We’ve been bombarded with images and catch phrases heralding a new era for a number of decades now. From marketed scientific publications like the Aquarian Conspiracy to the blue environmentally pagan humanoids of Avatar to the end of the world apocalypse that Hollywood envisioned as the running out of the Mayan calendar, we’ve been up to our keisters in pop culture interpretations of the changing consciousness brought by a relentless new age spirituality for almost as long as I’ve been alive.
And way longer than that in the esoteric literature from Europe.
Some portray this as an inevitable product of the cosmic cycles of consciousness that are moving us dramatically towards the third millennium. Others say it’s all the destiny outlined in Revelations in the Bible. Still others that it’s all the product of the endless cycles of birth and death being acted out on a global scale.
A lot of room for interpretation and speculation, isn’t there? Which is why it’s important, here in the middle of the thing, to try to do something and not just speculate.
Putting the New Consciousness into Practice, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.