Futuristic Architectural Hospitality

I had to listen carefully to see if we were on the same page. It was listening to what was said and what existed between the lines. I opened myself on the unconscious level to see if there was a basic sense of welcome.

I practiced basic goodness, what I imagined as a core principle of the Colorful Prince, to discover that the architecture I defined as liberating was also that of hospitality.

In pursuing liberation from individuals raised in neglect, I became acutely aware of the importance of the environment and that the one key reason people developed aggressive behavior was due to environmental shortcomings. Parents or teachers had mismanaged and falsified their environment.

Provisions for a basic sense of welcome and wellness had been ignored, and from this neglect, inferiority complexes and mental disorders arose––which created the architecture of the "White Box," a metaphor for the mindset where a person doesn't want to relate with the natural world because it is harsh and punishing to them.

Still, as I reflected on my experiences with psychedelics and architecture as a child, I realized I had not succumbed to hatefulness or resentment toward individuals or my environment.

Expanded awareness due to plant consciousness had opened the door to a vision that saw through the unskillful deception of lying, twists of logic, and pretense.

I had not avoided an inferiority complex, yet I had maintained a natural trust in myself and the environment––the psychological prerequisite for re-imagining architectural hospitality.