Free World Charter
The Venus Project
Something Extraordinary Is Happening in the World, And Most People Haven’t Noticed
7. The awakening of spirituality
How many friends do you have who practice yoga? What about meditation? Now think back, 10 years ago, how many people did you know by then who practiced these activities?
Spirituality, for too long, was for esoteric folks — those weird-like and mystic people.
But fortunately, this is also changing. We’ve come to the edge of reason and rationality. We were able to realize that, with only our conscious mind, we can’t figure out everything that goes by here. There is something else going on, and I’m sure you want to get hold of that as well.
You want to understand how these things work. How life operates, what happens after death, what is this energy thing people talk about so much, what is quantum physics, how thoughts can be materialized and create our sense of reality, what is coincidence and synchronicity, why meditation works, how it’s possible to cure using nothing but bare hands, how those alternative therapies not always approved by regular medicine can actually work sometimes.
Companies are providing meditation to their employees. Even schools are teaching the young how to meditate. Think about it.
Janadas Devan spoke on his father’s time in prison, his early political years and building the NTUC, recalling those times with humour while giving insights into Devan Nair’s thinking – An Excerpt:
“A son remembers”
And then he said something I’ll never forget, for it expressed his deepest belief. It was no longer science – it was religion.
“For life to have emerged from matter, matter must have had the potential for life”, he said
“And for consciousness to have emerges from life, life must have had the potential for consciousness. And for human ideals to have emerges from consciousness, consciousness must have had the potential for those ideals. We wouldn’t dream unless those dreams are capable of fulfillment. It is not what you can become. That process never ends.”
Why was Devan Nair so effective a trade unionist – a mobiliser and inspirer of people? Because he was as passionately interested in what they could become, as he was moved by their present condition.
He was convinced, so he convinced. He really believed ideals could be realized. Bernard Shaw wrote: “You see thing, and ask: Why? But I dream things that never were, and ask: Why not?”
Because Singapore’s founding generation and NTUC’s pioneers asked: “Why not?” Singapore is what it is today. And that process – asking “Why not?” – never ends.”
Revolution of the Mind – Who & What We Really Are
Published on Jul 22, 2013
Philosopher John Searle lays out the case for studying human consciousness — and systematically shoots down some of the common objections to taking it seriously. As we learn more about the brain processes that cause awareness, accepting that consciousness is a biological phenomenon is an important first step. And no, he says, consciousness is not a massive computer simulation. (Filmed at TEDxCERN.)
I am so blessed because my teacher shared with us the power of the Conscious Mind. She said that once you have developed the Consciousness you will know what is Right and Wrong. Edward Sownden is one great example his action was compelled by his conscious mind. If my teacher had not shared this Secret Weapon to me I don’t think I could
“THE CONSCIOUSNESS IS THE PRESENCE OF GOD” – Sunny Chong
David Icke& Jordan Maxwell – Speaking The Truth APRIL 2017 – MUST WATCH
The Next Big Bang Human Consciousness & the Universe’s Ultimate Secret
Published on Mar 2, 2017
Event Is Coming Soon – The Next Big Bang Human Consciousness & the Universe’s Ultimate Secret.
For at least two hundred years science has been telling us that any ideas of spirituality we might hold dear are little more than ignorant leftovers of a superstitious past – foolish relics. But the truth is, physics itself, that most foundational of all sciences, has now progressed far beyond that initial, dismissive assessment, to a conceptual worldview far more accepting of spirituality than ever before. To grasp the nuts and bolts of this new science, then, is to understand the nuts and bolts that support a new, evolving and far more sophisticated grasp of spirit than has ever before been available to us.
This new conceptual framework is absolutely critical to our grasp of spirit, and, frankly, for those previously unfamiliar with the discoveries of modern physics, this new framework may at first seem nothing short of “other worldly” itself – as the old saying goes, the truth can at times be far stranger than fiction. So let’s start by taking a close look at what the new physics has to tell us.
In 1964 the scientific world was literally turned on its head by a new theorem, but very few at the time understood just what had taken place. Indeed, so astounding were the material, philosophical, and spiritual implications of this assertion that it would soon be referred to as “the most profound discovery in science.”1Yet even today, few beyond a small community of physicists have come to grips with its meaning. The conceptual implications for particle physics were so extreme that for decades after its announcement many within the scientific community resisted its implications, as do some resist them to this day.