We have so much access to so much, as least virtually. We are overwhelmed by such a wealth of information and potential that we feel the truth of the Chinese curse: ‘May you live in interesting times.’
One understandable reaction is to retreat into rigid simplicity, judgemental morality, or our own small-world mentality. A degree of focus on our immediate lives is only partially effective, since in order to do so we have to insulate and isolate ourselves from the continual cascade of complexity and stimulation. However, as the popular meme says, ‘we are all connected’, or, more accurately, ‘we are all becoming more connected.’
The shift to a new social structure based on valuing our humanity and our planetWe live in extraordinary times. The overwhelming drama of our existence at present is due to a global change that is far larger than that of the industrial revolution and the scientific enlightenment, but this current change is happening far more rapidly. The evolutionary transformation of our culture is being compressed into decades, rather than the centuries of the last evolutionary shift of industry, commerce and science.
This current evolutionary shift means that the dominant consensual reality is in crisis—a crisis of values, perspective and resources that is, at its root, a crisis of consciousness. We live with a background social anxiety that there is ‘not enough time’ and ‘not enough space’. The script is that there is not enough money—and money is conflated with time (‘time is money’); not enough energy nor resources (such as oil and food); not enough space (overpopulation and no space to grow the food). This reactive mainstream thinking breeds the idea that our success as a species is killing the planet; that we are a virus. This is a dangerous oversimplification and is an invitation for disaster, inciting a subconscious self-loathing by our species.
Our relationship with time and space sets the contextual frequency of reality
We are being pushed to shift to the next developmental level of culture, a new level of consciousness that is far more open hearted.
The problem is that we as a species have naturally outgrown the outgoing systemic consciousness, which inevitably clings on to power. But that system is too small; it is limited by its values, perspective, consciousness and underlying frequency. As the old method is in a relative state of decay, energy is now being released for the organic emergence of a new landscape.
This new landscape is more humanitarian and more egalitarian, derived from a reconnection to the essential truth of the nature of a human being and of existence itself. We are in a spiritual reality where consciousness is the foundation of existence.
The transformation I am describing is, of course, an enormous proposition and undertaking. But it is also a grand adventure…
Time is indeed running out in the old system; it is true there is not enough time or space in the frequency of the mainstream construct. However, the planet is now surging and pulsing with more energy than ever before. Underlying the emerging stage of culture is a new relationship with time and space—from austerity, fear and poverty to an abundance of time and space.
The opening of the human heart is tied to having more time and more space—more time and space for creativity, innovation and care.
The 2012 effect and the recalibration of the EarthDue to the inevitable media ‘dumbing down’ of the 2012 Mayan Calendar change, people were already getting bored with the whole phenomenon from last summer.
But the 2012 effect, which is based on a 26,000-year cyclical change of our orientation in time and space, will continue to unfold, regardless of public amnesia.
The Earth is being recalibrated. The human species is a component of the planetary organism and we are the agents for Earth’s consciousness. We are on a journey from globalization to planetary civilization.
The recalibration has changed the frequency of the totality of Earth’s field. This is good news. It is our task to expand our perspective and to change our relationship with time and space, starting with the understanding of how we measure time and space with our calendars.
The 24-7, ‘on the hour every hour’, tick-tock adrenalin frequency of money, media and commerce has its place, but as the dominant directive of society it is now failing. The influx of plasma—the extra energy within Earth’s domain—is a frequency beyond, yet encompassing, the frequency of the 24-7 time mentality; the clock on the wrist, the 12-month and seven-day calendar. The natural rhythms of the body and our environment are now calling us to connect anew.
I invite you to learn how to attune to the new energy field. I am genuinely thrilled to be able to offer this new course, Claim Your Power: Own Your Time and Space, and look forward to working with you if you are in the UK this Spring. This course will also be available in Hong Kong from 25 May 2013.
For all details of the course in the UK, see: claim-your-power-ljl.yolasite.com