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.
I had the honor of meeting with Ervin Laszlo a few weeks ago. Not only was this an exciting opportunity to meet with one of the top intellectuals of our times, but a personal milestone to spend time with a kindred spirit.
On Valentine’s Day, we are supposed to celebrate love. What kind of love do you choose to celebrate? Each of us, brilliant and unique, is held by source in universal love
When diverse groups come together in the co-creation of a movement, who does the movement belong to? What do we call it? How is it guided? And what is necessary for a movement to gain social traction?
Challenges precede transformation and open our minds to creative solutions, and there are a lot of potential solutions brewing in the new year ahead.
With both of these leaps, no matter if it is through the trough or crest of our evolutionary wave, shifts occur.
There is no “ism” associated with either religion or politics behind this movement. Perhaps the only “ism” that needs to be a focus of our conscious collective is environmentalism
The idea that material science is primary has been punctured, and it’s only a matter of time before the power of consciousness floods into mainstream understanding.
I’m wondering how do we all arrive at a place where we can all feel a sense of confidence to take on that steep ascent on our evolutionary wave?