Although I've been a student of Ageless Wisdom for over 25 years, I never pondered and deeply explored the topic of the 2012 Prophecy or the Mayan Calendar. However, as I look around the globe and see so many peoples affected by numerous natural disasters, I've taken a more serious look at the 2012 Prophecy and have been exploring it in addition to other various related topics. After this exploration, I see commonalities from 7 various teaching all coming together, saying that we are involved in a truly remarkable time on the planet NOW. A time calling on us to truly embrace our spiritual nature and what that means. The New World which has been said to be coming after the December 21, 2010 date, is in the making now. According to Ageless Wisdom, we are nearing the end of a 2,500 year cycle, under the constellation of Pisces and beginning the new cycle, being in direct relationship to the constellation of Aquarius. This is all scientifically based information. The discord we see on the planet is because of this. The energy the planet receives from Pisces helped to create the 'potent' personalities, which we see flourishing. It's supported the emergence of the 'individual'. The new energy from Aquarius has a group focus. As it's gathering strength we have numerous "Cultural Creatives" as described in the book of the same name by Paul Ray and Sherry Anderson, who speak and work on behalf of numerous groups/interests such as the Environment and Ecology, the Women's Movement, Self-Actualization groups and Altruism. To add to this we are also ending a 25,000 year cycle of the Zodiac so this creates even a larger change in the making. In addition, This change is affecting all our institutions... political, social, education, and financial.For me, the question is always the practical one...What does this mean... today...in our lives NOW! As Ageless Wisdom Master, Benjamin Creme said in a lecture I heard this year, it's calling on us to be Spiritual Beings. Most have long forgotten that this is who we truly are. In fact, much of the problem today can be traced to this. So, how do we navigate during such times of change. I've been compiling some ways that I believe we can live deeply as a spiritual being. As you read my list below, I invite you to create your own ways...for doing this. In addition, Eden Sky at www.13moon.com has written much on the subject. I've found her Dreaming Awake; Riding The Spiral of Time's Unfolding Prophecies to be very inspiring. How to Navigate during times of Great Change. 1. We have an enormous ability to create our world. Your words are powerful! 2. We can ask our angels, our guides to help us and guide us!3. We can heal, transform and transcend our world with the words of LOVE and GRATITUDE!4. We can gather strength and nourishment from Planet Earth by appreciating all it's natural gifts to us! 5. We can connect with the World Teacher, the One looked for by all major religions and those of no religion! 6. We can connect with our ancestors in the heavens above and ask for their protection and guidance!7. We can begin to listen or and act from our guidance...moment by moment..and act on that!8. We can serve one another. Know that this is a composite of my study as well as the teachings of numerous others. In addition, some of these topics have been addressed in previous programs, here on the Voice of Change. Check the archived listing for such programs. Also, future programs on various topics addressing these areas is in the planning now. Below are various links and titles which give greater depth to topics I've addressed in this blog. . www.share-international.org (World Teacher/Ageless Wisdom)www.13moon.com (Eden Sky and how to navigate during these times. As well as the New Age calendar/ Mayan & 2012 prophecies)www.TianGong.org (Qi Gong practice which enhances Body, Mind and Spirit)www.wolakota.org (Native American Tradition) Book: Messages from the Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto regarding Love and Gratitude
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