Through lectures and dialogues on themes of truly being human, OM guides towards integral intelligence via the heart, through inner science, towards „Eternal Philosophy“, where seeking finds an end as universal knowledge reveals itself. Whoever opens to the master in trust stands at the beginning of unfolding one's true human potential.
OM C. Parkin, as inner scientist, mystic and philosopher, is interested in entering into dialogue with others whose domain lies in the sciences and humanities, religion, medicine and psychology.
The nature-exploratory „outer science“ is joined by „inner science“ which works self-reflectively. The explorer of „inner science“ is not interested in the truths of the outer world, he is interested in the last and eternal truth, the „Philosophia perennis (Eternal Philosophy)“. For this he is ready to explore himself, the nature of his limitations and to meet the last of all questions - „Who am I ?“ The true answer to this question is the key to realization and opens up entry to the „Intelligence of Awakening“.
„The limitation of science does not lie in science itself but in the scientist.“*
As long as the scientist in not conscious of his own limitation he only makes use of a fraction of his possibilities to explore and penetrate the Urgrund of all being. Normally the scientist thirsting for knowledge does not know that he is not exploring for his own sake but as an instrument of a higher will.
As long as one is unaware, hidden egoistic motives rule. To possess knowledge, to own it and to adorn himself with it – and then he does not notice that from the denial of one’s own limitation a compensating inflation results. An arrogance which inhibits the inner development. It is exactly at this point where the bridge from outer to inner science must be built. A true scientist inevitably sooner or later meets his limitations. To step over, to transcend the boundary, he must open to the inner Unknown that one had previously excluded from one’s exploration. This is the essential move to step out of „one’s“ knowledge and to enter universal knowledge. It requires the inquiry into the own EGO: Who am I? Who is the one that inquires? Since earliest times self-realization was discribed by Indian masters as a trinity: Sat-Chit-Ananda. Being, Consciousness, Bliss.
* Quotations from OM C. Parkin