New Millennium Poetry
As a creative writer, a poet, a psychotherapist, and a metallurgical engineer. I’ve been able to create an imaginatively hybrid way of thinking and expressing these thoughts. This is a new type of poetry that I’ve called “New Millennium Poetry.”
After over a decade of writing regularly, I published several books and continue to write with one overwhelming, passionate endeavour and that is to express the invisible world of our humanity. Everything is our tech world is described down to the smallest detail. When it comes to the sensitive and invisible world of our soul, of our feelings, of our intentions, of our thoughts, and how we experience them, how they work, where they come from, and how we can discover them, transform them, improve them and share them, this is the endeavour of my work.
What is NMP?
When reading the content of the books “New Millennium Poetry Volume 1-3”, they’re divided into categories, which describe our human condition. For example, love, death, birth, inspiration, spirituality, nature, emotional poetry, and so on. Within these categories, you find a colourful spectrum of poems, each individual and authentic.
When reading a poem, the idea is that the thoughts that they represent and the ideas and the feelings that are embedded within the imagery of the poems are not unique, these belong to the ground of the common human soul. Existent within each one of us, where we can discover and rediscover ourselves in a new, dynamic, and more profound ways.
So when listening to a poem as a whole, or even an individual line, sometimes even a word we find a resonation with something deep within us, that we have already experienced, but have not as yet until the moment of resonance, clarified as a thought, or a new idea with which to enrich and deepen our own experience of living and life.
So, with these ideas, I present poetry, which has been written for a new paradigm of human consciousness, that of our emergent ‘soul awareness’, and ‘soul consciousness’. Where millions upon millions of people across different nations, nations, languages, religions, and cultures are emerging from materialism and recognizing that life is more than just what we have, the joy and the love are about discovering who we are.
This is an awakening, a revelation so simple yet profound that it heeds our full attention, as the consequences for everything are manifold.
When it’s no longer about having and economies are no longer defined alone by growth, the implicit meaning of how societies work and within those societies how we relate to one another becomes a new emergent principle in defining life. Life is precious, valuable, and short, and an experience with which and in which every living being has the right to the fullness and abundance that we can all share on the planet.