Brand: Independently Published
Number Of Pages: 208
Release Date: 23-06-2020
Details: Planet Earth has entered the Anthropocene, the geological age during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment. Scientists speculate that the Anthropocene may be the harbinger for the sixth mass extinction in our history unless, says Muktananda, humanity undergoes a major shift in consciousness – a shift that will profoundly alter the historical understanding about who we are and the planet we inhabit. Anthropocene: The Tears of Gaia explores how the relationship between quantum physics and the evolution of consciousness has opened up an unprecedented glimpse into the interrelatedness of everything in the universe. It explains why homo sapiens must have evolved as biologically loving beings and why we must reconnect to our essence if we are to survive as a species. It shows how beliefs determine our perceptions which, in turn, shape our reality. It demonstrates how we can consciously create new realities through the generative power of language, and explores what the post- COVID-19 economy will look like. It discusses how the ascent of the divine feminine in each of us is bringing about the death of the patriarchy, and argues that religions must undergo a radical transformation if they are to remain relevant in the new era humanity must create. It also explores how the new science of psychedelics is creating possibilities for an acceleration in the growth of consciousness and how that expansion can create a tipping point for global transformation as manifest in the creation of conscious communities. This book closes with a call to action, but from a new and more conscious understanding about leadership in this age of quantum consciousness.
Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.5 inches