Healing and Transformation

Healing and Transformation


We read the world wrong and say that it deceives us

posted by David G Arenson ND
A Lonely Galactic Island

A Lonely Galactic Island; Source: NASA

“We read the world wrong and say that it deceives us.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore

All we can do is be open to what is true, and grip on to what we can feel with our senses, and I include all six senses in this.

The era of gurus is over.

Consciousness is shifting on the planet and as human beings, we are evolving to a higher level. In fact, we have no choice to evolve or to die out. Such is the nature of life.

“Nature’s way is simple and easy but men prefer what is intricate and artificial.” ~ Lao Tzu

Our “awakening” coincides with a massive technological shift, with the introduction of mobile communications and all the way to full automization.

Finally we will have robots and computers to do all the work humans used to do. We no longer require a go-between, as availability of information and resources is widespread. Life is immediate, especially media and entertainment. Everything is being presented to us on the film screen of our minds. Immediate. Often even larger than life. The question of “what is real” is becoming more central as entertainment takes over many lives.

The key at this point is not knowledge, but wisdom; not attitudes but beliefs, a return to an appreciation of the simple things in life.



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