Hi! Welcome to this flashback series, featuring some of my favourite episodes from the archives discussing key ideas and teachings that take us to the heart of who we are, reveal what makes us tick, and lead us to greater freedom and well-being. Sit back, relax and enjoy!
I’ve still got my pointy philosopher's hat on, as we are continuing our exploration of those questions that most of us have asked ourselves at some point in our lives: who am I and why am I here?
Last week in part one we were looking at this primarily from an individual perspective, discussing what it all means on the individual or the microcosmic level.
This week, we’re hitting the macrocosm! We’ll be looking at the past evolution of not only humanity, but the planet and the whole dang solar system, as well as looking at our future. What are we here to do? What’s the point?! Where do we go from here?
I’ll be sharing with you some excerpts from my collection of books on esoteric philosophy, psychology and science, as I attempt to digest the vast ideas I’m covering in this episode through my tiny little brain :) Ouch!
In this episode:
- The stages of evolution for the human kingdom
- The difference between human and animal souls
- How the group spirits of animal species govern their astonishing behaviours and quirks of nature
- Why it is so hard for human souls to operate in physical bodies
- Why all those cats in the YouTube videos are freaking out about cucumbers
- What Jesus Christ was actually trying to show us
- Who is the Spiritual Hierarchy?
- The only “sin”, according to the Ageless Wisdom
- Mankind’s role as mediators on our planet
- What I can say about The One About Whom Naught May Be Said
- Humanity’s next stage of evolution
- The vast, sci-fi nature of humanity’s future purpose, not just on earth, but in the solar system and beyond
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