out there’ generating our sense perceptions, but rather all is arising in mind. This world is a kind of dream.
Is the world fundamentally matter creating mind? Or is it mind dreaming matter? The poems in this book are not intended to resolve the debate, rather they are portals opening up a seeing of reality in a different way, facilitating a paradigm shift between those two positions. They will mess with your mind, leading you into unresolvable paradoxes—getting you lost in contemplation of questions that perhaps have no ultimate answer.