Ervin Laszlo’s latest works are available and I highly recommend adding them to your reading list. Here are a few subjects I encourage you to explore.
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.
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
With both of these leaps, no matter if it is through the trough or crest of our evolutionary wave, shifts occur.
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.
Realizing our expanded capacities and limitless potential as human beings is not a new idea. This timely reminder has stuck with me as a motivator in this ongoing pursuit for social change.
In order to shift beyond this current trough in the wave of evolution, our ego must move out toward the universal soul while simultaneously finding its personality within the universal self—not as a detached entity, but as a unique part within the whole.
In this era of new beginnings, taking into consideration the inevitable shift from the material to the spiritual, we must also remember that our relationship with the Earth should change from viewing it as simply a material resource to a spiritual source. As a point of respect and even reverence, people might say that it’s hard to love a rock, but the Earth is a whole lot more than the third rock from the sun.
“We need to have a total respect for the divine essence of Nature. It’s not just lofty words when we say we are made from stardust. Our consciousness and civilization of Homo sapiens did not just randomly and accidentally appear out of chaos. There is a teleological methodology behind our evolution; there is a purpose-driven impulse in our universe.
We live our lives based on cycles. From the seconds, minutes and hours, on up to the lunar and sun cycles that create our natural rhythms; we operate and synchronize within cyclical patterns. Expanding this idea to the universe as a whole, it is logical to assume that in some ways, the entire universe is one large cycle in which our consciousness is connected, and it’s this very idea of entrainment between consciousness and the flow of the cosmos that fascinated the Maya.
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