A voice in the wildernessHERE ARE MORE BEHAVIORS WE ARENOW INVITED TO ADOPT
In the newest Conversations with God dialogue we are offered a list of sixteen differences in the behaviors of an awakened species when compared to the behaviors of humans living in an unawakened state.
In the days ahead I’m going to review that list here, and provide an opportunity for deep discussion of them. Here, then, are Items #5-8:
An awakened species does not embrace a principle in its civilization that correlates with the concepts that humans refer to as “justice” and “punishment.”
An awakened species does not embrace a principle in its civilization that correlates with the concept that humans refer to as “insufficiency”
An awakened species does not embrace a principle in its civilization that correlates with the concept that humans refer to as “ownership.”
An awakened species shares everything with everyone all the time. Humans in an unawakened state often do not, only sharing with others in limited circumstances.
Looking at these four observations, do you agree? What changes do you think would take place in the daily experience of humanity if we adopted the four behaviors of an awakened species that are listed here?
Conversations with God-Book 4: Awaken the Species has placed before us a road map, providing us a look at how we may get from where we are as a species to where we want to be: a place that is free from violence and strife, from suffering caused by others, from the experience of lack and insufficiency.
I believe it is possible for the human collective to get there, to create these outcomes. What do you think? Is this all a pipe dream? And regarding the four behaviors on the list above, do you see them as applicable and functional in any way in the daily experience and expression of the sentient beings on our planet?