Extremes,Cycles,Change,Connection

… we can all look forward to a year of extremes in our world, and powerful transformation in our lives.

The Extremes:
From the unthinkable humanitarian tragedy of 13.5 million Syrians impacted by the war in their country, global unemployment on the rise and economies buckling under the strain of $30 per barrel of oil, to so many record-setting storms that they’re too numerous to mention, if there was any lingering doubt on January 1st that our world is in a cycle of extremes, that doubt has probably disappeared by the time you read this newsletter.

Buddha MeditatingI’ve dedicated the bulk of my adult life to exploring and understanding personal and global cycles of change. The value of such a study is to empower us today, to avoid the hurtful choices of the past. As mentioned in my books Resilience From the Heart (Hay House 2015), Deep Truth (Hay House 2011), and Fractal Time (Hay House 2011) the cycles of the past predicted that we could expect precisely the global change that we’re experiencing today. And because we can no longer separate the big world “out there” from our everyday lives, the big shifts in the world mean big changes for us, our families, our jobs and even our way of life. With these ideas in mind it’s fair to say that “big change” is the theme for 2016.

The good news is that because we recognize the cycles of change, we also know what to expect, and maybe most importantly, how we can embrace such big change, in a healthy way.

The Opportunity:
While we may not personally be able to change what’s happening in the world, rock-solid science tells us that we can choose what big change means in our lives. It’s our willingness to embrace the new discoveries, and what they tell us about ourselves, merged with the spiritual wisdom of 5,000 (+) years of human experience, that holds the promise to our vibrant future.

The key is simply this:

The better we know ourselves, the better equipped we are to embrace whatever life brings our way. It’s this simple fact that lies at the core of every book, media interview, keynote presentation, on-line course and seminar that I will offer in 2016.

The reason I’m focusing on new discoveries about us is simple: We live our lives, choose our relationships, heal our bodies and solve our problems based upon the way we think of ourselves. From human evolution and genetics to the new science of neuro-cardiology (the bridge between the brain and the heart), recent discoveries have now overturned 150 years of thinking when it comes to us and our relationship to the world. Unfortunately, there is reluctance, and sometimes even resistance, to sharing these discoveries in mainstream media, classrooms and textbooks. And this is why I’m so excited to share these discoveries with you, directly!

Now we know, for example, that our bodies are literally “wired” to give us extraordinary and mystic-like capabilities that may have appeared rare in the past—the very abilities that help us to embrace change in a healthy way. The research suggests that what we’ve typically thought of as “extraordinary” capabilities, however, are really ordinary abilities that have become dormant over time. We also know that each person has a unique key that unlocks their personal code when it comes to awakening these abilities. The best science of today paves the way to do just that, and leads us directly to empowering capabilities of deep intuition and direct knowing on-demand, pre-cognition (knowing future events before they happen), a rapid “hot-line” access to healthy subconscious beliefs, the awakening of super-learning, a super-enhanced immune system, the triggering of anti-aging hormones at any age, and the resilience to thrive in times of change!

The recent discoveries that I mention above echo the core principles of our most ancient and Buddha Meditatingcherished spiritual traditions. They confirm that we’re deeply connected with our bodies, with one another and the world. They also show us that history is cyclic, that the cycles repeat, and that we’re living cycles of climate change, economic cycles and conflict that have happened in the past. Maybe the most important revelation of the recent discoveries is the discovery that Nature is based upon cooperation and mutual aid, and not the competition and conflict that we’ve been led to believe in the past. It’s these discoveries, and our ability to apply them in our everyday lives, that give us the reasons to be optimistic about our world, and empower us to thrive in our lives.

-Greg Braden
Missing Links series

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Posted by | Paul Reynolds
In addition to teaching yoga on the Island of Kauai, Paul is the facilitator of the Living the Question Blog - a repository of wisdom and inspiration. Paul also produces and hosts the weekly Le Guru is You Radio Show, showcasing everyday gurus.

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