Ken’s work has both given me a context and helped to catalyze my own awakening. What I have seen in my deepest moments is that human consciousness will be all-connected, like a singularity. I envision it as a single organism comprised of patterns (that are us) that self-organize into a non-material whole. It strikes me as the same thing when Ken says that the universe is becoming aware of itself for the first time. I believe that what Ray Kurzweil is mapping with the ‘technological singularity’ is actually a quantum material reflection of the deeper non-material singularity of consciousness that is unfolding before us, and it feels to me like all of us are passengers, participants and pilots to this magnificent change. I have heard Ken talk about 10% – that when a threshold of 10% of people start understanding something in their consciousness, then the understanding begins to accelerate and spread, presumably through the non-locality of consciousness (which incidentally has become obvious to me). I don’t know where Ken gets this 10% concept, but I know he doesn’t make shit up. In my deepest moments, I feel that this singularity of consciousness is approaching rapidly, and when I look around at the material world with my new evolving and more awakened outlook, I find evidence of this most places I look. What I don’t know and what continues to puzzle me is whether I am simply projecting my own internal experiences and internal changes to the outside material world and my material life, both exciting and mundane at times, will just continue on as usual like it apparently has for centuries for mankind, or whether we are in fact living during a time where a quantum leap of life will be taken, and all bets are off. I would love to hear Ken’s thoughts on this. I am fiercely independent by nature, and I have only recently started availing myself of teachers, mostly because I don’t want any more whole-sale wipe-outs in my life as I go through this weird and unpredictable process. I know now that support is key. I deeply appreciate Ken’s work. Thanks!