In our world today, people seem to be obsessed about money ... Either the lack of it or having too much of it not knowing how one should be spending it wisely, perhaps for a good cause with an intention to serve others. Many people on a spiritual path who choose to live consciously often just want to ignore it. Some of us who don't give money too much importance often earn just the minimum to survive, and spend little. But money is neither good nor bad in itself. It is a neutral instrument for measuring exchange based on a community agreement. It has the values we give to it through our attitude and use of it.

On a deeper, metaphysical level money is actually concretized energy or what the Ageless Wisdom calls “prana” or life force. If Spirit is matter at its highest vibration and matter is Spirit at its lowest vibration, then money is actually Spirit vibrating at a slower frequency. Money can be seen as both a particle (a coin or bill) and a wave (a flow of financial energy). Seen as a particle, money can create attachment, either desire or fear of lack. Seen as a wave, money is a stream of flowing energy, circulating widely. When it’s freely given, more can be received from the abundant supply of the Universe. This is the Divine Circulatory Flow.

Why Spiritual People Have Money Problems

Why is it that many good spiritual people often lack the money needed to make their work more effective? Many of us seem to experience an inner split or dualism, believing that money is only connected with worldly things, pleasure and comfort and desire, while spirituality is a world set apart. Many spiritual people are often too abstracted, living in the higher worlds, and not connected to the earth. They may also have an imbalance or block in their second chakra energy, as this chakra relates to money and sex.

But spirituality and financial abundance are not mutually exclusive. It all depends on what you do with your money-- whether it’s selfishly hoarded, or used to help others in some way. Is it held as sacred trust and responsibility?

Since money is a medium of exchange, when you are not involved in exchange with the world and are too isolated, you may not be able to attract money to yourself. You may have a lot of ambivalence towards money-- about earning it or asking for it.

You may have had one or more past lives in religious order, an ashram or a monastery where money was ignored or seen as evil. I discovered that in a past life I took a vow of poverty that was still binding me, and I had to consciously work on releasing that vow, telling my subconscious that it may have been very appropriate in a past life, but not today. It’s important to release any old attitudes that money taints spiritual endeavors, as this may no longer be appropriate or true.

As a spiritual person, it’s good to explore whether you are too detached from the material world, operating on higher mental, abstract levels, and so cannot attract money. Your selflessness may also result in an inappropriate sense of shame in needing or manifesting money. You may also have a sense of distaste or laziness in dealing with the material side of life. It’s important to avoid becoming isolated from the world, from exchange and energy flow with others.

Another possibility is that you may have a subconscious memory of a past life where you misused money through greed, selfishness or dishonesty, so there is a deep lack of trust in yourself to not misuse it.

Chakra imbalances and blockages in your lower centers, especially in the sacral or sexual chakra can also be the cause of a lack of financial resources. You may be surprised to know that your sexual center is also your money center. But advertisers know this quite well, as that is why they are always using sex to sell a product.

Many people may also have a wounding from negative experiences around money—such as dysfunctional family patterns when they were growing up--a sense of fear, worry, scarcity? How many of us were told that “Money is the root of all evil”? Or “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” Do you subconsciously believe you have to have to nearly kill yourself in hard work to earn it?

Many of us also experience a lack of education and training in how to rightly handle money. Not only do you need to know how to balance your checkbooks, but also how to invest money wisely and in a socially responsible manner.

How Money Can Be a Spiritual Asset

So how do I see money as a “spiritual asset”? Some people think that spiritual work shouldn’t require money, but any service work in the world—from feeding the hungry to providing spiritual teaching-- does require money, and sometimes a great deal of it. Money can help us be more effective in our service and help it expand, as for example, printing more spiritual literature, hiring professional help or extra staff, building a building, buying advertising space to let people know about a book or a class, etc.

Needing to attract money to sustain yourself keeps you grounded and connected with meeting the true needs of society. Money creates relationships with those you share it with, and relationships can help your spiritual development. Money can be a wonderful mirror for you to see yourself more clearly.

Money can buy resources such as books, seminars, and counseling that can aid spiritual development. It can buy time for spiritual studies, practice and quiet retreats.

Money can provide for your physical health and the sense of well-being necessary to be of service to others. How can you help others if you’re sick or tired? Money is also needed for the tools, staff, buildings, etc. to make your service more effective in the world. Having a lot of money can enable you to move at all levels of society as needed for your service.

Recognize and Transform Unhealthy Attitudes

Your personality is a “consumer”, and is usually hungry to be filled--a limitless black hole of money fear and anxiety to own and possess—but the hunger can only be truly filled by the soul. You can live in the golden flow of solar abundance, where the soul is like a sun, a producer and generator of energy, rather than a consumer of energy, and it gives out to the world. Having “enough” means having what is needed to fulfill your life purpose, which may vary depending on the nature and scope of that purpose.

Each person has a “karmic bank account” --your good deeds or contributions (deposits) are balanced by your harmful actions or unjustified takings (withdrawals). Debt measures how much more you have taken from life than given to life.

As a spiritual worker, it is important to realize that physical living, when motivated from the spiritual levels, is equally important to spiritual practice. One of the greatest gifts you can give to the world is the example of a well-balanced life of giving to others – balancing spirit and matter. You can do well by doing good -- spirituality and financial abundance are not mutually exclusive when you do work that helps others.

By developing and maintaining detachment and avoiding being absorbed in money and possessions, you retain your inner freedom and dignity. To be a “spiritual master” of money, you must resist using it to indulge sensual desires, indolence, or to gain personal power. You then can hold money as a sacred trust to be used for the good of all humanity.

Attracting Money to Meet Real Needs

Need, love and magnetic power are the three key things that must be present at the same time to attract money for spiritual work. You must have a clear need for the money. You must have sufficient love—of yourself, of others, of your work, and of life itself. And you must be energetic and magnetic through your positive attitudes and faith in the abundance of the Universe. As you focus on thoughts that are for the benefit of the wider community, your magnetic attraction of money will increase. As you release and give away things you no longer need or use, you create a vacuum for money to flow in. This is following the Law of Gravitation: Use, demand, take -- which unlocks a higher door of supply.

The Bible says, “Seek ye first the kingdom of heaven, and all things will be added unto you,” and “As you give, so shall you receive.” Recognize that God, the Universe the One Energy is the source of all abundance, and develop an attitude of gratitude for what you’ve already been given. See yourself as a custodian, rather than an owner of money and material things.

In reality, the different methods by which one can render service to humanity interlace and complement each other. There are those who devote time and energy to such work and who must be given the financial and material support needed to continue and expand their service. There are those who can provide this support, and the more numerous and generous these donors are, the greater can be the number of those who dedicate themselves to spiritual activities.

Therefore all people of goodwill can cooperate in one way or another in the task, so necessary and so urgent, of hastening in a new era and supporting its pioneers, who are the builders of the new and better civilization and culture. In conclusion, the problem of money and earthly possessions is a spiritual problem, and its solution can be found only in the light of the Spirit. Spirit and matter, seemingly at odds with one another, can and must be harmoniously blended in a dynamic synthesis within the Unity of Life.

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Over the past decade, the hunt for genetic connections with behavior as intensified. For any experience, there must be a physical activity in the brain — otherwise, the experience has no basis. Using this irrefutable assumption, researchers have looked for the seat of anger, criminal behavior, gender identification, the sense of self, and many other aspects of human nature. This includes spirituality. Where is God in the brain? To many neuroscientists, that's not only a valid question but the only one worth asking, insofar as spiritual experiences have any reality.

Now we are hearing about "God in the genes," as genetics overtakes neuroscience for the top spot in explaining the roots of human experience. Where the brain operates only in the present, genetics peers deep into the past. A geneticist would want to know what evolutionary advantage early humans got from being spiritual — in the broadest sense of the word — that led to a better chance to survive. This whole line of inquiry, whether we're taking about the brain or our genes, makes sense if you are a materialist. But it runs the danger of saying that spirituality is only about the physical side of the experience, as if music could never be discussed except by looking at pianos and radios, the physical side of delivering the musical experience.

The materialist explanation is filled with philosophical flaws, but instead of focusing on that, it's more productive to ask how the brain and genes relate to spiritual experience. The physical side must be accounted for, without making it the whole story. To explore a new kind of explanation that embraces both the physical and non-physical, let's examine an experience that most people have had. Without experiencing God, angels, the soul, or other traditionally religious things, almost everyone has had at least one or two inexplicable coincidences in their lives. Synchronicity is the commonly used term for a meaningful coincidence, such as thinking someone's name and having that person telephone a few seconds later, or opening a book at random and finding the answer to a problem you've been wrestling with.

Synchronicity doesn't feel random, which is how it is differentiated from coincidences that have no meaning but happen by chance. The spiritual link involves how to explain a meaningful coincidence. When someone is rescued through a string of chance events, did God intervene? If a car is stranded by the side of the road and a stranger appears out of nowhere to offer help, is God answering a need or a prayer? Events without causes lead to all kinds of unusual explanations.

The term synchronicity was coined by the eminent Swiss psychologist Carl Jung for a phenomenon he experienced with clients in psychotherapy. He first publically discussed synchronicity in a short essay describing synchronicity as an "acausal connecting principle." By using the word acausal he is pointing to the non-local nature of synchronicity. Non-locality is one of the major principles in quantum physics. Non-locality refers to behavior between particles that doesn't need a specific cause or location in space-time. Hitting a billiard ball with a cue entails both a cause and a location. The location is the point where the tip of the cue strikes the ball. The force of the strike is the cause that moves the ball.

But in the quantum domain there is a mystery known as action at a distance, where two particles react to each other instantaneously, even though they can be separated by light years. The action occurs without regard for distance or the limitation of the speed of light. Action at a distance has been popularly explained as "You tickle the universe here, and it laughs over there." Two particles that mirror each other's behavior are said to be entangled, although the mechanism behind action at a distance is unknown. Entanglement fits the mathematical model underlying quantum mechanics, and that is what counts when physics is arriving at reliable, precise calculations.

In the everyday world, however, non-locality is about people, not particles. It's part of human experience to have a meaningful coincidence happen that feels too profound—or too spooky—to feel random. A strict materialist would dismiss such feelings as unreliable and subjective, but "meaningful" isn't simply subjective. Finding meaning in our lives, from any source, is essential. So how can we fit synchronicity into a broader context?

The key is to connect inner and outer, because synchronicity is about an event "out there" that has sudden meaning "in here." To make the connection, nine principles apply to genuinely synchronous coincidences.

1. Synchronicity is a conspiracy of improbabilities. The entangled events break the boundaries of statistical probability).

2. The improbable events conspiring to create the synchronistic event are acausally related to each other. (Buddhist traditions call this interdependent co-arising. This is the equivalent of non-local correlation.)

3. Synchronistic events are orchestrated in the non-local domain.

4. As we become aware of synchronistic events, we move to higher or more expanded states of consciousness.

5. Synchronistic events are actually the result of an intention, which organizes the needed outcome.
(The intention may have been introduced consciously or unconsciously.)

6. Synchronistic events vary in importance. They can seem incidental or can change the course of a person's life.

7. Synchronistic events affect our emotions the way random coincidences don't. A synchronous event creates the experience of emotional fulfillment and joy.

8. Synchronistic events allow us to discover the meaning and purpose of our life.

9. Synchronistic events are personal. In effect they are messages from our non-local self.

Taken together, these principles enable us to receive clues about the essential unity of two realities that seem to be separate: the inner world of thoughts, feelings, memories, fantasies, desires, and intentions, and the outer world of space-time events. The inner and outer are the same field, one non-dual consciousness that simultaneously creates both the subjective world and the objective world.

Therefore, synchronicity isn't simply a passing anomaly that can be shrugged off. Something crucial is happening.

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'Voyage to Betterment' is an interesting documentary film about the current state of affairs on our planet, with diseases such as Cancer, Diabetes, Coronary Heart Diseases etc ... running rampant all over and what we could possibly do to improve the quality of the lives we lead by being more conscious of what we feed our body and how we can nourish our soul. What does it really take to keep good health?

The film introduces the viewer to the Ten Principal Elements for Well Being. As soon as we mention well being everyone immediately thinks of food and exercise. So that is where the film begins. A group of regular people are filmed taking a 30 day food and exercise challenge. Their first week on a holistic cruise yet it turns out the group spent far more time partying then doing yoga or taking in workshops. The film highlights some of the main marketing techniques that we are programmed by.

Then the viewer is left with an appreciation for the difficulty in distinguishing truth from falsehood by the examination of our beliefs including the one thing dear to all, the beliefs about food choice. Secretly, nearly everyone believes their food choices are best and others have it all wrong. Our beliefs about which food is best for us goes from one extreme to the other.

Many believe that meat based diets are best and others that vegan diets are best. Is the truth somewhere in the middle or closer to one end or the other? In the film leading vegetarian doctors highlighted their most critical findings of their lifetime of work. Andrew served as the coach of the participants featured in the film. Although he is not vegetarian himself he put the participants in the film to the test to see if what the vegetarian experts say in the film holds any value.

Before and after blood tests measured the effect of their plant based food challenge, with something of concern to everyone, our risk of developing major illness and our biological age. When the participants in the film discovered the depths of human potential and the reality that everything is forever recorded in consciousness, it left them speechless.

The film goes on to reveal other critical elements for well being and captured things on film for the first time ever. Viewers will see a tumor disappear in minutes, and grass growing taller when surrounded by love.

Reference : Voyage to Betterment

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In the story that follows, Sadhguru tells us about Shiva, the first yogi, and how he transmitted the yogic sciences to the Saptarishis.

Sadhguru: In the yogic culture, Shiva is not known as a god, but as the Adiyogi or the first yogi – the originator of yoga. He was the one who first put this seed into the human mind. According to the yogic lore, over fifteen thousand years ago, Shiva attained to his full enlightenment and abandoned himself in an intense ecstatic dance upon the Himalayas. When his ecstasy allowed him some movement, he danced wildly. When it became beyond movement, he became utterly still.

People saw that he was experiencing something that nobody had known before, something that they were unable to fathom. Interest developed and people came wanting to know what this was. They came, they waited and they left because the man was oblivious to other people’s presence. He was either in intense dance or absolute stillness, completely uncaring of what was happening around him. Soon, everyone left… Except for seven men.

These seven people were insistent that they must learn what this man had in him, but Shiva ignored them. They pleaded and begged him, “Please, we want to know what you know.” Shiva dismissed them and said, “You fools. The way you are, you are not going to know in a million years. There is a tremendous amount of preparation needed for this. This is not entertainment.”

So they started preparing. Day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year, they prepared. Shiva just chose to ignore them. On a full moon day, after eighty-four years of sadhana, when the solstice had shifted from the summer solstice to the winter solstice – which in this tradition is known as Dakshinayana – the Adiyogi looked at these seven people and saw that they had become shining receptacles of knowing. They were absolutely ripe to receive. He could not ignore them anymore. They grabbed his attention.

He watched them closely for the next few days and when the next full moon rose, he decided to become a Guru. The Adiyogi transformed himself into the Adi Guru; the first Guru was born on that day which is today known as Guru Pournami. On the banks of Kanti Sarovar, a lake that lies a few kilometers above Kedarnath, he turned South to shed his grace upon the human race, and the transmission of the yogic science to these seven people began. The yogic science is not about a yoga class that you go through about how to bend your body – which every new born infant knows – or how to hold your breath – which every unborn infant knows. This is the science of understanding the mechanics of the entire human system.

After many years, when the transmission was complete, it produced seven fully enlightened beings – the seven celebrated sages who are today known as the Saptarishis, and are worshipped and admired in Indian culture. Shiva put different aspects of yoga into each of these seven people, and these aspects became the seven basic forms of yoga. Even today, yoga has maintained these seven distinct forms.

The Saptarishis were sent in seven different directions to different parts of the world to carry this dimension with which a human being can evolve beyond his present limitations and compulsions. They became the limbs of Shiva, taking the knowing and technology of how a human being can exist here as the Creator himself, to the world. Time has ravaged many things, but when the cultures of those lands are carefully looked at, small strands of these people’s work can be seen, still alive. It has taken on various colors and forms, and has changed its complexion in a million different ways, but these strands can still be seen.

The Adiyogi brought this possibility that a human being need not be contained in the defined limitations of our species. There is a way to be contained in physicality but not to belong to it. There is a way to inhabit the body but never become the body. There is a way to use your mind in the highest possible way but still never know the miseries of the mind. Whatever dimension of existence you are in right now, you can go beyond that – there is another way to live. He said, “You can evolve beyond your present limitations if you do the necessary work upon yourself.” That is the significance of the Adiyogi.

Editor’s Note: Download Sadhguru’s ebook, Shiva – Ultimate Outlaw, alongwith Vairagya, an album of sacred chants (also available as an Android App). They’re free!

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Can You Really Control Your Dreams?

Imagine going to sleep, and instead of having 'normal' dreams, you 'woke up' your mind within the dream, and were able to control it?

It's called 'Lucid Dreaming' and It's a very real and very interesting phenomenon. Lucid Dreaming is the ability to 'control your dreams' every night. It's achieved by activating or learning to activate a certain part of your brain while sleeping.

The part of your brain you're learning to activate is the same part that's responsible for your self awareness in the waking life. It's how you 'know' you're awake or not.

By learning a few techniques, you can unlock this part of your brain so that when you're dreaming, it 'wakes up' giving you full awareness of the fact you're dreaming. It's really easy to learn how to do this as well.. Read on!

Enter Lucid Dreaming

The word 'Lucid' simply means clear. It's a clarity of mind, and an awareness of self. Most people can learn how to control their dreams in just a few days/weeks, and it takes only a few minutes each day to cultivate the skill.

'How do you do it?' you may be wondering...

It's all about building two habits.

1. Remembering and writing down your dreams and
2. 'Testing your reality' with reality checks every day

Remembering your dreams

It's essential to actually remember your dreams in order to be able to control them and have beautiful 'Lucid memories'. Everyone dreams every night, but only a fraction of people actually remember, in detail, those dreams.

The reason is simply that they don't practice remembering them. If you don't pay attention to things in your life, you'll tune them out. You need to get into the habit of writing down your dreams every morning in order to start naturally remembering the things you get up to in the dream world.

A good way to start is to get a 'dream diary' which can just be a notebook. Keep it by your bed and every morning, write down your dreams in as much detail as you can manage. Even if you can't remember anything to start with, just write the date and then 'no dreams recalled'.

It's all about training your mind to start remembering the dreams. You could try highlighting important events, people and places in the dream entries as well.

Doing 'Reality Checks'.

This is the main thing to learn in order to start controlling dreams. A reality check is when you 'ask yourself' if you're dreaming or not. You combine this question with a physical action that has very specific results.

What this means is you'll do something that has different results in the dream as it does in real life. An example is to try and breathe through your nose while pinching it closed. In real life of course, you won't be able to breathe, but in the dream when you do this, you'll be able to breath as normal.

The idea is that by doing these 'reality checks' enough times during the day, they'll filter through into your dreams and when you do them in the dream, you'll instantly realize you're dreaming and your mind will spring into action, allowing you to be aware of the fact you're dreaming, and therefore to control it.

Some example reality checks:

  • Trying to breath through your nose while it's pinched
  • Trying to push your index finger through the palm of your other hand
  • Looking at text, then looking away and looking back (In the dream, writing and text is normally distorted and hard to read. Also it appears to change each time you look at it)
  • Looking at your watch (In the dream, every time you look back at a clock or a watch the time is different

So a great way to start controlling your dreams would be to do one or more of those reality checks about once an hour, every day. When you do them, ask yourself 'Am I dreaming?' and REALLY doubt your reality. Look around you as you do the reality check, and really question it.

After a few days, you'll notice that you perform a reality check in your dream and you'll instantly wake up the part of your brain responsible for self awareness. You'll become 'Lucid'. It's very common to get so excited when you first achieve this that you wake yourself up.

This is normal, and with practice you can learn to stay in this state for longer and longer periods of time.

You can use Lucid Dreaming to overcome nightmares

Learning to become aware of your dreams in this way allows you to have much more control over your nightmares. Often people are able to simply 'walk away' from their nightmares, simply be realizing that they're dreaming.

A very common technique for Lucid Dreamers when experiencing a nightmare is to simply ask the scary element of the nightmare; 'What do you represent?' This question results in your unconscious mind basically talking to your conscious mind.

So in a nightmare about being chased by a dog, you could turn around to the dog and ask it what it represents. The dog will stop chasing you and respond with an interesting bit of information about your psyche.

It might say 'You never really got over your fear of dogs' or 'You're scared of getting hurt in relationships'. The answer can be profound, and it instantly removes the power from the 'scary' element of the dream and gives you the power.

It's a very useful technique to use, specially if you experience regular nightmares. By learning how to Lucid Dream you'll be able to overcome these nightmares and even learn interesting things about your mind and the way you really think and feel.
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While on Earth, there are many lessons in the form of various experiences for souls to learn from and gradually evolve. There are many lies in our world about our true history and what it is to be human on this planet. We have been stripped off our divinity enslaved by the so called rulers who invaded Earth many thousands of years ago and still continue to feed off all the negativity emanating from the planet. And there is ample food for them if we continue to live in the lower vibrations ... We get easily trapped within the matrix unable to see the extent of mind control and manipulation through the senses. Our minds are constantly on with something and we block our connection to source energy, blocking other Chakras or Energy Centers with issues we may have left unresolved. We don't know this but we really are creating our lives journeys and experiences ... and there comes a time when we may find ourselves not being able to connect with the people we once hung out with because we now have different world views and find it hard to go back to how things were, once we become conscious of our actions. Each one of us here is alone and on a unique journey. We evolve by choice ...

Here is a beautiful article by Barbara Max Hubbard, "Evolution by Choice, not Chance !"

Evolution is evolving from unconscious chance to conscious choice. We are entering the first Age of Conscious Evolution. Why? Because we obviously affect our own evolution by all the choices we make—from the food we eat, the number of babies we have, the cars we drive, and the weapons we build.

Humans have no experience at being responsible for global change at this level. We are facing the possibility of the collapse of our life-support system, or, I believe, the emergence of something new, something better than we have ever known before. This shift in evolution began overtly in 1945 when the United States dropped the first atomic bombs on Japan. The signal went out to the world: We now have the power to destroy life on Earth. I was fifteen years old.

I could see at that time that self-conscious humans, in top-down competitive structures such as nation states, organized religion, and global corporations, could not handle this degree of power. We had suddenly gained capacities we used to attribute to our gods. We can blow up worlds, and we can build new worlds in space. We can travel with the speed of light by image; we can create new life forms or destroy our life; we can tap into immense energy or run out of energy.

I began to ask a great question: What is the meaning of our new powers in science and technology that are good and what are positive images of the future that are equal to our new powers?

I read religion and philosophy as a young girl and found that no one knew the answer. The powers were so new. I went to Bryn Mawr College and found I could not even ask the question there. There were no subjects on it. My father used to say to me, “Barbara, you are the best in the field…but there is no field!”

I went to Paris in 1947 to study at the Ecole des Sciences Politiques. Despair and a sense of the absurdity of life were rampant in Paris after two world wars and the bomb. One day I was having lunch on the Left Bank, and a handsome American walked in and sat down next to me. I asked him my question: “What do you think is the meaning of this new power that is good?” He responded, “I am an artist, and I am seeking a new image of man commensurate with our powers to shape the future.”

The idea crossed my mind, “I’m going to marry you!” And I did. He told me that when a culture loses its story and its image of the future, it declines. We had clearly lost our story of progress, and the image of humans now portrayed in the arts and theater was of a disintegrating destructive force. Yet I had innate hope and had to find out what I was hopeful about.

I went to see President Eisenhower in 1952, just after he became president. My father was an old colleague of the President. I was taken into the Oval Office. He greeted me kindly: “What can I do for you, young lady?” “Mr. President,” I said, “I have a question: What do you think is the meaning of all our new power that is good?” He looked startled, shook his head and said, “I have no idea.”

So it flashed in my mind, “Well, we better find out!” This has been my life quest, and I believe that just now we are discovering the proper response.

We do have a new story. It is the Universe Story. When we place ourselves IN this 13.7 billion-year universe story, we discover the pattern and an evolutionary process of action that we CAN DO.

We see that our crises are comparable to past evolutionary shift points. The only difference is now we are conscious that we are causing our own extinction. This is what I call “conscious evolution”—the greatest wake-up call we have ever had for the human species to grow up!

Here are some lessons we can learn and apply to our own situation. Problems are evolutionary drivers.

Crises Precede Transformation

Evolution takes jumps through greater synergy: separate parts coming together to form a new whole greater than and different from the sum of its parts.

Evolution creates radical newness. Once there was no Earth, then Earth appeared. Once there was no life, and life appeared.

Evolution raises consciousness and freedom through more complex order. According to Teilhard de Chardin, the great philosopher, the “noosphere,” the mind sphere or the thinking layer of Earth, with all our Internet and global intelligence, is about “to get its collective eyes.” We are about to connect center with center and heart with heart.

Empathy is rising. Spirituality is growing. Healings are happening. The Internet is connecting us everywhere. A “Wheel of Co-creation” is forming in every field and function: innovations in health, education, energy, conscious business, and environmental awareness are accelerating and beginning to connect—a whole system breakthrough out of the whole system breakdown.

We need one more conscious effort to connect the positive to make the shift in time—to midwife our own birth toward the next stage of our evolution. We may be one fraction of an evolutionary second from either connecting what is creative and loving and innovative, or devolution and extinction. This situation is dangerous…yet natural.

What do we need to do right now?

I believe it is time to rapidly connect what is working in every field and function and communicate through all media as fast as we can our creativity, innovations, and capacities to make it through together. We should be calling upon each other—everyone on Earth—to know that they have a part in this “birth.” Each of us is given an impulse of evolution within, a heart’s desire to realize our greater potential. Wherever we are, whatever our situation, we are capable of “giving a gift to the shift,” from one phase of evolution to the next.

For more information, go to www.evolve.org.

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Melanin is a molecule which derives its name from the Greek word, Melanos, which denotes the color black. Melanin is the fundamental unit of the universe and can exist in four forms including Cosmic Melanin, Planetary Melanin, Plant Kingdom Melanin (chlorophyll) and Animal Kingdom melanin (black pigmentation).

Some of us might get confused between Melanin and Melatonin ... here are the differences ...

• Melanin is a pigment produced by tyrosine, whereas melatonin is a neurotransmitter produced by tryptophan.

• The main functions of melatonin are the modulation of the synthesis of melanin, maintaining the sleep wake cycle and biological rhythms in the body, whereas that of melanin are providing skin color, photo-protection, and involving in hearing.

• Melanin is synthesized in melanosomes, which are found in melanocytes, while melatonin is synthesized in the cells of the gastrointestinal tract, retina, and pineal gland.

• Melanin can be found in skin, eye, ear, hair, and central nervous system, whereas melatonin can be found in brain, liver, intestines, blood and muscles.

The following text is from the youtube channel, 211 Network who's video is featured below in this post ...

Time and conflict have conditioned us to fear what we do not understand. And our misunderstanding has been based on a lack of knowledge; of others, and of ourselves.

Getting to the core of truth about the human condition in an objective manner, one can shed light on facts that have been kept in the dark, and attain a higher understanding of truths Indecency and hatred have no place in a world of pure knowledge and understanding.

For at least a century, people have tried to preach equality for all, crusading based on the premise that we are all the same. Some vouched for fairness by insisting we are "created equal." It seems as if it were only those who wished to keep peoples of the world separate that would cite and declare our differences. And though they, at times, brought forth dishonest claims, they reign successful in keeping peoples apart to this day.

The truth is we are alike in the sense that we all have common ancestry. This is proven. We have a shared ancient heritage, even with our wide array of lineage. But we are different, a truth we must accept and discuss openly with one another. In the classroom, the household, governing bodies across the globe, and possibly the cosmos, et al.

Imagine a world without inhibitions concerning our differences. A world where, instead of denying these differences in fear of offending each other, we examine and celebrate these differences.

The following is an example of employing an objective approach toward one of the biggest indications of our differences -- skin colour; melanin being its primary determinant.

The topic of skin colour affects all of us. And even in today's world where we are coming together more than ever through social media, internet and overall the advent of technology, the colour of our skin remains a "touchy-untouched" subject because of our unwillingness to fully accept, examine and embrace our differences. That, plus the fact that melanin is a natural substance found in all of us, is the reason the example is used.

The following clip, an excerpt from a documentary called "Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph of Melanin", serves as one example of our potential to go beyond what history dictates about a characteristic of a people -- looking objectively and without bias at the physical, undeniable, provable traits posessed, with the characteristics serving as mere indication -- to in turn celebrate what makes humanity strong and determine where our weaknesses lie.

The film is not a reflection of the ideals of the uploader. One must admit that the documentary presents a black versus white dichotomy, a mindset that subtracts from the very idea behind the presentation of this clip to you, the viewer.

So that said, The.211Network asks that you heed the message within the message. That message being that humanity can abandon the "a priori" approach to judging people -- if we are even to judge. The message is that our differences, when explored, can open our eyes to the human condition; its brilliance and resilience, the make-up of our collective . And when the knowledge gained is taught and applied universally, the world and its inhabitants can be at least a little better for it.

Go beyond what the historians teach and what religions preach. Go beyond indoctrinated science and political etiquette. Go beyond the system employed. Go beyond, by regressing to true reason.

It is apparent that there is a vast amount of knowledge about ourselves and our potential that is not as accessible. You each have a short amount time to realize your full potential. And ignorance could be bliss, but you owe it to yourself to know what you are missing.

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... and this video is just mind blowing !!! In short, it speaks about the Secret Science of Melanin and the Age of Transformation and Evolution ... we are evolving from a Carbon 12 based life form to a Carbon 7 based being ... Exciting Times Indeed !

We are in the timeline of big change ...

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Most of us know the truth deep inside, but sadly our inner voice of intuition has been subdued systematically by the so called 'rulers'. By playing with our senses they keep us entrapped in this prison reality while most of us are totally oblivious of it, living an illusion of freedom and independence. Meat, Dairy, Sugar, Artificial Sweeteners, Preservatives, MSG, Color ... the list of toxic chemicals added to our food is endless and the only way to beat this system is to go Vegan ... Eat Organic, preferably home grown food as much as possible. You'd rather invest in good health than feed the pharmaceutical companies which keep us coming back for more, profiting from our sickness.

The facts are in front of us and we can no more ignore the truth and look away if we want to continue as a species on this planet.

May the light always guide us along our journey ... whatever the destination may be !

... In Lak'ech Ala K'in ...


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