In this consciousness group meeting, Gabriel Raam talks about the pointlessness of life, tragedy of life and death, and the concept of doing something “despite”:
A former lecturer and expert of non-verbal communication, who has studied theater, education, and behavioral sciences, Mr. Raam has been involved for many years in the research, participation, and study of internal workgroups and in learning methods for expanding and developing the field of consciousness. Has published several books on inner work, and essays on consciousness, as well as books on body language. He is interested and writes about highly sensitive persons (HSP) outsiders and rebels. He believes that with regard to the state of spirituality and culture today - it is precisely these populations that can stream into the culture a vision, new knowledge, and fresh blood.