"Love all, serve all, help ever, hurt never" are the well-known words imparted by the spiritual leader and guru Satya Sai Baba. Though his physical body passed away in 2011, his spirit lives on; through the text contained within Climate Change, Messages of Hope, the author furthers Baba's message-one that humankind dearly needs to hear in such uncertain times: We are connected to all, and all is connected to us. In these days of upheaval, one only has to lift their eyes for a moment to see the signs of turmoil and change: waters are rising, fault-lines are shifting, and species are disappearing. What is occurring without is occurring within; we as individuals are also changing-and we can evolve for the better in the areas of compassion, mindfulness, and healing. Indeed, if we take care to attune ourselves, we can connect with the vibrations of the very earth on which we stand, and promote healing for ourselves and others as we work through our own karmic balance together. Through 108 selections of text that were spiritually imparted to the author by the guru Satya Sai Baba during daily meditation sessions, the reader will be compelled to deeply explore the benefits of compassion for self and others and the need for the spiritual evolution of Earth's inhabitants. Within these pages, one has the precious and honourable opportunity to consider the future of life on this planet and beyond....
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About the Author
Since the first glimmers of the twenty-first century, author Laura Wiens has been channeling messages from her spiritual leader Satya Sai Baba from whom she received instruction for over two decades. The daughter of a Mennonite bishop, Ms. Wiens was, from childhood, instructed in the path of Christianity, but still her heart and mind sought a deeper understanding of a harmonious and inclusive spiritual truth. After over twenty years of seeking, she was introduced to the teachings of the one who would become her guru. Soon she traveled to India, and it was here that she found her truth; she has since embraced the one religion-the religion of Love. She currently lives in Saskatoon, Canada, and enjoys the solitude and inspiration found in her writing studio which overlooks a river and five bridges. As she contemplates each unique sunset, she meditates upon the nature of ebb and flow and the eternal cycles of life....