When we breathe more slowly, we breathe less frequently—we breathe less. It’s obvious that “less” is going to play a defining role in the next stage of our evolution as a species.
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Crawling out of the head
Based on the planetary evidence, humans are at the nadir of their thinking phase. From this low point we see the impossibility of using thought to solve problems that thought has created. Simultaneously, we’re aware that consciousness, the divine intelligence, has no thought process.
The first absurdity
The universe has been evolving for 14 billion years. “As for man, his days are like grass; he flourishes like a flower of the field; for the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more.”
No doubt about it: The first absurdity is anger.
The arising consciousness
We’re now in the midst of an evolutionary growth spurt. It is the right time to remind ourselves of how evolution works—three steps forward, two steps back. Two major developments have occurred with incredible speed. First, the planet, after a long period of requesting our attention, has commanded it. And second, we’re looking at one another differently now. This re-visioning is our most urgent necessity.
A new world
There’s talk about things getting back to normal. Let’s hope that never happens.