Arielle Ford, asked a great question on her FB page today: If talent, time and money were not an issue, what would you write a book about?
A few ideas came to mind:
THE SOCIAL BRIDGE: How the Internet and Social Networks are templates for the spiritual realm, an early training ground for humanity to make a transition from Separateness to Oneness.
RELATED QUOTE for THE SOCIAL BRIDGE: Social networks are a template for assembling and participating in spiritual networks; the relative limitlessness of the internet is preparing humanity for the unlimited realm of spirit. Learning to navigate on the web is schooling for navigating the realm of spirit. Even as humanity has exited physicality for cyber-reality, so also shall humanity exit cyber-reality for spiritual realms. (I speak in terms of separateness because this is still the pre-dominant language of understanding seemingly different paradigms. Oneness is a foreign term to many). ~ Nathaniel Hansen
IN THE SAME MOMENT: How Orgasm and other Peak Experiences cause every cell within one’s body to sing the same tune in the same moment. How humanity is heading towards such an experience collectively in the context of social networks.
RELATED QUOTE for IN THE SAME MOMENT: Is a single psychic event possible in the context of global social networks? To say more plainly, is the world mind knit together in such a way that humanity could now, in front of “itself” (and consciously), become aware together of one common thought? If so, what thought, what single “psychic event” does humanity need now? And can this be communicated in such a way that all may perceive it? ~ Nathaniel Hansen
YOUR BIG BANG: The mechanics of creating your own planet, solar system, and/or universe using social networks and the new social current.
BOUZOUKI IN AMERICA: What Greeks have to teach America about tough times. A personal passage from the realm of Phobos/Thanatos to the realm of Eros, the giver of life and love. Teachings from Epicureans, Asclepius and Dionysians.
CHIEF CUSTOMER OFFICER, LTD: How CMOs gave way to CCO’s in a market re-orientation toward the customer. How brand managers and marketing managers worked in service to the customer-oriented officer. How customers directed product launches. Metrics, Interviews and Predictions. Featuring in-depth case studies from 25 of the world’s leading CCOs.