Humanifesto: a Guide to Primal Reality in an Era of Global Peril

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Humanifesto is about the inner game; it is about what YOU can bring to this profound shift in the nature of civilization and culture. For that is what our circumstances demand of us. And that profound shift in civilization and culture is impossible without a profound shift in consciousness.
Humanifesto includes both practical techniques for the journey of self-discovery and a bold agenda for collective social action.
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Overview

Humanifesto is about the inner game; it is about what YOU can bring to this profound shift in the nature of civilization and culture. For that is what our circumstances demand of us. And that profound shift in civilization and culture is impossible without a profound shift in consciousness.
Humanifesto includes both practical techniques for the journey of self-discovery and a bold agenda for collective social action.
Our way of life is unsustainable. We are destroying the natural order upon which we depend for our physical existence. Our governance has failed protect us or our world from our own ignorance. Governments no longer serves the common good, they has been subverted to indulge the voracious appetites of corporations. We are lost.
And just as we have lost our sense of oneness with the life of the planet all around us, we have also lost our sense of oneness with the divine reality within us. Neither religious fanaticism nor soulless materialism nourish our beings. All sentient life calls for a new humanism, with which to redeem the past and rescue the future by revitalizing the now. It is our primal reality we must call upon to birth a new civilization from the singularity which we have created for ourselves. Our primal reality is not savagery or selfishness or survival of the cruelest; our primal reality is unconditional love and impeccable clarity of mind. And it is accessible to us here and now. Humanifesto ("Y-O-U manifesto") is a guide to how to live and be the change we seek in this era of planetary peril.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477509494
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/28/2012
  • Pages: 96
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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