The wait is over, It’s HERE!!!
As many of you who follow us know, I have been working on my new book “Values And the Evolution of Consciousness” for some time.
I am now really pleased to announce that, after it arrived from the Publisher, is available for purchase on Amazon NOW.
I kept working at my goal to write this book for you as I have observed the increasing strife, conflict, financial uncertainty, economic troubles, in our communities, and kept asking myself what can we do to change that?
We live in a world ridden with conflict. The question is why? Are there just bad people around or is there more to it? We experience conflicts in our personal lives, in our families, communities, at the level of countries as well as universally, around the planet.
We all feel it going on, all around us. It is present in our evening news, in our personal and professional lives, and yet, only selected people have any knowledge of how to proactively take action, because few really understand what is going on.
In the world there are eight different ways of thinking, which interact with each other and the result sometimes is opposition and confrontation, hard feelings and trouble. Each of these eight different ways of relating to the world seem to pertain to certain stages in the evolution of society, and, simultaneously, in the evolution of our mind, thinking, and thus our consciousness. Needless to say, they also have an input in the development of our personal values.
In general, people stick to their point of view believing that everyone else is wrong and most never stop to consider that each individual acts upon their “right way”, that is to say, their individual values. These values belong to one or more of the eight ways of thinking.
Everybody has values. There are no people without values, but their values may be very different from ours. Therefore we should venture to say that there is no such thing as the right or wrong values, only those deemed “right” for a certain environment, or cultural milieu.
There are many ways in which we can demonstrate resilience and take action to fix the distressing times in our lives but we cannot fix anything unless we understand how the world is constructed and how people think and are motivated according to their internal values.
How does one recognize that people are not necessarily wrong but maybe less complex in their approach to life’s challenges? We appeared to live in the world of plenty and in a short period of a decade we have moved into a world of scarcity. We used to get along with each other and in the blink of an eye we have changed into a society broken down in many groups with divergent aspirations and motivations. If we continue down this path where will we end?
This book is about all these and much, much more!
Go to Amazon now, purchase the book and share this link with as many people as you think should have a copy. Reading it will make a major difference in your, and their lives.
As always, I thank you for your support and participation in being conscious and taking action to make a difference on the planet. Together we can transform the planet.
Remember that True Purpose is what you make of it, so go out there and make it.
Until next time, be well.