Above is the Visitor Map of this site in the beginning of February 2015. It is nice to look at it. Not only, because is shows how many visitors come to this site, but it shows so clearly that we are all in the same boat.
In the 2012 Online Movie is a clip of Ian Xel Lungold’s presentation about the basics of the Mayan calendar, and their predictions of the Consciousness Evolution. From human civilization’s viewpoint the consciousness evolution started as family consciousness was evolving among apes 41 million years ago. It was followed by tribal consciousness, cultural consciousness, national consciousness etc. The presentation about the consciousness evolution shows how we have over time begun to draw borders to heighten our own interest group.
Consciousness evolution is accelerating towards the end of the cycles. Over millennia and centuries the creation achieved in earlier cycles needed shorter time from newer generations. At this time we are living through a period where the acceleration is extreme: The creation which before 1999 needed 20 years needed only one year after that. During the cycle of universal consciousness, which according to the Maya Calendar begun on February 10th, 2011 one year changed to 20 days. We can all see this acceleration in the happenings around the world today. Hardly the world leaders can keep up with the changing time.
People living at the level of ego-consciousness are desperately trying to make today’s world fit into the framework of the passing world. Some politicians say that democracy is acting against itself when it allows people to act freely according to own inner impulses. They feel forced to take the freedoms away from people, especially the freedom of speech in order to bring “hate speech” and acts of terrorism to an end.
The European Court of Human Rights
This was said by a person who highly values her own freedom. Nobody who has been brought up in a free democracy wants own human rights to be taken away.
I got my first proper Internet connection in 1999, after which I could freely participate in online discussions. The first years were time of rapid mental growth, when I digested the new Internet culture. I noticed in what kind of an illusory world I had been living before that.
Sometimes the discussions made me feel horrible and it was absolutely incomprehensible for me, how could some people think as they did. I often had the feeling that my own life quality was declining when I read opinions of anonymous people. The thoughts often provoked a shaking emotional reaction in me, which made my hair stand on end and the feeling of distress lasted several days. Despite of the bad feelings I felt that I got closer to people, because I believed that the opinions of the anonymous people I had read on the Internet represented people I met in the outside world.
Today I am even happy that I had to go through those anxious experiences, because they helped me advance in my spiritual path. Nowadays when I stumble upon opinions that substantially differ from my own thoughts it’s like water off a duck’s back. It doesn’t mean that I don’t care what other people think, but I don’t have the attitude that I should impose my opinions on other people and make them think like I do. The only thing I can do is to be honest especially with myself and describe my own reality and why I think what I think.
Other people are like me: independently thinking people, who are more or less vulnerable to manipulation and who have own path in life to go. If their opinions are completely different than mine it means only that our consciousness is different. It is not a question of right or wrong, but that both listen to their own heart and are honest with themselves. It is sure that at some point everyone faces the realities of life and must consider carefully, what brings life forward. It is important that this process can advance on its own terms.
I think that hate speech and acts of terrorism don’t require any special measures. That is because our common universal consciousness is holographic by nature. In 2012 Online Movie Gregg Braden shows with help of a Mandelbrot fractal what this practically means: every one of us influences our common universal consciousness with own attitudes, actions, thoughts and emotions. We can practically lighten other people’s burden by meditating and praying for each other. Important is that we don’t contaminate our consciousness with feelings of hate and fear, which are low and slow frequencies. They have direct effect in our physical being and reduce our chance for constructive co-operation with other people.
Videos:in5d: 2012 Online-Movie
Benoit Mandelbrot: Fractals – Hunting The Hidden Dimension
The Amazing Mandelbrot Set tutorial