As humans, we are not all-powerful, but we are all powerful. Understanding both the vastness and the limitations of that power and then acting accordingly, is the key to having our individual sanity contribute to the manifestation of a saner world.
We are neither subjects of a vengeful God nor victims of a random Universe. Just as every cell in our body holds all our genetic information, each of us holds a key to collective humanity. The program for a loving future is here; it only needs to be engaged through our awareness and our conscious actions.... Like bacteria facing the life-or-death issue of mutate or die, we humans can no longer sustain ourselves with the current form of insanity.
We have the power to choose new responses. While some of those responses could be viewed as mistakes or dead ends, eventually they will all collectively lead us in the direction of our emergent selves.
As adults of God, we now understand that healing the world comes from the inside out. Everything we do individually to become more coherent and compassionate will reverberate in the field like ripples on a pond. Like begets like. As you sow, so shall you reap.
Coherent and compassionate people have no need to dominate others, rather, they seek to empower cooperation rather than competition in everyone. Why? Because a coherent, harmonious world would be in every-one's best self -interest. Perhaps this is what Jesus meant by "the meek shall inherit the earth."
For those already involved with personal and spiritual growth, holistic health, and new thought, it is now time to apply that knowledge and wisdom to the world at large. I'ts time move past the limitations of seeking our personal good fortune in isolation. It makes no sense to have a congruent life but not a congruent world. In fact, it's time for the self-empowerment movement to take an emergent leap front and center to test spiritual principles in collective reality.
Some 80 years ago, a 32-year-old would-be businessman stood ready to end his life. He had gone bankrupt, had failed at every venture, and had come to believe that his wife and family -and-the-world - would be better off without him. As he contemplated throwing himself into Lake Michigan, a wild thought crossed his mind. It seemed like a waste to throw away his life. Because he was about to discard it anyway, why not donate his life to science? Why not give his life to the world and live it as a scientific experiment?
That young man was Buckminster Fuller, and he lived another 55 years after that epiphany. He became a noted inventor and philosopher who gave the world the geodesic dome and the concept of Spaceship Earth. Perhaps in his life there is clue for the rest of us. Maybe we are given our lives not just ot live them, but to donate them to the world in a grand experiment to see if, together, we can achieve thrival. .... the human race is racing.... The question is, "Will we achieve critical mass before we reach critical massacre?"
This post excerpt is from the book Spontaneous Evolution by Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman
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