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Chet Shupe’s professional background is in Electronics Engineering. As a young engineer never did he imagine he would someday be developing a thesis that addresses sociological issues. At some point at mid career however, he was inspired to apply his background in control theory to the human condition. Out of this has come a unique perspective addressing the perplexing issues that increasingly face us, including, among other things, our lack of intimacy. Why is our world essentially without intimacy when that is what we want most? Intimacy: To feel as one with those around us and with our surroundings, where being in the moment is as natural as breathing. If what we want most is to love and to be loved, what is preventing it?
We will be talking to Chet Shupe as he offers his answer to that question, and also suggests a path by which to recover our natural state of intimacy.
"Without our spirit’s freedom to prove its worth, we aren’t really alive. Spiritually, we are in survival mode." pg. 210 from his book, Eden: Regaining our Spiritual Freedom.
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