A call for a paradigm shift in human thinking in recognition of the interconnectedness of all things--a new mind for a new world
Explains how the instability of our current time is part of a larger cycle of human evolution that will soon turn toward renewal and regeneration
Reveals how to participate in the process of conscious evolution to maintain resilience during these transitional times
Examines new findings in quantum physics and quantum biology on the interconnectivity of all life and how to utilize this for conscious evolution
For centuries, indigenous wisdom traditions have talked of an epochal shift on the horizon, of a spiritual renaissance for the earth and her living family. Now the timelines are converging and the potential for an energetic "upgrade" for humanity is here, but first we must survive and evolve through the current period of transition.
Explaining that evolution is not a gradual process but more like a "shock to the system"--radical waves of transformation after a period of dormancy--author Kingsley Dennis reveals that we are currently undergoing an evolutionary leap and shows not only how to survive but also thrive in this period of global upheaval and change. Examining the nature of evolutionary cycles, he explains that the instability we are now experiencing--climate change, economic meltdowns, and increasing political polarization--is the convergence of complex systems that have reached a critical state. What we need in order to push through to the coming spiritual renaissance is a paradigm shift in human thinking and perception, a conscious evolution in recognition of the interconnectedness of all things--a new mind for a new world. Examining new findings in quantum physics and quantum biology on the interconnectivity of all life as well as opportunities for us to reawaken our slumbering souls, this book offers a glimpse of the new global society to come, a renewed humanity for the 21st century, and how each of us can best participate during the process of planetary transformation.
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