The Aware Show

Hello to all my friends……………

I have been listening to a series of talks with different luminaries and authors via a teleseminar on The Aware Show which is hosted by Lisa Garr.

The conversation on this particular teleseminar was with prominent geologist, Gregg Braden, and was one of the most relevant conversations that can be had today.

Gregg is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality.

He spoke about the importance of earth cycles and how we are living at the end of a 5,125-year cycle, according to the Mayan calendar, and that the year 2012 is not an end, like a lot of people believe, but a beginning of a new cycle. During the discussion Gregg confirmed that world climates are cyclical and the current changes in the weather patterns are an indication of the start of the new cycle.

Lisa’s discussion with Gregg caused me to think about our relationship to the world and other people differently.  What he said just made so much sense to me.

It was previously thought that civilisation began about 5 000 years ago…..

On the call, Gregg spoke about civilizations that have recently been discovered through archeological digs in several places around the world. These digs show evidence of civilizations that existed as long as 11,350 years ago – civilizations that had no evidence of weapons, walls, motes or anything that symbolized unrest. These civilizations were the ones who were self-sustaining and lasted for thousands of years.

The main point to be taken from the interview is it’s the way we TREAT one another during this time of change and the CHOICES WE MAKE that will make the difference in our current global situation.

Somewhere along the way, we have lost the insight and conscious awareness of working in harmony with the earth and nature, and we must radically change the way we think about our world, ourselves, and our past.

Makes you think, doesn’t it?

Until next time……….

Love, light and hugs,



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