The prophets, the gurus, the philosophers and all of their disciples may have been on to something all along. Like it or not, it appears each and every one of us is required to become a mystic, a god in our own way.
If you are at this point considering burning me at the stake or at the very least making a phone call to your pastor, rest assured, it is not my intention to slate anyone’s religion. If your current belief system can assist you in making the evolutionary leap with the rest of us, please be my guest. However, if a few guilty prayers or Tarot readings every other weekend is your idea of being spiritual, we are going to have to leave you behind when the ‘rapture’ occurs.
Our world is in cultural and environmental chaos. I do believe however we are living in great times! We are witnessing the beginning of the end of the New World Disorder.
The Age of Aquarius is upon us. With a little bit of luck, Nostradamus may finally be left to rest in peace. Yes, true, the world has gone somewhat mad. But there is also method in all this. The mess we have made is merely a part of our evolutionary process. The frog had to drink up almost half the pond it lives in, before it could leap across it and into the light.
No, we did not get here by accident. It’s all part of the Big Plan, the Blueprint. The philosopher, Gerald Heard, realized this fact many years ago when he speculated on the evolutionary growth of our cultural consciousness and the psychological make-up of modern man.
Your life is about to change irreversibly. Of course, you do have the option of taking the coward’s way out, right now! Yes, life is about choices. So, pause for a moment and reflect, because there is no turning back from what is about to be revealed to you.
Do you increasingly feel that your life has no meaning? Has God gone blind or deaf? Why are we so disconnected? Why do we feel so lonely, bored, tired, frustrated? Why is our environment in a mess? The misery of modern existence is not just your imagination. There is no melodrama in what many of us perceive to be ‘a world gone mad’.
It may, however, surprise you to know that our predicament is not as bad as it may appear to be. Our existential chaos is not the work of an angry God. Humankind does appear to be facing catastrophe one way or another, but we are actually heading toward a brighter day – as long as we have people like you and me on board.