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Ervin Laszlo, twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, is editor of the international periodical World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution and the founder and president of the international think tanks the Club of Budapest, the World Wisdom Council, and the General Evolution Research Group. He is the author of 85 books, translated into 22 languages, and he lives in Tuscany.
“WorldShift is about an outer world built on inner realization. The higher consciousness that has been evolving through human beings for centuries is seeding a garden of hope and promise. Ervin Laszlo maps this new world and its promise—no one I know is more acutely attuned to it.”
“Something is going to happen in 2012, but what that will be is up to us. That is why WorldShift 2012 is so significant as a handbook for this great change—it is the kind of positive cocreative script the world needs in order to conclude and regenerate the cycle on a successful evolutionary note.”
“This book will help us to evaluate the current situation of our planet and to find the path we must take.”
". . . a challenge for readers to update their ethics and evolve their consciousness in order to achieve 'syntony'—being tuned in to the surrounding world."
"[Laszlo] gives us a practical and achievable way to make our world greener and our planet safer by shifting our consciousness towards this view."
"Forewords by Deepak Chopra and Mikhail Gorbachev, as well as quotes from other visionaires such as Ekhart Tolle, Paul Hawken, and Albert Einstein, augment WorldShift 2012's message that we can no longer continue with 'business as usual.'"