As philosopher George Santayana famously said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
It’s the new year and many of us are trying to give up unhealthy habits in an effort to keep new year’s resolutions, and I would like to suggest that this year we upgrade our intentions.
Many of us are still lost in the swirl of chaos, wondering how much worse things will become before they get better. It kind of makes us want to sing the blues.
With women’s wisdom to lead the way, we are better prepared to heal the wounds of our past and create a nurturing environment for the future.
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” As we face the accelerating and tumultuous changes in today’s society, that statement might make some sense anew.
We are forced to admit that we are only beginning to be knowledgeable of a small section of our genetic structure, and that holds a lot of potential in our evolution.
The lasting positive changes we are seeking must come from a deep commitment to snap our fingers and break out of our trance, and stay awake and aware of the new paradigm patterns pushing us to an evolved level of being.
This is the kind of populism that represents the emergent norm of our highest human values, representing the altruistic nature of our species at its best.
We’re a part of a transformation that we all have a responsibility to uphold. As a result of waking up, growing up, and cleaning up, I believe we’ll reach a critical mass to achieve our transition.
There is a dialectic process at play and in the case of cosmic evolution, the thesis is primordial consciousness and spirituality, and the antithesis is the material manifestation of the universe.