The nature of our new reality

The nature of our new reality

“Spirit really exists, it’s not a dream” – Amazonian Shaman from the Yanonami Tribe.

We’ve lost the simplicity of life. We have become so engaged with the material aspects of our Western civilization, that we’ve forgotten how to live in grace and in adoration of a higher magical and child-like life experience. We’ve grown up (and lost our innocence); we have become automatons to the god of money and possessions. How much more can I acquire is really the new, adopted living god of this experience.

We are constantly bombarded with new and better gadgets. Acquisition keeps us occupied and blinded to the greater unity of life, that which represents a greater opportunity to live in cooperation with our world and with each other.

We notice helplessly the climatic change and are waiting for the government to change it; all without taking any responsibility for our own households, our own trash, our usage of water and food, and without offering any contributions to the creation of a new world order that is contributing to creating changes in our society. So, how will we be prepared for the climatic changes that we are seeing and experiencing on the planet? How can we become a greater contribution to our changing world? How can we contribute to helping the homeless find shelter? Can we build gardens and empower each other to build a self sustaining society?

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