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VIDEO: Conscious Apocalypse: Outliving Our Ruling Institutions By Dr.Craig Chalquist

Paradigm Shifts And Tipping Points, Part 1, By Gary Stamper

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There are a lot of people who still believe and teach that anyone can be rich if they are willing to work hard enough. That if we have the right attitude, if we just do the right things, and that if we’re willing to do “what it takes,” and know how to game the system, that we, too, can have it all. But what many of us are beginning to wake up to is that the current monetary and economic paradigm only works with winners and losers. It creates scarcity and separation and it’s never been more obvious than it is today with more and more money and resources concentrated into fewer and fewer hands…leaving on the other side, more and more people struggling to live – survive, including children – on less and less. Winners and losers.

. . . → Read More: Paradigm Shifts And Tipping Points, Part 1, By Gary Stamper

The Really Big Transition: Saying Goodbye To The Enlightenment, Saying Hello To Consciousness, By Carolyn Baker

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In the twenty-first century, industrial civilization is crumbling around us, and we are compelled to notice that a number of Enlightenment assumptions no longer apply or at the very least, have outlived their utility in a world unraveling. One of these is the notion that the universe is rational and orderly. The word that perhaps best describes the current era is chaos. So does this mean that reason is dead, and chaos reigns? Does it mean that we must choose which of the two is actually true, despite what our instincts tell us? . . . → Read More: The Really Big Transition: Saying Goodbye To The Enlightenment, Saying Hello To Consciousness, By Carolyn Baker

Wake Up! Our World Is Dying, And We’re All In Denial, By Mary Pipher

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After years of being a therapist and a mother, I’ve learned that shouting “wake up” doesn’t work. One of my most dispiriting realizations was that while I wanted desperately to preserve the world I loved, I didn’t even know how to share this fact with my closest friends. . . . → Read More: Wake Up! Our World Is Dying, And We’re All In Denial, By Mary Pipher

Climbing The Ladder Of Awareness, By Paul Chefurka

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When it comes to our understanding of the unfolding global crisis, each of us seems to fit somewhere along a continuum of awareness that can be roughly divided into five stages: . . . → Read More: Climbing The Ladder Of Awareness, By Paul Chefurka

How Fascism Will Come, By Terry Ehret

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“When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross.” —attributed to Sinclair Lewis . . . → Read More: How Fascism Will Come, By Terry Ehret

Who’s Kidding Whom? Is Sustainable Development Compatible With Western Civilization? By Peter Russell

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It’s our current mode of consciousness that is unsustainable. It leads to short-term needs that are intrinsically incompatible with the long-term needs of future generations. This is the underlying reason why current business practices, economies and societies are unsustainable. If we are to develop truly sustainable policies we must change not only our behavior but the mode of consciousness that underlies them. . . . → Read More: Who’s Kidding Whom? Is Sustainable Development Compatible With Western Civilization? By Peter Russell