Especially during the early stages of adulthood, we invest our time and energy in our careers and financial management. Beneath this pursuit of material needs, there exists a longing for intimacy, emotional connection, and love.
At this point, there are at least two possible directions. One possibility is that we find satisfaction in work, sex, and money. Alternatively, we may continue to feel hungry and crave for additional fulfillment.
When we find ourselves satiated, we may look around and contemplate what to do and how to live. What is the purpose of our existence if it does not revolve around work, sex, or money? Existential questions start to emerge.
If, on the other hand, we still yearn for the same ‘life-drugs’, we may find ourselves questioning: Is this all there is to do in life? We might feel struck and frustrated by the absurdity of life. In such circumstances, existential questions also come to the forefront.
Therefore, living a conscious life presents certain challenges. These challenges manifest as philosophical and psychological questions that lack clear and easy answers.
We would like to talk with you about such questions.