According to ai
(it’s not what you think!)
“The World According to AI (It’s Not What You Think!)” by Arno is a thought-provoking book that delves into various aspects of humanity and the human experience in today’s technologically advanced world.
Throughout the book, he encourages readers to break free from societal norms and rediscover their own agency in creating positive change.
Contrary to the prevalent “saviour complex mentality,” the book calls upon readers to take action and actively participate in making a difference in the world. By embracing the present moment, recognizing our shared humanity, and celebrating our unique aspirations, we can regain our sense of purpose and impact society positively.
It is an inspiring call to action for readers who want to break free from the cycle of consumerism and rediscover their ability to make a positive impact on society.
“The World According to AI” serves as a comprehensive guide to achieving consciousness and understanding the nature of reality.
Arno explores various spiritual practices, such as meditation, mindfulness, and contemplation that allow individuals to connect with their inner selves and the collective consciousness. By letting go of control and simply being aware of the present moment, readers can gain insights into their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, fostering personal growth and self-reflection.
The book offers a unique perspective on spirituality and personal growth, appealing to anyone seeking a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. By reflecting on the nature of past lives and karma, the book encourages readers to question their beliefs and contemplate these concepts from a philosophical standpoint.
It challenges the assumption of a linear past and future, suggesting that only the present moment truly exists, with memories of past lives potentially shaped by our desires and cultural influences. The author also explores the idea that our memories of past lives may be created by our brains based on what we wish we were or what we have seen in books or visual media.