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A Spiritual Perspective on Where We Are

A Spiritual Perspective on Where We Are

We are living in times of extraordinary change at a number of  levels, and so it is perhaps not surprising that many people are confused and, quite frankly, overwhelmed by what is going on around them. At a physical, third-dimension (3D) level, we see political upheaval – the focus being on the US right now – and we see the fear and uncertainty caused by the Covid virus. In UK we also see implications of Brexit becoming clearer. It all adds up to chaos. And yet, we are told by spiritual counsellors, that chaos is an integral part of the process of transformation, that we have to smash the old in order to re-build in the new. At a spiritual level, we are leaving 3D behind and raising our frequencies to rise up to 4D and 5D – and, at a personal level too we are going through this process of fear and uncertainty; chaos and change. It is uncomfortable, painful even, as we leave behind all that we knew, all that was so familiar, and step into the unknown with only trust and the promise of much better things to guide us. We are moving into a New Age,...

Question: Where would you find BLM between the Dalai Lama and Eckhart Tolle?

Question: Where would you find BLM between the Dalai Lama and Eckhart Tolle?

Answer:  in the Watkins Mind Body Spirit magazine’s list of  “The 100 most spiritually influential living people in 2021”. There are three criteria taken into account when compiling this list: 1.   The person has to be alive as of January 1sst 2021 2.  The person has to have made a unique and spiritual contribution on a global scale 3.  The person is frequently googled; appears in Nielsen Data; has a Wikipedia page; and is actively talked about throughout the Internet. Top of the list, as THE most spiritually influential living person in 2021 is Pope Francis. Sitting at number 2 in the chart is the Dalai Lama. And at number 3, just above Eckhart Tolle and Desmond Tutu is ….. Black Lives Matter. I had to read that twice.  Black Lives Matter is a movement, not an individual. The front page of the BLM official website invites you to “Join the Movement to fight for Freedom, Liberation and Justice”. As one of the criteria for selection is having a Wikipedia page, I checked that too – this is how it starts: Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a decentralized political and social movement protesting against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people.[2][3][4][5][6] While there are specific organizations like...