Interesting article. Nothing that hasn’t been said before, though.
I admit that I was slightly biased against the article as soon as I’d read about a paragraph, as the author almost instantly broke the rule that I always take into account when reading this kind of thing. In case you’re wondering, the rule is ‘Never use capital letters to make something sound more profound’. I dislike texts that do this, not least because they often use it as an excuse to be vague and mysterious, and not actually give any substantial information. This article was not as guilty as quite a few others, and was certainly not as bad as most of the religions floating around (“And through the Way you may find the Path, but first you must find the Key to the Gateway”). Still, it was a negative point.
Secondly, no matter which way I look at it, I cannot see how listening to the advice in this article can improve or change my life in any way whatsoever. The way the Universe works may indeed be based on pure perception, but a rock is still a rock. Knowing that nothing is really real or that all time happens at once may be comforting for a few seconds, but it doesn’t make any difference in real terms. Oh, and I find it difficult to take somebody seriously when they misspell the word matter as ‘mater’ every single time they write it. Again, it’s a minor thing, but these add up.
Why do they investigate how the world began, then? As far as I can see, it’s curiosity, which is a perfectly valid reason for doing the things that we do.
(Slightly Off-Topic: Out of, aha, curiosity, can anybody think of a reason to worship a God from the perspective of a believer? I can’t actually think of one that isn’t either completely nonsensical or morally questionable. Faith doesn’t come into it; you can get serious doubts just by standing still and thinking for two seconds.)
Oh, and after reading the rest of the author’s site, I cannot say that his writings convince me of anything in particular, except for the fact that most drugs can really mess you up.
EDIT: The bits on changing reality based on coincidence and belief might be worth looking into, though.