This is a hard to take, yet so glaringly true

A human life is nothing in itself, it is part of a family tree. We are continuously living the ancestral life, reaching back for centuries, we are satisfying the appetites of unknown ancestors, nursing instincts which we think are our own, but which are quite incompatible with our character.

We are not living our own lives, we are paying the debts of our forefathers.

C. G. Jung

Spontaneous Evolution by Bruce H. Lipton and Steve Bhaerman

I was kind of “directed” to this book. Indeed, Spontaneous Evolution is incredibly valuable and pertinent, questioning our deepest beliefs: “what if everything we know is wrong?”.

It describes thoroughly that The Stories of our ancestors who have modelled this world are basically obsolete and outdated.

I was incredibly grateful to read that what I have been saying for the last 20 years has finally been expressed by someone else:

THE MADNESS WE SEE AROUND US IS THE SECONDARY PRODUCT OF TRYING TO LIVE A NEWTONIAN EXISTENCE, IN AN EINSTEINIAN WORLD.

The required paradigm for building a new civilization from the ashes of the old is exactly this:

Individually and collectively, we urgently need  A NEW STORY.

In Steve´s words, each moment is a choice: “Am I feeding the old story – the limitation story – or am I feeding This New Story that´s being born?”

You may be interested to watch this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0D923bV-7Q

Some words by Ben Okri

“I grew up in a tradition where there are simply more dimensions to reality: legends and myths and ancestors and spirits and death … Which brings the question: what is reality? Everyone’s reality is different. For different perceptions of reality we need a different language.

We like to think that the world is rational and precise and exactly how we see it, but something erupts in our reality which makes us sense that there’s more to the fabric of life. I’m fascinated by the mysterious element that runs through our lives. Everyone is looking out of the world through their emotion and history. Nobody has an absolute reality.”