What do we do while we are sleeping? Many people believe we set about planning our next day, and there is growing support for this theory. The premise is that humans mentally sort out their experiences at night. This process includes strategizing the direction of the new day.
One night about a year or so ago, a young boy by the name of Jason became aware that he had his very own angel. It happened just after Jason and his mom had said good night to one another. Jason said his prayers and pulled his colorful new quilt up to his chest.
Earth School is a training ground for awakening masters. Over the ages, only a few at a time have graduated from this school into peace, oneness, omniscience, omnipotence, and all that is outside of time.
Out of the chaos of modern Cairo came a new light into the lives of its people. The hands reached out to us. We thought they wanted baksheesh — tips or handouts — for whatever service or ware they offered.
Way back when I was still living in Mount Shasta, I had a powerful dream that has never left me. The dream was so surreal and odd — and familiar — that I never thought to share it until now. Let’s face it: It is hard for us visionaries out in the world. We are either labeled psychos or geniuses.
Have you noticed that many children’s tales end with a victory of the heart? The heroes — after following a tortuous path of struggles, dreams, and hopes — always manage to fulfill their heart’s desires, sometimes while discovering them at the same time.
Time is an interesting phenomenon, especially now. Have you noticed that it seems like your day is over before it has even begun, and that time seems to be a fleeting thing? Nature sets the course of time, and we measure time based on the rotation of the Earth and its orbit around the Sun.
This is an excerpt from the new book Birth 2012 and Beyond: Humanity's Great Shift Toward the Age of Conscious Evolution by Barbara Marx Hubbard and the Welcoming Committee, and is reprinted with permission of Shift Books, copyright 2012.