This 18 min long video talk about what many astronauts have experienced in space; the ‘overview effect’, a sense of total unity and oneness with all life on Earth. They spend hours just gazing at Earth. And it changes them for ever.
We live on a planet, a beautiful planet.
And if we would like to keep living here, something has to change.
What if our anger, rage, fury and hate, judgment and our love of trauma and drama and separation are the greatest toxic wastes on the planet? And if it is, it’s the toxic waste we could most easily change—if we choose to. But ONLY if we choose to.
There have been numerous studies done proving that when you direct anger and judgment at a plant you kill it. This information should not be surprising to anyone. It disrupts the plant’s necessary energy field to such a degree that it ceases to be able to maintain life.
Well, what does it do to the Earth to have 6.5 billion of us choosing to use anger, rage, judgment, wrongness and separation as our primary mode of functioning in our lives and with each other?
If we want to change the world, we need to stop our reliance on such harsh, outdated modes of beingness. Unless we start asking some different questions, we don’t have a chance to fundamentally change the way we function in this reality and the way we function on this planet with each
So what’s the antidote to the anger, rage, fury and hate, judgment, separation and trauma and drama?
Consciousness. Question. Choice. And Possibility.
And the willingness to eliminate the separation that you believe defines you.
What if you have a greater connection to this amazing planet of ours than you’ve ever been willing to acknowledge?
Is today the day to change that? To start knowing who you truly BE?
A part of the whole that is Earth.
– Based on the book ‘Being You, Changing the World’ by Dain Heer