introduction

Without any doubt as beings living on the planet Earth we are inseparable from nature and its rules which require us to live in harmony and fellowship with each other and with what surrounds us. And it has been this way for thousands of years, although many mysteries and gaps in our understanding still remain about the appearance and the purpose of a life form that is a human being.
It appears that pre-modern civilizations were much more in tune with the laws of the universe and their own place within it, something that is lacking now when we seem to believe that we can squeeze it all into our dogmas and impose authority over nature. Even widely accepted theories such as that of Darwin’s work on biological evolution do not answer all the questions, and even raise new ones or seem to controversially clash with some of the archeological artifacts of great civilizations which can be dated back to 200,000 years ago (for example, Adam’s Calendar, Puma Punku ).
New interesting research and theories are emerging such as the work of Bruce Lipton  which lead to new ways of thinking and point to the interconnectedness of all that is.

Seeing the state of our planet and environment as they are today makes the notion that  humans have a dominion over nature appear questionable at best. It seems that in the  process of our technological advancements we have forgotten that we cannot exist separately from the planet and the environment. These challenges point out that it is high time that we remember our mission and responsibilities as guardians and intrinsic members of the planet Earth.

 

“To see things in the seed, that is genius.”
-Lao Tzu

Links and names or modern thinkers for further research:
Bruce Lipton – www.brucelipton.com
Gregg Braden – www.greggbraden.com
Rupert Sheldrake – www.sheldrake.org
Lynne McTaggart – www.lynnemctaggart.com

Buckminster Fuller – www.bfi.org dandelion
Tons Brunés
Nikola Tesla

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