Professor Richard Doyle, aka “mobius” is Liberal Arts Research Professor at Penn State University, where he has taught since 1994. Since reading the work of futurist Alvin Toffler at age 12, Doyle has been on a scholarly and personal quest to understand the effects of information technologies on the evolution of human culture. After completing a PhD at UC Berkeley and a post doctoral fellowship at MIT, he has received grants from the National Science Foundation and written a trilogy of scholarly books on the effects of information technologies on human evolution and the effects of language on consciousness. His latest, Darwin’s Pharmacy: Sex, Plants & The Evolution of the Noösphere, focuses on the co-evolution of humans with psychedelic plants such as psilocybin, cannabis and ayahuasca.
WHO THANKS? A COSMIC MIRRORING OF THANKITUDE
We are a way for the cosmos to know itself. Carl Sagan
We are mirrors of cosmic thankitude. Mobius
Our ordinary understanding of gratitude points to a someone who is thankful for something. We are thankful for our health, our families, our friends, our lives. But if we dance closer to our experience of gratitude and begin to feel what fills us, we can dissolve into the galactic dimensions of Cosmos becoming thankful for itself, a cosmic mirroring of thankitude 🙂