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A handbook for conscious change that could transform the current world crisis into planetary renewal

• Outlines the problems that make today’s world prone to breakdown and suggests actions we must adopt in politics, business, and everyday life

• Replaces the limited consciousness of our failing society with the holistic consciousness that is rooted in the Akashic field

The deepening economic crisis and the threat posed by climate change and other social and ecological trends has caused many to despair. But with great danger comes great opportunity--the opportunity for fundamental change that will transform our societies from top to bottom. In WorldShift 2012, Ervin Laszlo brings together insights for creating sustainable positive change from spiritual leaders, scientists, and visionary businesspeople--people such as Albert Einstein, Mohammad Yunus, Václav Havel, Eckhart Tolle, Ken Wilber, David Korten, Paul Hawken, and Tomoyo Nonaka, former CEO of Sanyo Electronics. He shows how we can replace the limited consciousness of our failing society with the holistic consciousness that is reflected in the unified field of quantum physics: the Akashic field.

We have an opportunity to move from the current political and business model of grow or die to a sustainable world respectful of human beings, nature, and the planet. Change on this level calls for a profound shift in consciousness and a clear understanding that--as cutting-edge physics shows--we are truly connected with each other and with the cosmos. This book presents clear evidence of this connectedness and describes the tools we need to make our world greener and our planet safer as we strive to realize the holistic consciousness of connection through the Akashic field.
Published: Inner Traditions on Jun 25, 2009
ISBN: 9781594779817
List price: $14.95
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Humanists will love this book and feel like it presents "the answer" to the problems faced by the global community. Persons of faith will note the total dependence on human effort and design and the belief in the perfectibility of humanity (through evolution of consciousness) and probably dismiss it outright. While there are some good points made, it presumes a faith in humanity that I do not share since I firmly believe in the sin nature and the necessity for God alone to overcome the sin nature through Christ's redemptive actions.read more
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Humanists will love this book and feel like it presents "the answer" to the problems faced by the global community. Persons of faith will note the total dependence on human effort and design and the belief in the perfectibility of humanity (through evolution of consciousness) and probably dismiss it outright. While there are some good points made, it presumes a faith in humanity that I do not share since I firmly believe in the sin nature and the necessity for God alone to overcome the sin nature through Christ's redemptive actions. Also - judging from the fact that I am the first reviewer and this book isn't being read, the need for a critical mass of humanity to adopt their suggestions seems highly unlikely.read more
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Humanists will love this book and feel like it presents "the answer" to the problems faced by the global community. Persons of faith will note the total dependence on human effort and design and the belief in the perfectibility of humanity (through evolution of consciousness) and probably dismiss it outright. While there are some good points made, it presumes a faith in humanity that I do not share since I firmly believe in the sin nature and the necessity for God alone to overcome the sin nature through Christ's redemptive actions.
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Humanists will love this book and feel like it presents "the answer" to the problems faced by the global community. Persons of faith will note the total dependence on human effort and design and the belief in the perfectibility of humanity (through evolution of consciousness) and probably dismiss it outright. While there are some good points made, it presumes a faith in humanity that I do not share since I firmly believe in the sin nature and the necessity for God alone to overcome the sin nature through Christ's redemptive actions. Also - judging from the fact that I am the first reviewer and this book isn't being read, the need for a critical mass of humanity to adopt their suggestions seems highly unlikely.
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