New Consciousness for a New World: How to Thrive in by Kingsley L. Dennis

By Kingsley L. Dennis

A choice for a paradigm shift in human considering in reputation of the interconnectedness of all things--a new brain for a brand new global

• Explains how the instability of our present time is a part of a bigger cycle of human evolution that would quickly flip towards renewal and regeneration

• unearths the right way to perform the method of wide awake evolution to take care of resilience in the course of those transitional occasions

• Examines new findings in quantum physics and quantum biology at the interconnectivity of all lifestyles and the way to make use of this for wakeful evolution

For centuries, indigenous knowledge traditions have talked of an epochal shift at the horizon, of a non secular renaissance for the earth and her residing kin. Now the timelines are converging and the possibility of an brisk “upgrade” for humanity is the following, yet first we needs to live on and evolve throughout the present interval of transition.

Explaining that evolution isn't really a steady technique yet extra like a “shock to the system”--radical waves of transformation after a interval of dormancy--author Kingsley Dennis finds that we're at present present process an evolutionary jump and exhibits not just the right way to continue to exist but in addition thrive during this interval of worldwide upheaval and alter. interpreting the character of evolutionary cycles, he explains that the instability we're now experiencing--climate swap, financial meltdowns, and lengthening political polarization--is the convergence of complicated structures that experience reached a serious nation. What we'd like for you to push via to the arrival non secular renaissance is a paradigm shift in human considering and conception, a awake evolution in attractiveness of the interconnectedness of all things--a new brain for a brand new global. interpreting new findings in quantum physics and quantum biology at the interconnectivity of all lifestyles in addition to possibilities for us to reawaken our sleeping souls, this publication deals a glimpse of the recent international society to come back, a renewed humanity for the twenty first century, and the way each one folks can top take part through the strategy of planetary transformation.

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23 More worrying perhaps are the recent initiatives being taken by nation-states to secure new oil regions, potentially catalyzing new tensions for the twenty-first century. It appears likely that the Arctic Ocean’s seabed, which may hold billions of gallons of oil and natural gas,* will become the next highly contested energy region. 24 And in March 2009, Russia made public, in a document published on its national security council’s website, its plans to set up a military force to protect its interests in the Arctic.

And one of these disguises will come through the changing of the Earth’s climate and biosphere. 9 To the best of our recorded knowledge, major past disturbances on our planet have largely come about through changes in solar radiation and the occasional asteroid impact. Gerard Bond, a respected geologist, was convinced (before his death in 2005) that most climate change over the past ten thousand years had been driven by solar activity (sunspots and solar radiation emissions) and amplified through feedback mechanisms such as ice formation and the ocean conveyor belt.

In other words, the natural survival mechanisms inherent in bacterial growth over Planet Earth evolved the first processes of cooperation and exchange. Competition for resources was an extinction strategy. indd 18 7/7/11 2:36:51 PM Evolutionary Turning Points 19 ment became the first experiment in DNA exchange and recombination. This need for cooperation and exchange among bacterial cells spurred a creative emergence in information transfer systems. Evolution biologist Elisabet Sahtouris makes an interesting comparison by saying that “by evolving ways to exchange DNA information among themselves around the world, we can rightly say they invented the first worldwide web of information exchange .

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