|2 Apr 2003 @ 14:25|
Are you ready for a new Planetary Myth that can shift humanity toward a global vision? More >
|1 Apr 2003 @ 00:59|
The following is a synopsis of a book titled Liquid Mind:
Are you ready for a new Planetary Myth that can shift humanity toward a global vision?
What is a human existence like when experienced through the Cosmic Consciousness of an astral traveler? To observe our Earth from the outside is to discover an entirely new world.
Inspired by a vision, Liquid Mind: A Dive into the Ocean of Consciousness is written from the perspective of an astral traveler who is experiencing life in another reality and decides to come and explore what it is like to have a human experience on Earth. This short, allegorical work is a parable for the Global Human.
Before coming to this planet, the voyager has access to all Universal knowledge. As the Earth plane is entered at birth, perspective begins to shift, and the confusion of the human species is revealed. This cosmic being realizes that humanity feels lonely and separate as a result of inherited convictions, passed down through countless generations. The visitor has never experienced fear, but must do so in order to understand the emotions and difficulties humans face on Earth.
The traveler attempts to understand why humanity created fears – as the UniVerse is One Verse and fear is unnecessary. As the story of the visitor’s earth excursion unfolds, the issues that caused humans to feel separate from the Creator are explored through common theology, New Thought spirituality, psychology, and science. If it can be recognized that human fears are the inherited thoughts of a primordial awareness, concepts can be redefined so that humans can understand why the visions of the ancients that became humanity’s great religions are incompatible with present reality.
Today we see growing evidence – through an explosion of multicultural societies around the globe – that spiritual humans are working toward a collective dream. This collective vision needs to become a reality if humanity is to live in peace, successfully explore deep space, and continue to grow spiritually. A united humanity will also begin to understand that life is as abundant in the Universe as it is on Earth, and the question of whether there is life elsewhere in the Universe will become obsolete.
Liquid Mind helps readers remember the essence of Life beyond Earth – in multidimensional realities. The way humans understand Consciousness is through a localized reality, and this book presents new perspectives and raises questions that can enable a person to be fearless when dealing with his or her own issues.
For more information please visit the book web site at www.astraltraveler.info
Size: 6" x 9" (~15 x 23 cm)
Available online or to order wherever fine books are sold
|3 Sep 2002 @ 15:42|
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful,
committed citizens can change the world.
Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
- Margaret Mead
What do we expect from this New Myth that we seek? In my opinion, in an environment of tribal awareness – as the earth is now – the Hero of every myth eventually becomes a religious figure, usually evolved from an existing one. There are more than 10,000 practicing religions worldwide, and the numbers are increasing every day. More people have perished in religious conflicts than in any other type (economic/political). Every religion is based on a small number of heroes. Do we want a new religion?
Just as Joseph Campbell said, I feel that the only myth that will be worth thinking about in the near future will be one that talks about the planet, and I think that in this myth everyone must be the hero. Earth is our only home. We all must be Heroes if We want to survive. In becoming heroes, we can heal the planet that others neglected.
In a society of tribal awareness, inherited fears become conditions to maintain security. Technological progress was inevitable, but the spiritual evolvement of the human being has been very slow. In every generation we keep on saying that children are the future, and as a result very little changes. Biologically speaking, our children are indeed our future. But, how can a child know what to create if we (adults) teach them our worst fears? How can a child know what to create if the adult role models are irresponsible toward other human beings and the planet? We have to take responsibility for the future.
We as adults have the power to teach our children by being loving, compassionate, and responsible members of the society. Isn’t that a reflection of all the Gods of earthly religions? We can also teach our children that the terrors of the past are not conditions in designing the future. Justice is not revenge, but reform. We, the people of the present, must be the change we wish to see. The Future should not be based on the phobia of neglect – wars, starvation…. I feel that our children and their children will love us even more if we give them a loving future in which to create and play. Otherwise, societies based on blame and shame will continue.
To me, the Planetary Myth could be referred to as the Collective Human or Global Human. In a self-centered conditional society, the Vision of the Planetary Human seems like a paradox. But, the idea of Collective Consciousness is not an elusive Vision; we can achieve this state of awareness within our own lifetime, and our children can continue to perfect it in generations to come.
This Planetary Myth can be real if we acknowledge that Heaven is everything this Universe has to offer and not a condition for worthiness. In this way, the concept of the Collective Human will be based on an entirely New Thought that encompasses the spirituality of every person – with no conditions. To some people, this might sound like a dream. Risk is the infinite possibility of success, as the Creator cannot lose. How real is the Vision of the Planetary Human? The answer is as real as we want it to be – NOW.
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