rom the perspective that I call evolutionary nonduality, we don't want to separate our self from the world process because when we do we fall into a false or dualistic way of thinking. We are not separate from the world process. In our own small way, we're all contributing to where we're going. The choices we make, the actions we take, what we say, what we don't say, are all adding to the momentum of the vast cosmic unfolding.
When we really embrace the TRUTH - that we are not separate from the process that created us, then we need to become very clear about all the ways in which we are actually affecting the process, so that we can begin to more consciously impact its momentum in positive and evolutionary ways.
~ Andrew Cohen…
rical motion. Let us imagine a
cube composed of 27 small cubes, and
let us imagine this cube asexpanding and
contracting. During the process of expansion all the 26 cubes lying
around the central cube will retreat from it and on contraction will
approach it again. For the sake of convenience in reasoning and in
order to increase the likeness of the cube to a body consisting of
molecules, let us suppose that the cubes have no dimension, that they
are nothing but points. In other words, let us take only the centres of
the 27 cubes and imagine them connected by lines both with the centre
and with each other. Visualising the expansion of this cube, composed
of 27 cubes, we may say that in order to avoid colliding with another
cube and hindering its motion, each of these cubes must move away
from the centre, that is to say, along the line which connects its centre
with the centre of the central cube. This is the first rule: In the course
of expansion and contraction molecules move along the lines
which connect them with the centre.
P D Ouspensky
NASSIM HARAMEIN comes to MIND ... and his explanation of the DENSITY / DESTINY of EVERYTHING
this orientation is from the ways we have traditionally and culturally been conditioned to relate to the human experience. With the exception of very rare individuals, throughout history our orientation has generally been toward creating security, towards carving out a safe place in which to experience comfort and pleasure. Even revolutionaries who challenge the status quo in order to gain more rights and freedoms usually do so only until those rights and freedoms are achieved, after which they tend to settle in to a new status quo. Of course, there have always been rare individuals and inspired geniuses who, animated by the pulsation of the evolutionary impulse, are ever-reaching for that which is new, who have felt compelled to make significant progress and create new pathways in their particular fields. But what I'm speaking about here is not a particular kind of genius or talent—it's a certain attitude and aspiration in relationship to the whole process of being alive.
This shift in values that creates the conditions for perpetual emergence is a fundamental shift in orientation that is just beginning to dawn on us as we awaken to the fact that we are part of a process that is going somewhere. And it's not merely a personal shift; it is a very deep cultural change in the human psyche as a whole.
~ Andrew Cohen…
klet which has 21 moral codes in every language. The latest cover will have Nelson Mandela on the cover when it is his 95th birthday. The seminar that went with the story behind this is heart warming and when it is released will bring about a calm in the areas of distribution.…