By jona bryndis, Sep 28 2018 06:13AM
We’ve all seen a lot of changes – no matter which generation we belong to. Since the last century the world we live in is in the midst of an unprecedented transformation process. Yet, for the anticipated paradigm shift we still have a few correction processes ahead. What kind of people do we need to change our human values from techno worship, consumerism, exploitation of our planet and dehumanizing wars and businesses to acknowledging the true value of global consciousness, synergy and high vibrational values? What kind of generation will it take to actualize Global Awakening? Are we prepared to handle the so-called Global Awakening?
More than any generations before our future generations will be faced with highly interconnected problems that require much more synergetic strategies than we have been able to implement yet. They will be faced with having to find higher vibratory solutions for:
* Making Water, Energy and Food supplies globally accessible
* Solving Overpopulation and Pollution issues
* Renewing our Financial and Economy System
* Redefining Ethics and Integrity of Technology and Science
* Changing our Educational and Support Systems
* Transcending Gender, Ethnic, Social, Political, and Economical Superiorism and Division
* Integrating Consciousness and Spirituality
So, here we are, looking at the feasibility of future problems...do you still believe that the values we were raised with are sufficient to manifest these new values that are needed to really transform our global societies (without a major apocalyptic event)? I don't think so! Paradigm change means that we have to change the way we understand the world, people, planet, economy, technology and human consciousness. Why don't we just accept that our future generations need different skills, different ways of approaching problems and different ways of processing information!
Since many of us are going to be around a bit longer it may be worthwhile to reflect on our part in the Global Awakening Phenomenon. So, let's take a critical look at how we are handling our higher values, aspirations, hopes and visions of the future, and examine how we can support our future generations instead of making fun of them...