Since the beginning of the world, there’s a question frequently asked but not clearly answered: Who Am I?
Buddhist thinking considers the whole of existence to be six dimensional in space-time, but it might be misleading to perceive these dimensions as physical ones.
Something has caught my attention for a long time now: The quotes and writings on people’s social networking pages.
In my opinion, our only purpose in life is to experience emotions in our bodies physically, and we already know this in theory.
This interview between The Wise editor Hasan “Sonsuz” Çeliktaş and The Wise writers Burak Eldem and Cem Şen discuss the current situation of feminine energy and if women embody the power to rescue our world from its impending problems.
This is the day, my friends. This is the day to sow the seeds that our ancestors planted thousands of years ago.
What is the relationship between sexuality and spirituality? What about raising the Kundalini, attaining the state of divinity, sharing love, and so on? And also why people gradually become increasingly asexual on their spiritual journeys?
What is spirituality? More or less, we all have some ideas about it. Let’s delve deeper and see the meaning of spirituality in this conversation between Cem Şen and me—Sonsuz, editor of The Wise magazine.
In almost every country in the world, the Internet has become a widely used and inseparable part of our lives. Now we can also easily connect using mobile telephones and tablet computers, the Internet is even more versatile.
We hear a lot about sexuality, don’t we? We ceaselessly think and talk about it, one way or another. In effect, sexuality is the main force behind almost everything, from selling products to choosing our clothes.