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Statt die Welt zu verändern,
ändere dich selbst.

Dr. David R. Hawkins, Quelle unbekannt

 

 

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Die Welt verändern?

Hawkins befürwortet in der Regel nicht die verschiedenen Ansätze zur Weltverbesserung und des weltlichen Aktivismus. Für die Wahrheit einzutreten, die es vom Irrtum zu unterscheiden gilt, heißt eine karmische Gelegenheit wahrzunehmen. Der Versuch, die Welt zu verändern, bedeutet, sie mit Zwang kontrollieren zu wollen. Wer sich spirituell auf die Gottheit ausrichtet – mit der Intention als Instrument – handelt im Bereich der Wirkmacht. Hawkins gibt Folgendes zu bedenken:

Du bist für deinen Einsatz verantwortlich, nicht für dessen Ergebnis, denn das Ergebnis hängt von einer Vielzahl von Faktoren ab, die Äonen von Zeit umspannen.

Die Welt ist vollkommen – Eintreten für Werte

Humanismus (BW 400er) und humanitäre Hilfe und Intervention drücken eine positive Haltung aus mit der Absicht, sich zum Wohl der Mitmenschen zu engagieren.
Echtes Liebendsein (BW 500er) und gar bedingungslose Liebe und Vergebung für alle Wesen auf Erden ist ein Seinszustand ohne Emotionalismus oder Sentimalität, den nur etwa 5 Prozent der Weltbevölkerung dauerhaft erfahren. Er bewegt sich in einem ungleich kraftvolleren Feld, das stärkeren Einfluss auf die Entwicklung des Weltgeschehens hat und die vorhandene Negativität in der Welt ausgleicht.

 

  1. Der aktuelle Zustand der Welt ist stets eine vollkommene Widerspiegelung dessen, was ist.
  2. Ungeachtetdessen empfiehlt Hawkins US-Bürgern, sich politisch zugunsten der Beibehaltung der spirituellen Grundlage der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika zu engagieren, angesichts der Bestrebungen von extremen Gruppen, die den Teil der Ersten Gesetzesänderung der US-amerikanischen Verfassung auszuhebeln versuchen, der dem Kongress nicht das Recht gewährt, Gesetze zu erlassen, welche die freie öffentliche Ausübung von Religionen untersagt.
    Den scheinbaren Widerspruch zwischen Fall 1 und Fall 2 erklärt Hawkins so:
Ein Mensch ist, was er ist um seiner selbst willen.
Er engagiert sich um einer Sache willen zum Wohl des Ganzen, nicht indem er darauf aus ist, andere zu kontrollieren beziehungsweise ein bestimmtes Ergebnis herbeizuführen. Er tritt öffentlich für seine Überzeugung ein. Die Mitmenschen in der nahen und fernen Umgebung werden entweder mitziehen oder nicht.

Integrität als Standard des neuen Paradigmas – inkraft seit 1987


Reliefglobus (3D-Oberfläche)

Im Seminar Valid Teachers and Teachings am 5. November 2005 sprach Hawkins darüber, dass persönliche Integrität an die Wahrnehmungskapazität des persönlichen Bewusstseinsniveaus gebunden ist. Hawkins bestätigte Ramana Maharshis Hinweis, dass es zwecklos sei, sich über den Zustand der Welt zu beklagen, sich einzumischen oder etwas dagegen zu unternehmen, weil die von uns wahrgenommene Welt als solche nicht wirklich existiere. Er erklärte, dass diese Aussage nur stimmig sei für Personen, die auf der 700er-Ebene schwingen. Jemand, der auf der Ebene der Neutralität schwingt, nimmt die Welt als real wahr. Für ihn wäre es ein spiritueller Irrtum, nichts zu unternehmen, um der Welt zu helfen. Es ist seine karmische Pflicht zu handeln.

 

Mahatma Gandhi BW 760 trat angesichts des Britischen Kolonialreichs [BW 175] für seine Wahrheit ein, ohne sich vor den Konsequenzen zu drücken, die ihm insgesamt acht Jahre Gefängnisaufenthalt bescherten. Spirituelle Stärke ist eine Herzensangelegenheit, führt Hawkins aus.

Bewusstseinswerte von Ländern weltweit – D. Hawkins

Bewusstseinswerte-Übersicht (weltweit):
Zivilisationen, Staatenverbünde, Nationen, Staaten und Städte
BWLandStand
Zeitraum
Bemerkung
520Ganges2004Verschmutzter heiliger Fluss in Indien
510Lourdes2004Katholischer Wallfahrts- und Kraftort in Frankreich, notierte Wunderheilungen
510Macchu Picchu Ruinenstadt der Inka, Kraftort in Peru
440Stadtstaat SingapurJanuar 2006Regiert von einem wohlwollenden alleinherrschenden Staatsoberhaupt1 2
425Toronto2004Stadt in Kanada
415
175
Bethlehem, Israel
Bethlehem, Westjordanland
2004Geburtsort von Jesus3
[Status Jahr 0]
[Status 20./21. Jahrhundert]
415Kanada2004 
410+/-Großbritannien2005Mögliche Messkombinationen:
mit/ohne Nordirland, Commonwealth, Vereinigtes Königreich, Großbritannien, England
410Australien2004 
405Niederlande2005 
400Bundesrepublik Deutschland2004
Vor 1989
Wiedervereinigter Status
Westdeutschland zzt. des Kalten Kriegs
400Schweiz2004 
400Norwegen2004 
400Finnland2004 
400Südkorea2004 
400Hongkong2004Administrative Region der VR China
385
300
1504-175
China2007
2004
1943-1976
Diktatorische Regierung von Mao Zedong [BW 185] (1893-1976)
195
150
Chinesische RegierungNach den Reformen
Vor den Reformen
 
385Schweden2004 
380+/-Europäische Staaten2004Gesamt
380Italien2004 
360Ostküste2005Region der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika
355Europa2004Gesamtes geografisches Gebiet
des Kontinents Europa
ausgenommen der EU-Staaten
355Zentralamerika2004 
355Indien2004 
355Japan2004 
350Skandinavien52004Durchschnitts-BW
Dänemark, Norwegen, Schweden
350?Dänemark2004 
330Dharamsala ['Haus des Dharma': Pilgerherberge]2004Wohnstätte des 14. Dalai Lama im Exil, Ort mit etwa 19.000 Einwohnern im indischen Bundesstaat Himachal Pradesh, Verwaltungssitz des Distrikts Kangra, seit 1852, Indien6
320Lhasa2004Hauptstadt des Autonomen Gebiets Tibet der Volksrepublik China7
310
305
FrankreichAb 2004
Vor 2004
 
305Mexico City2004Hauptstadt von Mexiko
300Mexiko2004 
300Portugal2004 
300Spanien2004 
300Griechenland2004 
300Ägypten2004 
300Bolivien2004 
300Brasilien2004 
300
255
Kuba (Volk)~2010
2004
Nach dem Regime von Fidel Castro (1926-2016)
Während Castros Regime8
290Antikes AtlantisHöchster Wert eines untergegangenen politischen SystemsHistorische Zivilisation9
270Westliche ZivilisationGefallen und geprüft durch moralischen RelativismusModerne Zivilisation10
255Irland2004 
255Island2004 
255Antikes Griechenland8.-6 Jhdt. v. Chr. bis 146 v. Chr. / Ende der Antike ~600 n. Chr.Historische Zivilisation
245Türkei2004 
225Medina ["Stadt des Propheten"]2004Zweitwichtigste heilige Stadt des Islam im westlichen Saudi-Arabien11
210Prärieindianer (Amerika) Antike historische Zivilisation
206
198
Menschheit insgesamt
Menschheit minus die tausend höchstschwingenden Personen weltweit
2011-2012[Status 2008]12
205Mekka [Mekka, die Ehrwürdige]2004Geburtsstadt des Propheten Mohammeds, heiligste Stadt des Islam, Hauptstadt der Provinz Mekka in der Region Hedschas im westlichen Saudi-Arabien13
205Europäische Union (EU)142004Staatenverbund aus 27 europäischen Staaten,
Umfasst eine halbe Milliarde Einwohner
205Nepal2004 
205Altes Ägypten~4000-3032 v. Chr. bis 332 v. Chr. (1.-31. Dynastie)Antike historische Zivilisation
202Römisches Reich8. Jahrhundert v. Chr. bis 7. Jahrhundert n. Chr.Antike historische Zivilisation
202Neuguinea2004 
200Tibet2004 
200Russland2004 
200Mandschurei2004 
195Südafrika2004 
190Britisches ImperiumEnde des 16. Jhdts. bis Mitte des 20. Jhts. während/nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg
Beendet mit der Übergabe Hong Kongs 1997
Jüngeres historisches Weltreich, führende Kolonialmacht15
175-195Polen2004 
190Israel2004 
190Palästina2004 
190Balkan2004 
185-190Iran2004 
185Niger2004 
180
170
Naher Osten2005
2004
 
180Kuba2004 
185Kubanisches Regime (1976-2008)2004Unter Fidel Castro [BW 445→180] (1926-2016)
175Saudi-Arabien2004 
175Sizilien
Bundesstaat von Italien
2004 
175
80
Nordkorea2004Nach dem Koreakrieg
Zzt. des Koreakriegs
160UdSSR (Sowjetunion)1917 bis 21. Dezember 1991Jüngstes kommunistisches historisches Imperium16
140Ukraine2004 
140Äthiopien2004 
140Vietnam2005 
120Irak2005 
100Somalia2004 
100Namibia2004 
90Algerien2004 
75Nigeria2004 
70Sudan2004 
70Kenia2004 
65Antikes InkareichFrühes 13. Jhdt. bis 1572 (16. Jhdt.)
Umfasst 200 ethnische Gruppen
Historische Zivilisation17
65Antikes Aztekenreich14. bis frühes 16. Jhdt.Historische Zivilisation
mesoamerikanische Kultur18
55Haiti2004 
40-80Zentralafrika2004 
40Kongo2004 
40Uganda2004 

 

BWLandStand
Zeitraum
Bemerkung
510Unity Village Kraftort in Missouri
445Chicago2005US-Stadt
440Regierung der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika2004 
440Wyoming2005US-Bundesstaat
440Mittlerer Westen der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika2005US-Region
440Phoenix2005US-Stadt
431
420
421
421
420
424
406
412
440
420
Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika (USA)2003
November 2006
Status November 200719
Oktober 2008
Februar 2009
Juli 200920
Oktober 2009
April 201021
26. Mai 201022
November 201023
USA
425Florida2005US-Bundesstaat
415Wisconsin2005US-Bundesstaat
410Ohio2005US-Bundesstaat
405Hawaii2005US-Bundesstaat
405Iowa2005US-Bundesstaat
385Texas2005US-Bundesstaat
385

430
245
135
New York City
NYC Stadtviertel:
Upper East Side
West Side
Inner City
2005US-Metropole
380Nord-Dakota2005US-Bundesstaat
350Alabama2005US-Bundesstaat
305Massachusetts2005US-Bundesstaat
280Kalifornien2005US-Bundesstaat
290Westküste der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika2005 
265
190
180
Hollywood1955
2005
2007
US-Filmstadt Nähe L.A.

 

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Only 1000 individuals worldwide raise the overall level of consciousness into the realm of integrity.

While the overall consciousness level of mankind is at 204 (November 2007), if the top one thousand individuals in the world were removed, the level would be at only 198. Compassion for the less evolved motivates society's endless efforts at correction and providing supplementary assistance to the evolutionarily less fortunate. Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 13, Social Survival, S. 269, 2008

 

Quellen: ► Obige Angaben stammen weitgehend aus Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 263, 266-277, 2005,
Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, Kapitel 6, S. 131, 2008
sowie verschiedenen Seminaren von und Radiosendungen mit D. Hawkins.

Zitate zum Thema Welt (ändern) / [Changing the] world

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

 

  • Nur eine Minderheit von Menschen bemüht sich um Selbstverbesserung oder persönliche Entwicklung. Das liegt daran, ungeachtet dessen, wie selbstkritisch man ist, dass man insgeheim glaubt, dass der eigene Weg richtig ist und wahrscheinlich der einzig richtige Weg. Sie sind in Ordnung so wie sie sind, und alle Probleme werden durch den Egoismus, die Unbilligkeit anderer und durch die äußere Welt verursacht. FU Das All-sehende Auge, S. ?, 2005

 

  • Wir verändern die Welt nicht mit dem, was wir sagen oder tun, sondern als Folge dessen, was wir geworden sind. Demzufolge dient jeder spirituelle Aspirant der Welt. FU Das All-sehende Auge, S. ? / S. 69, 2005

 

  • Obgleich die wahrgenommene Welt in Wirklichkeit nicht in einem absoluten Sinn real ist, denken die Menschen doch, sie sei es. OU Das All-sehende Auge, S. 352, 2005

 

  • Es gibt eine unbegrenzte Anzahl von Universen, die in unendlichen Dimensionen bestehen. Die Welt ist nur eine mögliche Ausdrucksweise von Schöpfung, die wir aufgrund der Sichtweise vom menschlichen Standpunkt aus physisch nennen. Da die Welt aus eben diesem Blickwinkel betrachtet wird, mit ihrer angeborenen menschlichen Egozentrik, wird sie für real gehalten und man sieht die anderen Universen als Fantasien oder unwirklich an. Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, Kapitel 15 Karma, S. 354, 2006

 

  • Frage: Was können wir tun, um die Welt zu verändern?
    Antwort: Das erste, was du tun kannst, ist der Welt einen Gefallen zu tun und nicht zu versuchen, sie zu verändern. Verändere dich selbst. Sedona Seminar Identification and Illusion, 3 DVD-Set, 14. August 2004

Quotes by D. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

Personal avowals

  • The thing I had the most problems with was being indignant at non-integrity. You have to give up judgmentalism. The world as it is serves a great purpose because we have the chance to transcend the ego; it's a purgatorial world. Sedona Seminar Emotions and Sensations, 3 DVD set, 17. April 2004

 

  • I don't view the world. Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, 10. January 2007

 

  • A thing [project] gains ground of its own quality. If you put it out there, it comes to its own level of buoyancy without compelling it. If it's prepared and presented with love, that is all you need to do. The rest takes place of its own. Once I have written something, I am done. When you have a vested interest, it’s hard to be objective. Sedona Seminar God vs. Science. Limits of the Mind, 3 DVD set, 17. February 2007
⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • When its your turn to save the world, you'll be notified. [Jokingly.] Source unknown

 

  • You can only do for the world that which you are. Source unknown

 

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Principles and honesty expressed in the world

  • Every civilization is characterized by native principles. If the principles of a civilization are noble, it succeeds; if they are selfish, it falls. As a term, "principles" may sound abstract, but the consequences of principles are quite concrete. If we examine principles we will see that they reside in an invisible realm within consciousness itself. Although we can point out examples of honesty in the world, honesty itself as an organizing principle central to civilization is nowhere independently existent in the external world. True power, then, emanates from consciousness itself; what we see is a visible manifestation of the invisible. Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 8 The Source of Power, S. 133-134, Hay House, February 2002

 

  • Question: What can we actually do to be helpful to the world?
    Answer: Make a gift of your life and lift all mankind by being kind, considerate, forgiving, and compassionate at all times, in all places, and under all conditions, with everyone as well as yourself. That is the greatest gift anyone can give. The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, chapter 17, S. 333, 2001

 

  • The world is actually entertainment. Like amusement, it is meant to be worn lightly. Heaven is within and is revealed by awareness. The world is merely an appearance. Its melodrama is an artifice of the distorted sense of perception. It leads one to think that the world is large, powerful, and permanent and that the Self is small, weak, and transitory; exactly the opposite is true. Without belief in its appearance as defined by perception, the world we thought was real disappears. When one chooses to be at one with the inner, ever present potentiality of joy and peace, the world transforms into a humorous amusement park, and all the drama is seen to be just drama. The option for truth, peace, and joy is always available, although seemingly buried behind an ignorance and nonawareness that results from having chosen other options as a habit of thought. The inner truth reveals itself when all other options are refused by surrender to God. The Eye of the I from Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 49, Veritas Publishing, revised edition 2002

 

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We must be the change we wish to see.

Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi [LoC 760] (1869-1948) Indian sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter

 

 

  • With humility comes the willingness to stop trying to control or change other people or life situations or events ostensibly 'for their own good'. To be a committed spiritual seeker, it is necessary to relinquish the desire to be 'right' or of imaginary value to society. In fact, nobody's ego or belief systems are of any value to society at all. The world is neither good nor bad nor defective, nor is it in need of help or modification because its appearance is only a projection of one's own mind. No such world exists. The Eye of The I From Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 107, 2001

 

  • Question: So What can the spiritual seeker do to be of help to society?
    Answer: To endeavor to evolve spiritually is the greatest gift one can give. It actually uplifts all mankind from within because the nature of power itself. Power radiates and is shared, whereas force is limited, self-defeating, and evanescent. All society is subliminally and subtly influenced by every kind and loving thought, word or deed.
    Every forgiveness is a benefit to everyone. The universe notes and records every action and returns it in kind. Karma is actually the very nature of the universe because of the innate structure and function of the universe itself. In the universe time is measured in eons. Beyond that, it doesn't even exist at all. Every kindness is therefore forever. The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 204, 2001

 

  • In Courage, we see that change for the better is feasible. We stop blaming, hating, and fearing and lift ourselves out of victimhood, weakness, and apathy and strive to make the world better. We give up self-blame and self-pity and affirm the power within us. To reach Truth, we have to accept that mankind has been much in error and that the reason was ignorance. Through understanding, we can learn to become compassionate and seek to recontextualize our relationship to the whole. The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, chapter 14, S. 278, 2001

 

  • Question: But isn't one supposed to take positions in life, such as protesting injustices, etc.?
    Answer: The mind of the aspirant has to bypass and refuse temptations. Later it will be seen that nothing was lost as that temptation was just another illusion. The aspirant gives up the vanities of opinionation and the duties of saving the world. One's spiritual evolution is of greater value to society than any form of doingness. The level of compassion radiates out and contributes silently to mankind's wisdom. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 301, 2003

 

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Worldly success vs. spiritual path

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Common disparity between calibrations of president (1/3), government (1/3), populace (1/3):

Diplomacy example': Fidel Castro [LoC 180] – Castro's regime [LoC 185] (1976-2008) Cuba's populace [LoC 255] [Status 2004]

  • [F]or diplomatic negotiations, it is important to know the calibration level of each of the three components, i.e. the people, the government, and the ruler or leader. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 14 Countries and Politics, S. 275, 2005

 

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Reference to:

Diagnostic Chart of International Relationships

 

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Resolving cultural disparities

 

 

 

  • Question: To choose to pursue Enlightenment is uncommon in our current society, with its emphasis on worldliness and the dominance of the media that in turn focus on the contentious or glamorize the superficial. What true value can be derived from worldly life?
    Answer: The world can be seen as an optimal stimulus for inner growth as it is merely a projection of the ego in overt dramatic expression. It is best to learn from it rather than to be seduced by its illusions or entrapped by them via identification or attachment. The worldly panorama reflects the entire scale of the levels of consciousness in their most overt display. The panorama is like a school of discernment where the extremes serve to reveal the essence that underlies appearance. Discovery of the Presence of God'. Devotional Nonduality', chapter 5 Clarifications'', S. 102, 2007

 

  • Question: How then should one best relate to the world?
    Answer: To be 'in' it but not 'of' it. The world is a means and not an end. Nonattached interaction reveals habitual styles and attitudes that are consequent to inner ego positionalities. It is interesting an educative to note how others relate to the same circumstances. One can experiment with different personality styles and, with flexibility, discover untapped inner resources. This is the classic 'as if' experiment. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, chapter 5 Clarifications, S. 103, 2007

 

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The world's purpose is perfect.

  • Presume that the world's actual 'purpose' is perfect and fully known only to God. See it as neutral overall but with the benefit that it provides optimal opportunity for spiritual growth and the evolution of consciousness. It is a school for the enlightenment and the revelation of Divinity whereby consciousness/awareness reawakens to is Source. Thus, to pursue enlightenment in and of itself serves the world and God. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 168, 2007

 

  • To seriously seek enlightenment is a very strict discipline that therefore eschews the attraction of involvement in supposed spiritual movements that are actually intrinsically political in nature and faction. The attraction of 'changing the world' (for the presumed better, of course) appeals to the naive idealism [LoC 200] of the inner spiritual adolescent and is transcended with maturity. The nature of human life is the automatic consequence of the overall level of human consciousness itself. Therefore, to benefit the world, it is necessary to change not the world but oneself, for what one becomes is influentual by virtue of its essence (nonlinear) and not its actions (limited and linear). The purpose of action is to control others. Force (emotional or otherwise) results in counterforce; power comes from the nonlinear level of consciousness itself. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 200, 2007

 

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Few counterbalance the negativity in the United States:

Without its top 100 highly calibrating inhabitants the overall consciousness level in the United States would drop to 320, without the top 1000 highly calibrating inhabitants it would drop around 200 points.

  • Importantly, the onslaughts of popularized nonintegrity are aimed at and supported by the fifty-five percent of the population in the United States that calibrates below consciousness level 200. However, the level of consciousness of the American population overall still calibrates currently at the level of 421. (It was at 426 but decreased in the Fall of 2006.) The reason for this apparent disparity is that the levels below 200, as can be seen by exponential comparison, are deficient in the power represented by the high calibration levels of those who are integrous. Therefore, the very high level of intrinsic power of only a relatively few members of the population maintains the overall capacity for survival and more than counterbalances the effects of the negative. (For example, if the top one hundred people were removed from the U.S. population, the overall average level of consciousness drops to 320. If the top one thousand are removed, the overall consciousness level drops from 421 to 220.) Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, chapter 13 Social Survival, S. 267, 2008

 

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Overview

Divinity Infinite: Potential – omnipotence
Creation Finite: Manifestation – omnipresence
Consciousness Infinite: Omniscience

  • In quantum mechanics, the active physical world is revealed to be the consequence of the 'collapse of the wave function' from potentiality (wave principle) to physical manifestation as 'particles' via the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, whereby consciousness and intention are the catalysts. This propensity is increased by the calibratable power of the consciousness level of the intention. Inasmuch as the consciousness level of God is infinite and beyond time or limitation, Creation and its evolutionary appearance (emergence) are absolutes. Thus,
    • out of the 'Godhead' of infinite potential by virtue of 'God’s will' (omnipotence)
    • arises the manifestation (omnipresence)
    • and the omniscience of Infinite Consciousness whereby all is known forever.
Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 12 God and Creation in Terms of Modern Science, S. 230, 2008

 

  • There is no point in trying to change the world because "the world you see does not even exist" sounds true at consciousness level 700 but is not actually comprehensible to the average person. Similarly, to "wear the world like a light garment" (St. Francis of Assisi) sounds correct, but just how does one actually do it? Dr. David R. Hawkins, Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 304, 2008

 

  • The world as it is, is perfect for the advancement of human consciousness as it provides maximum opportunity for gaining positive merit and the undoing of the negative via the spiritual options of the will. To see it as such results in gratitude as well as forbearance with seem­ingly negative experiences that involve suffering. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 309, 2008

 

 

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Values reflect desires. – Joy versus pleasure

  • Question: The attractions of the world seem endless. Is it really safe to go there? I often just want to escape.
    Answer: The attractions are not innate to the world, but reflect projected values and the expectation of the payoffs of ego satisfactions. In actuality, joy stems from within and is not dependent on externals. Pleasure is associated with what is valued and esteemed. Much of projected value arises from imagination, and values reflect desires. In reality, nothing is more valuable than anything else other than spiritual fulfillment. Along the Path to Enlightenment. 365 Reflections from David R. Hawkins, edited by Scott Jeffrey, S.104, Reflection of July 12th, January 2011

 

 

 

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Original source:

The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 107, 2001

  • In Reality, everything is automatically manifesting the inherent destiny of its essence; it doesn’t need any external help to do this. With humility, one can relinquish the ego’s self-appointed role as savior of the world and surrender it straight to God. The world that the ego pictures is a projection of its own illusions and arbitrary positionalities. No such world exists. Along the Path to Enlightenment. 365 Reflections from David R. Hawkins, edited by Scott Jeffrey, S. ?, Reflection of April 22nd, January 2011

 

 

 

 

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Serving the world

 

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Attraction of changing the world

Naïve idealism appeals to the inner spiritual adolescent.

  • To seriously seek enlightenment is a very strict discipline that therefore eschews the attraction of involvement in supposed spiritual movements that are actually intrinsically political in nature and factional. The attraction of "changing the world" (for the presumed better, of course) appeals to the naïve idealism of the inner spiritual adolescent and is transcended with maturity. The nature of human life is the automatic consequence of the overall level of human consciousness itself. Therefore, to benefit the world, it is necessary to change not the world but oneself – for what one becomes is influential by virtue of its essence (nonlinear) and not its actions (limited and linear). Dissolving the Ego, Realizing the Self. Contemplations from the Teachings of David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., edited by Scott Jeffrey, S. 199, last quote, Hay House, August 2011

 

  • What we come into the world as, as a result of our past decisions, has a certain configuration. Within the Infinite Field everyone is automatically positioned as a consequence of the Field — not as a consequence of a personal decision. […]
    I see the world as a maximum karmic opportunity to evolve. In our world you have the strata of humanity, from the lowest (people who calibrate at LoC 40) to the highest (people in the high LoC 500s). The purpose of any incarnation is to maximize a karmic opportunity. Interview Power vs. Force, presented by US magazine In Light Times, Kathryn M. Brinkley, November 2004

 

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Democracy and human dignity vs. dictatorships

  • People tend to envy and become hostile towards success. That's the way you defeat yourself. The way to success is to find out what is the source of success and imitate it. Countries that imitate free enterprise and freedom in a democratic government tend to become successively more powerful. Those that are based on dictatorship and the denial of human dignity are temporary. They work for a number of years but then they go down in flames. Audio interview with David R. Hawkins, Radio Interview, presented by US American web radio station Contact Talk Radio, host Cameron Steele and Lucie Minetti, aired 13. May 2003, YouTube film, minute 37:54, 41:15 minutes duration, aired 13. May 2003, posted by LftUP 24. März 2011

 

  • It is a Karmic opportunity to stand for truth; this doesn’t mean you are trying to change the world. The intention is different. To change the world is to control things. [...]
    All you can do is stand up for what you believe in and the consequences are beyond your control. The idea is not to change the world. No. You're not going to change the world. There are many fish in the sea and if one fish makes a change in direction it does not change the sea. Your karmic responsibility is to yourself and in relationship to Divinity, and that's what your concern should be. Audio interview The Meaning and Purpose of Life, presented by suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young, minutes 22:00-33:00, 60 minutes duration, aired 11. January 2005

 

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Note:

Part 1 of 3 Part 2 of 3 Part 3 of 3

  • Oprah Winfrey: One of the things that I love that you say is: "For it's only the illusion of individuality that is the origin of all suffering. When one realizes, that one is the Universe complete and at one with all that is forever without end, then no further suffering is possible." Well, the question is: How do we all begin to realize that? […]
    David Hawkins: Well, you can't transcend the world till you master it. […] First you master the world, then let go of your attachments to it. You let go of the desires and aversions.
    Audio interview with David Hawkins, presented by US American Oprah Winfrey Radio Show, Soul Series, XM Satellite web radio Channel 156, host Oprah Winfrey, Thursday, 31. May 2007

 

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Call for action:

How would politicians act when they knew that there are teams of truth tellers checking their television appearances and reporting their acquired calibration results in an easily and freely accessible periodical?

  • Now you can do something about world peace. Unless you confront falsity [via truth calibrations] it continues on. It [falsity] doesn't disappear until you call it for what it is. We are not calling falsity 'evil' and 'wrong' at all. […] We just need a study, a bulletin, to report on the percentage of the lying of politicians. Audio lecture and Q&A by David R. Hawkins, How to Instantly Tell Truth from Falsehood About Anything, part 5 of 6, presented by Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS), Shiftinaction.com, 17. September 2003, YouTube film, minute 31:33, 17:18 minutes duration, posted 27. March 2011

 

  • When you're attacked, what should your position be? The position should be to stand up for truth, to be answerable and to stand for truth. Whatever the consequences. That's what Mahatma Gandhi [LoC 760] did. […] The context is the power. Power just stands there. It doesn't do anything. […] Being what it is. […]
    Therefore, Gandhi defeated the British Empire [LoC 190] without a shot.
    Gorbaschev [LoC 500] defeated the (communist) Russian monolithic regime, also without firing a shot. Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, DVD 1 of 3, minute 00:45, December 2002

 

  • Karmically, a loss may be the biggest gain of your life. Because the world is what it is, it's the optimum theater for karmic benefit. It's the optimum place for the undoing of negative karma and the gaining of positive karma. Therefore, wanting to change the world doesn't make much sense. Ramana Maharshi says the world you see doesn't even exist. Save yourself the trouble and surrender it to God. So if the purpose of the world is to provide an optimum opportunity for the undoing of negative karma, all your dogooderism [LoC 190] is going to sentence those people to the continuation of bad karma. Sedona Seminar Spiritual Community, DVD 2 of 3, minute 32:15, June 2003

 

  • Surrender the world to God, why? Because people don’t even know what the world is about.
    Why would you want to meddle in something in which you haven’t the slightest idea what it’s all about. [...]
    The purpose of this dimension [...]: this is a place to maximize the evolution of your consciousness. This is the most wonderful environment for undoing negative karma and gaining positive karma. This is the maximal environment where you have every gradation and every opportunity, where you are attracted by this and have an aversion to that. You can’t do it just in your head. Sedona Seminar Conviction, DVD 2 of 3, 16. July 2005

 

  • Be friendly, kind and benign to the world […] You don't need other special gifts, something exceptional. The intention is sufficient and then ask God to reveal to you more about what you should be doing. That which you are is your gift to the world. Sedona Seminar Perception vs. Essence, 3 DVD set, 22. April 2006

 

  • Question: What can we do to help the world and to stop Global Warming?
    Answer: Don't try to heal the planet. That is the province of Divinity. Try to become the most loving creature you can become. Become the most perfect human being you can be.
    Shocking as it may seem, the world is perfect as it is. […] Global Warming is due to the magnetic activity of the surface of the sun. It is not due to environmental changes. The temperature of the earth is regulated by the magnetic activity of the surface of the sun. Environmental conditions only affect it less than 1 percent. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 10. May 2006

 

  • Contemplation is a way of being in the world, not wanting to change it. Let it be what it is. […]
    You pull back from being in the middle of the drama to being the witness, to being the watcher, to being the whole context in which everything occurs. You make that a style, a way of being in the world. You are not doing. You are allowing. Yin. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 10. May 2006

 

  • Trying to change the world is presuming you know better than God how the world should be. […] This is a transitional planet. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 12. July 2006

 

  • Be with the world without resisting. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 13. September 2006

 

  • Everyone has a potential for enlightenment. It is your own volition to say yes or no. This world is perfect. You are not perfect. That’s a relief, isn’t it! If you reached perfection, you wouldn’t be here anymore. Make it count. Love people for who they are. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 13. September 2006

 

  • Real renunciation is about letting go of one's attachments and programs to the linear. To me renunciation is an inner process. You can act it out, withdraw from the world and not be disturbed. And I did that for some years. But that was just an interlude. Why? Because in renunciation when you come back into the world it's a continuous inner condition. What the world would see as a temptation is to you meaningless. You don't experience it as a temptation so you don't need to avoid the world. Sedona Satsang Q&A, CD 2 of 2, 10. January 2007

 

  • Question: How to live a normal life being in the world and being spiritual?
    Answer: The outer self is sort of compromising, with a persona. That has no influence at all on the reality that it is. You find that inner reality within yourself. At the same time, you have a persona that interacts with the world, so you are doing two things, being complete and whole, and also still gathering information for reasons we don't know yet. Maybe you are a spirit guide in training. Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, 10. January 2007

 

  • Pay attention to the processing of the world. The world is irrelevant. […] Notice that what you think is attachment to the world is all in your head. What is going on is the processing in your mind. It has nothing to do with the world. Let go of your attachment to the processing about the world. If it weren't for the processing, you wouldn't even think there was a world out there. […] Get closer to the phenomenon of the processing of the input. […] You are identifying with the data of the processing. […] Look at the phenomenon of the witnessing-observing that is going on. Look at the front of the camera, not what the camera is taking a picture of. The witnessing phenomenon stays the same. You are saying what's out there is what it's about. You think that the data being accumulated is what's real. I am saying no, it's the witnessing. And whatever you witness is irrelevant. Witnessing is the closest to the source. Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, 10. January 2007

 

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Options to project onto the world:

'Madhouse', 'Recuperation ward', 'The world is a joke', 'A tragedy', 'Perplexity', 'The world's purpose is salvation', 'Purgatorial', 'Comedy', 'Sadness'

  • Question: What's the point of our physical bodies and realities if we are all one, all the same?
    Answer: You're mixing levels. The oneness is the level of context, not of physicality. The One emerging as the many. The oneness of life emerges through multiple expressions. Although multiple in their physicality they were one in the Source of life itself. Form is one of multiplicity, diversity.
    Question: So what's the point of the physical?
    Answer: It doesn't have to have a point. What do you need a point for?
    Question: To make meaning [...]
    Answer: Don't give it any meaning. It just is. The world IS. The book I'm writing gives you about 35 different options you can project onto the world.
    What you make of the world is your own projection. It's all of those things and none of them.
    Sedona Seminar Experiential Reality: The Mystic, 3 DVD set, 8. December 2007

 

  • The world is an opportune place for redemption and salvation. [Calibrated at LoC 570.] Prescott Seminar What is the World?, DVD 2 of 3, 28. February 2009

 

  • The human world is a spiritual hospital and rehab unit. [Calibrated at LoC 265.] Prescott Seminar What is the World?, DVD 2 of 3, 28. February 2009

 

  • The world and humanity were created by God and are therefore divinely inspired and intrinsically holy. [Calibrated at LoC 545.] Prescott Seminar What is the World?, DVD 2 of 3, 28. February 2009

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Kunst der Unterscheidung der Geister

Standardgebet bei den Treffen der AA-Selbsthilfegruppen (entstanden 1941-1942)

Gelassenheitsgebet der Anonymen Alkoholiker
Gott, gewähre mir die Demut und die Gnade, das gelassen anzunehmen, was ich nicht ändern kann,
und den Mut, das zu ändern, was ich ändern kann.
Und schenke mir die Weisheit, das eine vom anderen zu unterscheiden.

Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) US-amerikanischer Theologe, Philosoph, Politologe (irrtümlich auch Friedrich Christoph Oetinger, Prälat und Theosoph, zugesprochen)

 

Persönliches Urteil

  • Es gibt kein gutmütigeres, aber auch kein leichtgläubigeres Volk als das deutsche. Zwiespalt brauchte ich unter ihnen nie zu säen. Ich brauchte nur meine Netze auszuspannen, dann liefen sie wie ein scheues Wild hinein. Untereinander haben sie sich gewürgt, und sie meinten ihre Pflicht zu tun. Törichter ist kein anderes Volk auf Erden. Keine Lüge kann grob genug ersonnen werden: die Deutschen glauben sie. Um eine Parole, die man ihnen gab, verfolgten sie ihre Landsleute mit größerer Erbitterung als ihre wirklichen Feinde. Napoleon Bonaparte [BW 450⇒175⇒75] (1769-1821) französischer General, politischer Führer während der Französischen Revolution, selbstgekrönter Kaiser (1804-1815)

 

Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Mich erstaunen Leute, die das Universum begreifen wollen, wo es schwierig genug ist, in Chinatown zurechtzukommen. Woody Allen (*1935) US-amerikanischer Komiker, Filmregisseur, Autor, Schauspieler, Musiker

 

Empfehlungen

  • Sei du selbst die Veränderung, die du dir wünscht für diese Welt. Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi [BW 760] (1869-1948) indischer Weiser, spiritueller Führer der indischen Unabhängigkeitsbewegung, Menschenrechtsanwalt, gewaltloser Widerstandskämpfer zur Durchsetzung politischer Ziele, humanistischer Weiser, asketischer Morallehrer, Pazifist, Publizist, Quelle unbekannt

 

  • Hege nie Zweifel daran, dass eine kleine Gruppe aufmerksamer und engagierter Bürger die Welt verändern können. Tatsächlich sind es die einzigen, welche es überhaupt je getan haben. Zugeschrieben Margaret Mead (1901-1978) US-amerikanische Kulturanthropologin, Soziologin, Biologin, Ethnologin, Referentin, Schriftstellerin, zitiert in: Frank G. Sommers, Tana Dineen, Curing Nuclear Madness, S. 158, Methuen, 1984

 

  • Veränderung gibt es nur durch Handeln. Dalai Lama XIV. (Tenzin Gyatso) [Tanchu Dhondup] [BW 570] (*1935) tibetischer Mönch, geistliches Oberhaupt des tibetischen Buddhismus, Linienhalter der Gelug-Schule, Friedensnobelpreisträger, 1989

 

  • Jede aussichtsreiche Veränderung, jeder Sprung auf eine höhere Energieebene und ein erweitertes Gewahrsein, beinhaltet einen Übergangsritus. Jedes Mal, wenn wir eine höhere Sprosse auf der Leiter der persönlichen Entwicklung erklimmen, müssen wir eine schwierige Phase der Initiation durchlaufen. Dan Millman (*1946) US-amerikanischer Trampolin-Spitzensportler, Kampfsportlehrer, College-Professor, spiritueller Lehrer, Autor

 

  • Die Erde braucht keine erfolgreichen Menschen mehr. Die Erde braucht dringend mehr Friedensstifter, Heiler, Erneuerer, Geschichtenerzähler und Liebende aller Art. Sie braucht Menschen, die sich wohl fühlen an ihrem Wohnort. Sie braucht Menschen mit Zivilcourage, die bereit sind, sich dafür einzusetzen, die Welt lebensgerechter und menschlicher zu gestalten. Diese Eigenschaften haben wenig mit der Form von Erfolg zu tun wie er hierzulande definiert wird. David Orr, Ph.D., US-amerikanischer Professor für Umweltwissenschaften, Oberlin College, Universität von Vermont, Ecological Literacy. Educating Our Children for a Sustainable World , Sierra Club Books, 1. Ausgabe 1. Oktober 2005

 

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Reichtums- und Armutsreport von 7 Milliarden Weltbewohnern

  • Die Welt lässt sich besser so erklären:
    • Wir haben eine Milliarde Menschen in den Industrieländern von Japan über Europa bis Nordamerika. Denen geht es gut.
    • Doch wir haben vier Milliarden Menschen in den Schwellenländern. Sie repräsentieren die Mehrheit der Weltbevölkerung. Sie füllen die Kluft zwischen arm und reich.
    • Wir haben zwei Milliarden Menschen in Teilen Afrikas und in ländlichen Regionen Asiens, die leben in armen Verhältnissen.
Prof. Dr. Hans Rosling (1948-2017) schwedischer Professor für Internationale Gesundheit,Karolinska Institut, Stockholm, Direktor der wp:GapminderGapminder-Stiftung, Referent, zitiert in: Die Welt wird besser. Und keiner glaubt es, präsentiert von der deutschen überregionalen Tageszeitung Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ), S. 1, 12. Januar 2014

 

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Weltweiter Bevölkerungszuwachs durch längeres Lebensalter

 

 

  • Die Entschlüsselung der Welt hängt ganz davon ab, wer sie zu welchem Interesse vornimmt. Stanislav Lem (*1921) polnischer Philosoph, Essayist, Science-Fiction-Autor

Literatur-Zitate'

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Mentor Pangloss' Theorem:

Verunglimpfung des Leibnizschen Mantras

  • Dies ist die beste aller möglichen Welten. Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet] [BW 340] (1694-1778) französischer Philosoph der europäischen Aufklärung, einflussreicher Wegbereiter der Französischen Revolution, Kritiker der Feudalherrschaft, Bürgerrechtler, Deist, Historiker, Philosoph, Schriftsteller, Aussage von Pangloss, Figur des Mentors in der satirischen Novelle Candice oder die beste aller Welten [Optimismus], 1759, deutsche Übersetzung, 1776

Quotes by various other sources

First we receive the light, then we impart it. Thus we repair the world. Kabbalah

 

And the leaves of a tree are for the healing of the nations. Revelations 22, 2 (NT)

 

But you seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all of these things shall be added to you. Matthew 6, 33 (NT)

 

Personal avowals

  • My country is the world. My countrymen are mankind. Thomas Paine ['US Founding Father'] (1737-1809) British US American Enlightenment philosopher, inventor, atheist intellectual, radical, revolutionary, pamphleteer, author, Common Sense, bestselling pamphlet, blueprint of modern democracy, 1776

 

  • I have no doubt that in reality the future will be vastly more surprising than anything I can imagine. Now my own suspicion is that the Universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.
    [Other version: Not only is the universe stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine.] John B.S. Haldane (*1922) British evolutionary biologist, geneticist, developer of Haldane's Law as an extension of Murphy's Law, Possible Worlds and Other Papers, S. 286, Harper and Brothers, 1927

 

Disclosure

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Shadow elite plotting the New World Order

Rumor says that Coningsby is based on the figure Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836).

  • The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes. Benjamin Disraeli [LoC 405] (1804-1881) British prime minister, conservative statesman, parliamentarian, Zionist Rothshield agent, instigator of two world wars, literary, character Sidonia cited in: novel Coningsby, the New Generation, book 4, chapter 15, 1844

 

Appeals

  • The world is violent and mercurial – it will have its way with you. We are saved only by love – love for each other and the love that we pour into the art we feel compelled to share: being a parent; being a writer; being a painter; being a friend. We live in a perpetually burning building, and what we must save from it, all the time, is love. Tennessee Williams (1911-1983) US American playwright and author of many stage classics, source unknown

 

Recommendations

  • Today the human soul asks the question: What can I do to preserve the beauty and the wonder of our world and to eliminate the anger and hatred? Please seek to answer that question today, with all the magnificence that is You. Others are waiting for you now. They are looking to you for guidance, for help, for courage, for strength, for understanding, and for assurance at this hour. Most of all, they are looking to you for love. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso [LoC 570] (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989, source unknown

 

  • Go to the bottom of the soul and you will find the world. Carl Gustav Jung [LoC 520/540] (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalytist, founder of a new school of analytical depth psychology, author, source unknown

 

  • Never bend your head. Hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye. Helen Keller [~LoC 520] (1880-1968) US American deafblind lecturer, author, unsourced aphorism

 

  • To truly know the world, look deeply within your own being;
    to truly know yourself, take real interest in the world.
    Rudolf Steiner [LoC 475] (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, source unknown

 

  • Don't ask what the world needs, ask what makes you come alive, and go do it! Because what the world needs is people who have come alive! Howard Thurman (1899-1981) US American theologian, philosopher, educator, civil rights leader, author, personal conversation with author Gil Bailie, cited in: Violence Unveiled, S. xv, Crossroad Publishing Company, 1995

 

Insights

  • We are what we think.
    All that we are arises with our thoughts.
    With our thoughts we make the world.
    Buddha [LoC 1000] (563-483 BC) Indian Avatar, teacher of enlightenment, central figure of Buddhism, Dhammapada [LoC 840] anthology of Buddha's teachings, translated by T. Byrom, Shambhala Publications, 1993

 

  • What befalls the earth befalls all the sons of the earth.
    This we know: the earth does not belong to man, man belongs to the earth. All things are connected like the blood that unites us all. Man did not weave the web of life, he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself. Chief Seattle [LoC 700] (1780-1866) Native American chief of the Suquamish and Duwamish tribes, Letter to All The People addressed to the American Government, 1854

 

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Key-dropping

  • Clever men place the world into cages,
    but the wise woman who must duck under the moon throws keys to the rowdy prisoners. Hafez (1325/26-1389/90) Persian Sufi mystic, lyric poet, aphorism

 

 

 

  • I am I, and you are you.
    I am not in this world to live up to your expectations.
    And you are not in this world to live up to mine.
    I do my thing, and you do your thing
    and if by chance we meet, it's beautiful.
    And if not, it can't be helped. Fritz Perls (1893-1970) German-born US American psychiatrist, psychotherapist, Gestalt therapist, Gestalt prayer, "Gestalt Therapy Verbatim", 1969

 

  • If I don't know who I am I want some hard facts or some fundamentalism real fast to take away the anxiety of all the unknowing.
    If a person doesn't know the story inside them already it is unlikely that they catch the story of the world that is ongoing. CD Audio presentation by Michael Meade Mosaicvoices.org US American storyteller, mythologist, ritualist, spokesman in the Men's Movement, author, Audio CD The Light Inside Dark Times, Mosaic Audio, 1st edition 15. July 2009

 

  • If the world is saved, it will not be by old minds with new programs but by new minds with no programs at all. Daniel Quinn (*1935) US American writer, described as an environmentalist, winner of the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship Award, 1991, The Story of B, 1996

 

Future prospects

  • I have no doubt that in reality the future will be vastly more surprising than anything I can imagine. Now my own suspicion is that the universe is not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose. John B.S. Haldane (*1922) British evolutionary biologist, geneticist, developer of Haldane's Law as an extension of Murphy's Law, Possible Worlds and Other Papers, section "On Being the Right Size", S. 286, 1927

 

  • We are very much in an evolutionary era.
    Most things don't change. Most things are constant.
    The internet is not a technological phenomenon, it's a social phenomenon.
    We will be moving toward a world with one global economy. It will take an awful lot of time, but the direction is set.
    It is a real possibility that the path to world peace lies through world trade.
    The material wonders of technology will have to be balanced with the spiritual demands of the human race.
    It is especially critical that the developed countries forge a new relationship with the third world.
    America will gradually relinquish the role of the world's dominant economic and political force.
    No country will dominate in the global economy.
    In an interdependent world aid is not charity, it is investment. The more economically interdependent we become the more we will do the human thing.
    Biology is replacing physics as the growth area in science. Gene splicing will become more important than atom splitting.
    We are not running out of oil. It's high time to prepare for alternative energy sources.
    All religions (esp. fundamentalists) are growing – offering structure for the fearful.
Partially derived from video interview with John Naisbitt (*1929) US American futurologist, living in Europe and China, author of Megatrends, 1982, Future Trends, presented by Don't Stop Thinking About The Future conference, sponsored by Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2007, YouTube film, 5:40 minutes duration, posted 17. January 2008 and Mega Trends – World Economy, YouTube film, minute 4:47, 5:47 minutes duration, posted 8. September 2007
  • To say, 'This is one of us', or 'this is a stranger', is the mode of estimating practised by trifling minds. To those of more generous principles, the whole world is but as one family. Collection of Sanskrit fables in prose and verse Hitopadesha, translated and edited by Lakshami Nārāyan Nyālankār, 1830
    • [Colloquial rephrased version:] To him in whom love dwells, the whole world is but one family. Misattributed to Buddha [LoC 1000] (563-483 BC) Indian Avatar, teacher of enlightenment, central figure of Buddhism

 

 


Fractal image: Anima mundi
Creators: Michael Michelitsch and Albert Mürle
  • Your intellect is a subsequent product of this process, so how can your intellect take charge of or even evaluate, the whole creation? Investigate your self; this is the purpose of your being. Spirituality is nothing more than understanding this play of consciousness – try to find out what this fraud is by seeking its source. Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj [LoC 720] (1897-1981) Indian Hindu sage of the advaita vedānta tradition, 9. November 1980

 

  • An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. Mahatma Gandhi [LoC 760] (1869-1948) Indian Hindu sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter, aphorism

 

  • The problem with the world is that humanity is not in its right mind. Mahatma Gandhi [LoC 760] (1869-1948) Indian Hindu sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter, source unknown

 

 

  • Yoga believes in transforming the individual before transforming the world. Whatever change we want to happen outside should happen within. If you walk in peace and express that peace in your very life, others will see you and learn something. Swami Satchidananda [LoC 605] (1914-2002) Indian religious teacher (mainly in the United States), spiritual master, yoga adept, author of philosophical and spiritual books, Prem Anjali, Sri Swami Satchidananda. Portrait of a Modern Sage, Integral Yoga Publications, 1996

 

  • The modern world is such that the interests of a particular country or community can no longer be considered to lie within the confines of its own boundaries. Cultivating contentment is therefore crucial to maintaining peaceful coexistence because discontent breeds a sense of acquisitiveness that can never be satisfied. H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso [LoC 570] (*1935) Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Peace Nobel Prize laureate, 1989, Facebook comment 14. October 2010

 

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Paradigm shift

Alternative source: The Sacred Spaces in Morocco, part 1, lesson 1, 65:01 minutes duration, Morocco, recorded 15.-26. October 2011

  • What we have now is a world that's built on the illusion that we are reasonable. What we've reached is the end of the age of reason. What we have now is a world where our crisis cannot be reasoned with. There is not one thing [in this world] that can be solved with reason. We do not have problems, we have predicaments. Problems have solutions, predicaments don't.
    We are in a field of predicaments that will take us to a different level of response. They cause us to respond to them. […] What we will discover through these predicaments is the folly of our arrogance, the [arrogance of the] belief that money can solve problems. And so the financial system is collapsing.
    We will discover that all the problems that are going into the predicaments that are bringing us to our knees cannot be resolved by any of the old systems. Why? Because we are coming to end of the finite world, the fossil era, the end of that finite form of consciousness that says everything can be controlled and reasoned with. […] There is a quantum world that has moved the solar world, that world of mystical consciousness that is emerging simultaneously as if to replace it at the same time. Caroline Myss, Ph.D. Myss.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, mystic, medical intuitive, five-time New York Times bestseller author, Review, presented by Integral Options Cafe, William Harryman, 20. December 2009

 

  • The world you see is an "outside picture of an inward condition". A Course in Miracles, textbook [LoC 550] T-21, 1:5, 1976, rev. 1996

 

 

  • The world is not comprehensible, but it is embraceable: through the embracing of one of its beings. Each thing and being has a twofold nature:
    1. passive, absorbable, usable, dissectable, comparable, combinable, rationalizable,
      and the other,
    2. the active, non-absorbable, unusable, undissectible, incomparable, noncombinable, nonrationalizable.
This is the confronting, the shaping, the bestowing of things. He who truly experiences a thing so that it springs up to meet him and embraces him of itself has in that thing known the world. Martin Buber [LoC 530] (1878-1965) Austrian-born Jewish religious researcher and philosopher, translator, educator, cited in: Phil Huston, US American author, 'Martin Buber's Journey to Presence'', S. 182, Fordham University Press, 2007

 

  • The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it. Albert Einstein [LoC 499] (1879-1955) German-born US American theoretical physicist, developer of the theory of general relativity, Nobel Prize laureate, 1921, cited in: Gad Yaacobi, Breakthrough. Israel in a Changing World, S. 98, 1996

 

  • It is no longer possible for us to live as pale and diminished versions of ourselves. For a new world in a new millennium, we need a new mind with expanded senses and a deepened Spirit. Jean Houston, Ph.D. (*1937) US American psychologist, philosopher, cultural anthropologist, scholar, pioneer of the Human Potential movement, visionary lecturer, author, source unknown

 

 

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Anima mundi

  • Therefore, we may consequently state that: this world is indeed a living being endowed with a soul and intelligence [...] a single visible living entity containing all other living entities, which by their nature are all related. Plato [LoC 485] (427-347 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian founder of the occidental philosophy, dialogue Timaeus, S. 29/30, 360 BC

 

  • When a whole nation is roaring patriotism at the top of its voice, I am fain to explore the cleanness of its hands and purity of its heart. Ralph Waldo Emerson [LoC 485, work LoC 475] (1803-1882) US American philosopher, Unitarian, lecturer, poet, essayist, Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Journals (1822-1863)", journal entry dated 1824, Forgotten Books, 6. November 2016

 

 

  • To save the world requires faith and courage: faith in reason, and courage to proclaim what reason shows to be true. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) British philosopher, social critic, logician, mathematician, historian, social reformist, "pacifist", member of the Royal Society, Nobel laureate in literature, 1950, source unknown

 

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Creative nonconformity:

  • This hour in history needs a dedicated circle of transformed nonconformists. Dangerous passions of pride, hatred and selfishness are enthroned in our lives; truth lies prostrate on the rugged hills of nameless Cavalries. The saving of our world from pending doom will come, not through the complacent adjustment of the conforming majority, but through the creative maladjustment of a nonconforming minority. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968) US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1964, On Nonconformity, 1963

 

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Scarcity model:

Newton [LoC 499] and Descartes [LoC 490] offered the first scientific mechanical creation story.
Thomas Malthus [LoC 204], a chief economist, coined the idea 'We are doomed to an endless struggle in scarcity', a rationale for the East India Company to steal from the world.
The original theory of evolution goes back to Darwin's grandfather. Darwin who had adopted the Malthusian model of scarcity had observed competition and cooperation in nature. In his evolutionary theory he had to subvert the cooperation part as it didn't fit the scarcity theory.

  • The universal struggle for life must be thoroughly ingrained in the mind or the whole economy of nature with every fact in it will be dimly seen or misunderstood. It is the doctrine of Malthus applied with manifold force to the whole animal and vegetable kingdom. Charles Darwin [LoC 460] (1809-1882) English naturalist, author of the biological theory of evolution, The Origin of Species, 1859, cited in: Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Learning from Nature to Create Global Family, World Wisdom Council, Theme Creating a New Civilization, sponsored by Goi Peace Foundation, Tokyo, 12. November 2005

 

  • Nature does not do our human either "this" or "that". [...] Nature is very conservative with things that work well and very radical when things don't work. When there is crisis it's an opportunity for change. Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D. sahtouris.com (*1936) Greek-American post-Darwinian creationist evolutionary biologist, pastist/futurist, promoter of anthropomorphism over mechanomorphism, business consultant, former UN consultant, Learning from Nature to Create Global Family, World Wisdom Council, Theme Creating a New Civilization, sponsored by Goi Peace Foundation, Tokyo, 12. November 2005

 

  • The plain fact is that the planet does not need more successful people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers, storytellers, and lovers of every kind. It needs people who live well in their places. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable and humane. And these qualities have little to do with success as we have defined it. David Orr, Ph.D., US American professor of environmental studies, Oberlin College, University of Vermont, Ecological Literacy. Educating Our Children for a Sustainable World , Sierra Club Books, 1st edition 1. October 2005

 

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Fierce grace

Ram Dass is wheelchair-stricken due to his stroke ('indeniable fierce grace') since 2002.

  • In some sense we might say that the world that we live in now needs a little fierce grace. [...] A realized being in each of us consists of ego, soul and number 3, which is God inside of us. [...] A realized being is somebody that identifies with number 3. [...] A realized person marches to a different drummer. [...] Most of our society works from the outside in, however compassion is the inside out. Video interview with Ram Dass [Richard Alpert] [LoC 420] (*1931) US American professor of psychology, student of the Indian Hindu guru Neem Karoli, spiritual teacher, MKUltra agent, author, Be Here Now, 1971

 

  • America [LoC 431, status 2004] is the greatest country the world has ever seen. TV interview with Hillary Clinton (*1947) 67th US secretary of state under president Barack Obama, US senator for New York (2001-2009), wife of the 42nd US president Bill Clinton, presented by TV News, New York, 21. June 200424

 

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Rather than be the first amongst equals the United States dominate the world.

Washington’s foreign policy is "aggressive" and "outdated."

  • The address [State of the Union speech] delivered by President Obama yesterday [20. January 2015] proves that the [US] philosophy has only one central piece – we are No.1 and everyone else has to admit it. This [attitude] is a bit old-fashioned, it fails to meet present-day realities and demonstrates that the United States actually wants to dominate the world rather than be the first amongst equals. This too shall pass. Sergei Lavrov (*1950) Russian diplomat, foreign minister, press conference Moscow, US wants to dominate world: Russian FM, 21. January 2015

 

  • Today the United States is
    • No. 1 in billionaires,
    • No. 1 in corporate profits,
    • No. 1 in CEO salaries,
    • No. 1 in childhood poverty and
    • No. 1 in income and wealth inequality in the industrialized world.
From a moral perspective, from an economic perspective, and from a political perspective, we have got to do better than that. Bernie Sanders (*1941) US American democratic socialist politician, Senator of Vermont, 20. June 2014

 

  • The world is always ending and always beginning at every moment. Frederick Philip Lenz, III, Ph.D. [Rama] (1950-1998) US American Buddhist spiritual teacher, source unknown

 

  • Words have the power to destroy or heal. When words are both true and kind, they can change our world. Thomas J. Cottle, US American sociologist, licensed clinical psychologist, professor of education, Boston University, source unknown

 

  • Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed it is the only thing that ever has. Attributed to Margaret Mead (1901-1978) US American cultural anthropologist, sociologist, biologist, lecturer, popular writer, cited in: Frank G. Sommers, Tana Dineen, Curing Nuclear Madness, S. 158, Methuen, 1984

 

 

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Leibnizian mantra expressed by a mentor

  • [I]s this not, nonetheless the best of all possible worlds?
    [A]ll is for the best in the best of all possible worlds.
Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet] [LoC 340] (1694-1778) French philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment, social critic, proponent of the French Revolution, advocate of civil liberties, freedom of religion, free trade, deist, writer, Leibnizian mantra expressed by character mentor Pangloss in: French satirist novella Candide. or, Optimism, 1759, third translation in 1947

 

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Rand's blatant promotion of white supremacy and racism

  • [The Native Americans] didn't have any rights to the land and there was no reason for anyone to grant them rights which they had not conceived and were not using [...]. What was it they were fighting for, if they opposed white men on this continent? For their wish to continue a primitive existence, their "right" to keep part of the earth untouched, unused and not even as property, just keep everybody out so that you will live practically like an animal, or maybe a few caves above it. Any white person who brought the element of civilization had the right to take over this continent. Q&A session of address to the graduating class by Speech by Ayn Rand [LoC 400] (1905-1982) Russian-American philosopher, playwright, screenwriter, novelist, The United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, 6. March 1974

 

 

  • Really there is no East, no West,
    Where then is the South and the North?
    Illusion makes the world closed in.
    Enlightenment opens it on every side.
    Inscription on the inside of the hats of Japanese Buddhist pilgrims

Literary quotes

  • [I]t seemed to me that the entire world was like a palace with countless rooms whose doors opened into one another. We were able to pass from one room to the next only by exercising out memories and imaginations, but most of us, in our laziness, rarely exercised these capacities, and forever remained in the same room. Orhan Pamuk (*1952) Turkish academic, screenwriter, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, 2006

Englische Texte – English section on World

The world is perfect ...

The world is...

  • neutral overall.
  • The world's 'purpose' is perfect. It is fully known only to God.
  • Everything in the world/creation is wondrously perfect.
  • The world/creation is perfect within a certain context of what perfect means.
  • The world is a place wherein consciousness and awareness reawaken to is Source.
  • The world is an optimal school for revelation of Divinity and reaching enlightenment.
  • The world offers an optimal opportunity for spiritual growth and the evolution of consciousness.
  • People are not perfect-ed.
  • Perfecting people pray for the vision to see the perfection of everything.
  • People who've reached perfection do not reincarnate on Earth.

Various levels of consciousness of Northern America – calibrated by D. Hawkins

LoCs of US states, regions and cities
[Status mostly 2004-2005, 2007-2010]
LoCRegion State CityStatus
Time frame
Remark
510Unity VillagePower place in Missouri
460
275
[End 2010]25
Office of the US President [Fallen]2005
2010
Presidency
450Washington DC2005Capital of the United States
445
450
200
Chicago
Lake Shore Drive
South Side
2005City
440US government [Possibly fallen]2004Government
440Wyoming2005State
440Midwest2005Region
440Phoenix2005City
431
420
421
421
420
424
406
412
440
420
People (312 million) of the
United States of America (USA)
[Fallen / Recovering]
2003
November 2006
Status November 200726
October 2008
February 2009
July 200927
October 2009
April 201028
26. May 201029
November 201030
Note: Without its top 100
highly calibrating inhabitants the overall
consciousness level in the United States
would drop to 320, without the
top 1000 highly calibrating
inhabitants it would drop around
200 points [around 220].
49%
Below 200

55%
Below 200
US population [Risen]2004
2008
Calibration31
Calibration32
425Florida
[Caution:' Florida is among the 5 most dangerous US states.]
2005State
425Toronto2004City in Canada
415Canada2004Nation
415Wisconsin2005State
410Ohio2005State
405Hawaii2005State
405Iowa2005State
385Texas2005State
385
430
245
135
New York City
Upper East Side
West Side
Inner City
2005Metropole
380North Dakota2005State
360East Coast2005Region
350Alabama2005State
305Massachusetts2005State
305Mexico City2004Capital of Mexico
300Mexico2004Nation
280California2005State
290West Coast2005Region
265
190
180
Hollywood [Fallen]1955
2005
2007
Movie city in the Los Angeles area
190 [Nov 2010]33Wall Street Financial District, Manhattan, NYCNovember 2010District in NYC

 

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Only up to 1000 people counterbalance the negativity of the United States.

The level of consciousness of the American population overall still calibrates currently at the level of 421. The reason for this apparent disparity is that the levels below 200, as can be seen by exponential comparison, are deficient in the power represented by the high calibration levels of those who are integrous. Therefore, the very high level of intrinsic power of only a relatively few members of the population maintains the overall capacity for survival and more than counterbalances the effects of the negative. (For example, if the top one hundred people were removed from the U.S. population, the overall average level of consciousness drops to 320. If the top one thousand are removed, the overall consciousness level drops from 421 to 220.) Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, chapter 13 "Social Survival", S. 267, 2008

 

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Only 1000 individuals worldwide raise the overall level of consciousness into the realm of integrity.

While the overall consciousness level of mankind is at 204 (November 2007), if the top one thousand individuals in the world were removed, the level would be at only 198. Compassion for the less evolved motivates society's endless efforts at correction and providing supplementary assistance to the evolutionarily less fortunate. Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 13 "Social Survival", S. 269, 2008

 

Inequality – the double standard of a pride-shame based culture – is setting US states apart from each other.
According to the data of Global Peace Index (GPI)
Data compared from the International Institute of Strategic Studies, the World Bank, various UN offices and Peace Institutes and the Economist Intelligence Unit
Most peaceful US statesMaine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Utah and Minnesota34
Most dangerous US statesLouisiana, Tennessee, Nevada, Florida and Arizona35
Independent of the respective political party in power, these rankings correlate with economic opportunities, education and health in each of these states.
Note: Incarceration and homicide rates of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Utah and Minnesota are roughly one-fifth of people murdered and imprisoned in Louisiana, Tennessee, Nevada, Florida and Arizona. The incarceration and homicide rates the most peaceful US states are close to the current rates of comparable European nations.
Twenty-three indicators to measure a nation – Global Peace Index
1. Level of organized conflict 2. Armed services personnel 3. Weapons imports
4. Military expenditure 5. Number of conflicts fought 6. Jailed population
7. Deaths from conflict (internal) 8. Potential for terrorist acts 9. Level of violent crime
10. Political instability 11. Military capability/sophistication 12. Disrespect for human rights
13. Number of homicides 14. UN Peacekeeping funding 15. Number of heavy weapons
16. Number of displaced people 17. Neighboring country relations 18. Weapons exports
19. Deaths from conflict (external) 20. Violent demonstrations 21. Access to weapons
22. Perceived criminality in society 23. Security officers and police 

 

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Hypothetical analyst Friedman labels America a corporate dinosaur and recommends that the nation either changes or faces extinction.

US statistician Howard Friedman compared five key areas – health, education, safety, equality, and democracy – within 14 nations: Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Portugal, The Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, United States.
➤ The United States of America has the lowest life expectancy among the 13 other western style democratic wealthy nations.
➤ Americans are at least two times more likely to be murdered and four times more likely to be incarcerated than in any other comparable countries (including Japan, France, and the United Kingdom).
➤ America shows the sharpest disparity between rich and poor among all 13 compared nations.
Video presentation by Howard Friedman, Ph.D. (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, The Measure of a Nation, presented at and sponsored by Authors@Google, Google Campus, Mountain View, California, 1 August 2012, YouTube film, 55:55 minutes duration, posted 20. August 2012

 

Other references:
Study: U.S. Adults Possess Only Average Skills, presented by Big Think, 8. October 2013
The most honest three and a half minutes of television, EVER..., excerpted from HBO series The Newsroom, YouTube film, 3:27 minutes duration, posted 26. June 2012
See also: ► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett

 

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Howard Friedman noted the danger lurking in the penal system of the U.S.

"Our (USA's) incarceration rate is currently [2012] comparable to the Soviet Union's Gulag days." Minute 0:07:56

The slogan "America is the greatest nation on Earth," is NOT TRUE any longer.
Video presentation by Howard Friedman, Ph.D. (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, How does the US compare?, sponsored by World Affairs Council, San Francisco, California, 13. August 2012, YouTube film, 1:02:10 duration, streamed live 13. August 2012

 

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US America – subjected to international statistical screening –  turns out mediocre on average.

US America's exceptionalism resulted in her dissociation from factual truth derived from statistical data of 13 other comparably evolved nations worldwide.
Audio interview with Howard Friedman, Ph.D. (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, Poor Performance, presented by Progressive Radio Network PRN.FM, program The Gary Null Show, host Gary Null (*1945) US American talk radio host, author on alternative and complementary medicine and nutrition, starting minute 32:06, 59:34 minutes duration, aired 16. October 2012

 

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American exceptionalism

American exceptionalism has to be driven out of our curriculums. We're not under threat. We are the threat. Oliver Stone (*1946) US American film director, screenwriter, producer, producer of the book and documentary TV series The Untold History of the United States, 2012, author, cited in: Article Oliver Stone: America Is The Real Threat To The World, Not ISIS, presented by YourNewsWire, Sean Adl-Tabatabai, 22. September 2015

 

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Other comparable countries exercise democracy in various aspects better than US.

Video presentation by Howard Zinn [LoC 200] (1922-2010) US American professor of political science, Boston University (1964-88), historian, social activist, playwright, author, Howard Zinn – Bringing Democracy Alive, part 3 of 3, hosted by College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 2. November 2006, Youtube film, minute 18:00 and minutes 19:34-22:33, 35:56 minutes duration, posted 22. January 2012

 

America is a deeply disturbed country. It is not a democracy. It's been hijacked by the powerful elites. Video presentation by Richard Barrett, FRSA valuescentre.com (*1945) British social commentator, speaker, author on the evolution of leadership and human values in business and society, The Evoluotion of Consciousness: Next Steps, 2012 BVC International Conference, part 1 of 2, presented by Barrett Values Centre, YouTube film, minute 8:33, 36:13 minutes duration, posted 17. December 2012

 

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US American exceptionalism

See also: Book by Seymour Martin Lipset, Ph.D. (1922-2006) Canadian political sociologist, senior fellow of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Hazel professor of public policy, George Mason University, American Exceptionalism. A Double Edged Sword, W. W. Norton & Company, 17. April 1997

It's very interesting to look at United States from the outside. [...] If you met some guy who kept telling you how great he was and everybody wants to be like him, how would you diagnose him psychologically? He has got a grandiose personality disorder. What he is actually doing is compensating for his deep insecurity. This is a country [USA] which in its very rhetoric betrays its extraordinary insecurity. Audio presentation by Gabor Maté, M.D. drgabormate.com (*1944) Hungarian-Canadian physician, addiction expert, speaker, author, Capitalism Makes Us Crazy: Dr. Gabor Maté on Illness and Addiction, presented by zvents.com, recorded by US American radio station KPFA PRX, Berkeley, California, minute 1:35-2:17, 29:00 minutes duration, aired 19. November 2011

Levels of consciousness of China – calibrated by D. Hawkins

LoC developments of China and Singapore
[Status 2004-2007]
LoCPeople and governmentStatus
Time frame
Description
440City state SingaporeJanuary 2006Benevolent sole ruler
Sellapan Ramanathan36 37
400Hong Kong2004Administrative region of
the People's Republic China
385
300
People (1.3 billion) of the People's Republic of China (PRC)
[Risen]
2007
2004
People
175Chinese dictatorship – Mao Era The Great Leap Forward (1949-1976)
Reign of Chairman Mao Zedong [LoC 185] (1893-1976)38
1943-1976Government
Head of State
195
15039
Chinese government [Risen]After·reforms
Before·reforms
Government

 

Calibrations are mainly derived from:
Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 89, 91, 164, 266-277, 2005
as well as from various lectures and radio interviews by and with D. Hawkins
► Video presentation by John Naisbitt (*1930) US American futurologist, China expert, author of Megatrends, 1982, Doris Naisbitt, The Wall Street Journal/State Street, YouTube film, 5:56 minutes duration, posted 18. January 2012
► Video interview with John Naisbitt (*1930) US American futurologist, China expert, 'World to be dominated by China-US connection' – NWO, presented by Russian TV station RT, YouTube film, 9:15 minutes duration, posted 26. December 2012

 

Xi Jinping (*1953) general secretary, Communist Party of China, chairman of the Party Central Military Commission, will become China's head of state as the result of convention of the National People's Congress in March 2013.
Three main driving forces behind the Chinese dream:
1. the pursuit of economic lift-off, livelihood improvement, and social and environmental progress,
2.
the pursuit of national wealth and military strength, national dignity, sovereign integrity, national unity, and world peace,
3.
the pursuit of fairness and justice, democracy and the rule of law.
Xi Jinping (*1953) general secretary, Communist Party of China, chairman of the Party Central Military Commission, In search of a dream, presented by hindu.com, Frontline, India's National Magazine, Ananth Krishnan, Beijing, vol. 30, issue 04, 23. February-8. March 2013

Levels of consciousness of ancient and declined civilizations – calibrated by D. Hawkins


LoCs of Western civilization cp. to declined ancient societies [Status 2004-2007]
LoCName of group, society, culture, empireStatus
Time frame
Description
290Ancient AtlantisHighest calibration of a declined political systemDeclined historical civilization40
270Western civilizationFallen and tested by moral relativismModern Civilization41
255Ancient Greece8th to 6th centuries BC to the end of antiquity (~600 AD)Declined historical civilization
210Plains Indians
(Native Americans)
 Receded historical civilization
206
198
Mankind as a whole
Mankind minus the 1,000 highest calibrating individuals worldwide
2011-2012[Status 2008]42
205Ancient Egypt~4000-3150 BC to 332 BC (1st-31st dynasties)Declined historical civilization
202Ancient Roman Empire753 BC-476 ADDeclined historical civilization
190British EmpireEnd of 16th century to the middle of the 20th century during/after World War
finalized with Hong Kong's release in 1997
Recent historical empire / colonial power declined43
160USSR (Soviet Union)1987 Recent communist historical empire 44
110Bushmen Declined historical civilization
95Cannibals and Headhunters Declined historical civilization
65Ancient Inca EmpireEarly 13th-16th century (1572)
Comprising 200 ethnic groups
Declined historical civilization
65Ancient Aztecs14th century-16th centuryDeclined mesoamerican historical civilization

Status of wellbeing in countries (2010)

  • 1. THRIVING (most happy): Denmark 72% (thriving)
  • 2. THRIVING: Sweden 69%
  • 3. THRIVING: Canada 69%
  • 4. THRIVING: Australia 65%
  • 5. THRIVING: Finland 64%
  • 6. THRIVING: Venezuela 64%
  • MOST UNHAPPY (end of the list): Haiti 2% - Central African Republic 2% - Chad 1%

 

Source: ► High Wellbeing Eludes the Masses in Most Countries Worldwide. Majorities in 19 out of 124 countries "thriving,"
mostly in Europe and the Americas
, presented by Gallup.com, Julie Ray, 19. April 2011

 


True size of the continent Africa

 

Source: ► Article We Have Been Misled By An Erroneous Map Of The World For 500 Years,
presented by website for viral content Upworthy, Rollie Williams, ~2013

Karmic lessons of nations

Karmic lessons of 25 nations – as for Master Hilarion 
CountryLoss of quality
AMERICAhas lost her generosity.
AUSTRIAhas lost her past.
AUSTRALIAhas lost her leadership.
BELGIUMhas lost her anchor.
BRAZILhas lost her greatness of vision.
CANADAhas lost her mission.
CHINAhas lost her greatness.
DENMARKhas lost her morality.
FRANCEhas lost her perceptions.
GERMANYhas lost her unity.
ENGLANDhas lost her majesty.
HONG KONGhas lost her light.
INDIAhas lost her mysticism.
IRANhas lost her sanity.
IRELANDhas lost her integrity.
ISRAELhas lost her Master.
ITALYhas lost her soul.
JAPANhas lost her last chance.
MEXICOhas lost her imagination.
NORTH AMERICAhas lost its roots.
POLANDhas lost her nerve.
RUSSIAhas lost her passion.
SCOTLANDhas lost her charm.
SOUTH AFRICAhas lost her compassion.
SWITZERLANDhas lost her honor.
TIBEThas lost her body.
Source:Nations, transmitted from the Ascended Master Hilarion through the mediumship of Canadian Maurice B. Cooke, 1st edition 1979, 2nd edition 1984, 3rd edition introduced by Steffan G. Vanel, 2011, 11-11-11- and The Nations by Hilarion, 11. November 2011

Don’t chase the big chariot

Don’t chase the big chariot
You’ll only choke on dust
Don’t’ think about the world’s pain
You’ll only make yourself miserable

Don’t chase the big chariot
You’ll be blinded with dust
Don’t think about the world’s pain
Or you will never escape from despair.


Taoist poem

Index: Welt / World – Bücher von D. Hawkins

Englische Werke

Index: Audio- und Videomedien (engl.) von und mit D. Hawkins

 

Links zum Thema Welt (ändern) / [Changing the] world

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

United States refuses socialism and the integration of blacks and minorities. American religion and foreign policy have a moralistic, crusading streak.

Externe Weblinks


External web links (engl.)



Germany came out top (since years), with positive 59% ratings, topping its 2013 #1 position by 3%.
Iran was once again the most negatively viewed country of 16 countries.

Using data drawn from over 1,800 different policy initiatives from 1981 to 2002, the two researching professors of politics Martin Gilens, Ph.D., US American professor of politics, Princeton University, Benjamin I. Page, Ph.D., Northwestern University, concluded that over the past few decades America's political system has slowly transformed from a democracy into an oligarchy, where wealthy elites wield most power.

55 countries rated from the viewpoint of more than 27 000 consumers of the general public in the G8. Switzerland #1, Canada #2, Sweden #3, Germany #10, United States of America #22.
NOTE: A 2014 Gallup poll found that, out of 68 countries considered, the US was ranked the biggest threat to world peace.


Audio- und Videolinks

  • Video TV Präsentation von George Pennington, britisch-deutscher Psychologe, Trainer, Coach, Autor, Die drei Alternativen im Umgang mit unserem Umfeld, Teil 11/13 der Sendereihe Bewusst leben. Psychologie für den Alltag, präsentiert von TV-Sender BR alpha, gesendet 2005 und 2013, YouTube Film, 14:43 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 1. Oktober 2011
    "Love it, change it, or leave it."

Audio and video links (engl.)

  • Video interview with Hans-Peter Dürr, Ph.D. (*1929) German nuclear physicist, philosopher, colleague of Edward Teller and successor of Werner Heisenberg as former director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Physics, Munich, founder of Global Challenges Network (1987), chairman of the German Association of Scientists, key advocate of the development of a holistic science in the 21st century, recipient of the Right Livelihood Award (1987), proclaimed as International Scientist of the Year by the Cambridge Biographical Centre (2002), awarded with das Grosse Bundesverdienstkreuz by the German Government (2004), Board Member of the World Future Council (2007) Hans-Peter Durr talks about the World Future Council, YouTube film, 3:29 minutes duration, posted 1. August 2006
  • Video vision of Reverend Howard Storm, US American professor and chairman of the art department, Northern Kentucky University, converted neardeather, former atheist, senior pastor of Covington United Church of Christ, author, The Future of the World, presented by Red River Productions, 5:36 minutes duration, posted on Google film 3. December 2006, posted 21. May 2012
    Visions on the world around 2185. The Spirit of Christ will live in every heart completely.
  • Video animated movie clip by Carl Sagan [LoC 200, work LoC 420] (1934-1996) US American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, exobiologist, science popularizer and communicator in the space and natural sciences, author, Carl Sagan – Pale Blue Dot, YouTube film, 3:32 minutes duration, posted 2. April 2007
  • Video interview with Emmett Miller, M.D., US American author of Deep Healing. The Essence of Mind/Body Medicine, Hay House, Januar 1997, Self Healing to Heal the World, presented by US American Conscious Media Network via Gaiam TV, host Regina Meredith, 50:51 minutes duration, posted October 2007   Subject to fee

Overcoming the Duality paradigm

  • Audio interview with Annette Jahnel (*1962) South African photographer, artist, world traveller offering the project "One Planet One People", public speaker, author, Booktalk Interview, presented by South African radio station SAfm, program SAFM Literature, host Karabo Kogleng, YouTube film, 14:12 minutes duration, posted 8. January 2012

Jahnel authored the book My Year of Beds, AJ Publishers (BoD), 18. May 2011.

Audio and video links (engl.) – Howard Friedman

  • Audio interview with Howard Friedman (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, The Measure of a Nation, presented by US American free web audio program The Leonard Lopate Show', host Leonard Lopate, 32:09 minutes duration, aired 18. July 2012
  • Video presentation by Howard Friedman (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, How does the US compare?, sponsored by World Affairs Council, San Francisco, California, 13. August 2012, YouTube film, 1:02:10 duration, streamed live 13. August 2012
    "'America is the greatest nation on Earth,' is NOT TRUE."
  • Video presentation by Howard Friedman (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, The Measure of a Nation, presented at and sponsored by Authors@Google, Google Campus, Mountain View, California, 1 August 2012, YouTube film, 55:55 minutes duration, posted 20. August 2012

Hypothetical analyst Friedman labels America a corporate dinosaur and recommends that the nation either changes or faces extinction.
Five key areas of comparison: health, education, safety, equality, and democracy.
► The United States of America has the lowest life expectancy among 13 other western style democratic wealthy nations (Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Portugal, The Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom).
► Americans are at least two times more likely to be murdered and four times more likely to be incarcerated than in any other competitor country (including Japan, France, and the United Kingdom).
► America shows the sharpest disparity between rich and poor among all 13 compared nations.

  • Audio interview with Howard Friedman, Ph.D. (*1972) US American associate professor of statistics, Columbia University, health economist, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), artist, writer, Poor Performance, presented by Progressive Radio Network PRN.FM, program The Gary Null Show, host Gary Null (*1945) US American talk radio host, author on alternative and complementary medicine and nutrition, starting minute 32:06, 59:34 minutes duration, aired 16. October 2012

American exceptionalism and dissociation from factual truth

 

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1 Lee Hsien Loong, dritter Premierminister und Finanzminister von Singapur seit 2004

2 Als einer der vier Tigerstaaten schaffte Singapur innerhalb einer Generation den Sprung vom Entwicklungsland hin zu einer Industrienation.

3 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 362, 2005

4 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 10 America, S. 164, 2005

5 Thule-Länder: Schweden, Norwegen, Finland, Dänemark (Färöer und Grönland), Island

6 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 362, 2005

7 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 362, 2005

8 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 14, Countries and Politics, S. 275, 2005

9 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 263, 2005

10 Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, Kapitel 6, S. 131, 2008

11 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 362, 2005

12 Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 13, Social Survival, S. 269, 2008

13 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 362, 2005

14 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 265, 2005

15 Audio series containing seminar snippets The Highest Level of Enlightenment, Nightingale-Conant, United Kingdom, January 2003, 2004
Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, 3 DVD set, 14. December 2002
Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, DVD 1 of 3, minute 00:45, 14. December 2002

16 Politisches System Kommunismus [Status 2004] Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 148, 263, 2005

17 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 263, 2005

18 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 263, 2005

19 Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 161, 2008

20 Audiointerview mit David R. Hawkins, präsentiert vom Webradiosender Blogtalkradio Awakenings, Gastgeberin Michele Meiche, Beginn ab Minute 14:35 - Ende 87:40, 1:30 h Dauer, Mittwoch, 15. Juli 2009

21 Cottonwood Seminar http://veritaspub.com/product_info.php/handling-spiritual-challenges-april-2010-lecture-p-1014Handling Spiritual Challenges, 24. April 2010

22 Audio interview Power vs. Force, spoken from exaggerating memory, presented by webradio station Hay House Radio, host Diane Ray,  ~45 minutes duration, aired 26. May 2010   Registration required

23 Celebrate Your Life Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, Map of Consciousness (2010), 6. November 2010

24 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 161, 2005

25 Audio presentation Celebrate Your Life Conference, sponsored by Mishka Productions, Phoenix, Arizona, 7. November 2010 – The Quest for Spiritual Truth (2010), YouTube film, 1:31:05 duration, posted 23. October 2011

26 Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 161, 2008

27 Audio interview with David R. Hawkins, presented by US Blogtalkradio Awakenings, host Michele Meiche, minute 14:35-87:40, 1:30 hours duration, 15. July 2009

28 Cottonwood Seminar http://veritaspub.com/product_info.php/handling-spiritual-challenges-april-2010-lecture-p-1014Handling Spiritual Challenges, 24. April 2010

29 Audio interview Power vs. Force, spoken from exaggerated memory, MP3, presented by Hay House Radio, ~minute 30, ~45 minutes duration, aired 26. May 2010

30 Celebrate Your Life Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, Map of Consciousness (2010), 6. November 2010

31 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 9 "Overall World Population 2004", S. 89, 2005

32 Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 13 "Social Survival", S. 267, 2008

33 Audio presentation Celebrate Your Life Conference, sponsored by Mishka Productions, Phoenix, Arizona, 7. November 2010 – The Quest for Spiritual Truth (2010), YouTube film, 1:31:05 duration, posted 23. October 2011

34 Survey: Maine ranked 'most peaceful' state; Louisiana last, presented by American daily middle-market newspaper USA Today, On Deadline, 24. April 2012

35 Where are America’s Most Peaceful Places?, presented by TIME, Kate Springer, 25. April 2012

36 Lee Hsien Loong, third prime minister and finance minister of Singapore since 2004

37 As one of the four tiger economies  Singapore took one generation to leap from the status of developmental country to an industrial nation.

38 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 109, 2005
Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, chapter 11, S. 214, 2008

39 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 10 America, S. 164, 2005

40 Truth vs Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 263, 2005

41 Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, chapter 6, S. 131, 2008

42 Reality, Spirituality and Modern Man, S. 269, 2008

43 Audio series containing seminar snippets The Highest Level of Enlightenment, 6 CD set, Nightingale-Conant, United Kingdom, January 2003, 2004
Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, DVD 1 of 3, minute 00:45, 14. December 2002

44 Communism (Political system) [Status 2004] Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 148, 263, 2005

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