A Guide to Mental Health and Personal Freedom

Promote greater self-awareness, expanded sensemaking abilities, and a re-evaluation of belief structures for the purposes of greater contentment and inner liberation.

Perennial Spring is an inquiry, an exploration by both writer and reader into the deeper roots to the anxiety and depression epidemic sweeping through the west. Drawing on a variety of psychological and philosophical schools of thought, a strong case is made for a rationally optimistic vision of humankind, even amid an impending increase in existential threats.

The central goal of the work is to enhance the mental health of the reader through the development of greater self-awareness, enhanced sensemaking capacities, and a re-evaluation of one’s belief structures. In the final analysis, the quality of our lives is dependent on the quality of our minds— on the quality of our thoughts, beliefs, and interactions with the world.

Perennial Spring is not a book for the faint of heart or for those who, perhaps subconsciously, embody the philosophy that “ignorance is bliss”. It is for the doubters and explorers, the philosophical renegades and dogma-shattering revolutionaries. Come, all the courageous seekers of truth, shining light into the darkness and pressing on, no matter what the light illumines.

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