Reading The Compassionate Life by Marc Ian Barasch for 15 minutes every day lends a nice touch to the day. Compassion is a rather hot topic with people who are noticing, not so much the “celebrities” who entertain us by wanting to take it all off, rather are noticing the condition of humankind and of the state of our planet. And if we could deeply understand the message of the book, for once and for all, we’d have a great impact on each other, on all living things, and especially on our planet. We wouldn’t want the Intelligence guiding Mother Earth – our sustenance – to decide we’ve not been good and kind caretakers to each other and our planet as we’d be left in dire straits. Since our track record is not looking good, one would think it’s time to turn it completely around. Thankfully, turning it around is something we’re all able to do; if only we could agree to expend the time and effort it takes. www.compassionatelife.com
I recently took a short trip and brought along NEWLIFE NYYOGA magazine which has information about the 21-23 October NEWLFE EXPO in Manhattan at the Hotel New Yorker. Always in these thin issues there are insights about new people and their body mind spirit work, and new information to whet the appetite of someone thinking about buying a ticket. There was a writeup on THE SOURCE FIELD INVESTIGATIONS by David Wilcock who is one of the speakers. In the writeup he mentions Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend, two prominent historians who wrote about a 25,920-year cycle in the Earth’s orbit which is coming to an end, hence the great turmoil now going on. He has a lot to say about our planet, other planets, and many other subjects pertaining to this topic, and it all sounds fascinating. I particularly like the bottom line: “… there is very strong evidence that they have been here all along, guiding and protecting us behind the scenes – such as by making absolutely sure we will never use nuclear weapons against each other. The Golden Age is within our grasp. I hope you will join me in this fascinating investigation of the science that can help us pave the way to the future we all deserve.” Indeed! Whether we’re believers or not, it won’t be boring. Anyway, we can’t know about a subject unless we’re willing to listen and learn. If you want, check out the list of speakers (150), and exhibits (150). It could be an excellent way to spend a weekend.
Practicing compassion and forgiveness in order to see ourselves and every living being in a loving and caring way can help bring the planets and humankind to a “place we all deserve.”
I hope you’re having a very, very good day.