The 2012 Mindshift -Meditations for Times of Accelerating Change


2012 marks the end of the Mayan calendar’s 5125-year cycle, leading many to prophecy this as a time of great change—for some the end of Western civilization, for others a time of transformation and renewal. Whatever may or may not happen in 2012, it is clear that we are living through a critical period of human history, and the need for a widespread shift in human thinking and values is becoming increasingly apparent. From this perspective, 2012 is a symbol of the times we are passing through. It represents the temporal epi-center of a cultural earthquake, whose reverberations are getting stronger day by day.

What do we need to adapt to these challenging times? Peter Russell teaches that we need to rebuild our inner resources. On The 2012 MindShift, he guides you through five simple meditations designed to help you stay grounded, nurture your resilience and remain composed—no matter what the tides of change may bring.

* Presence: Finding peace in the moment
* Befriending discomfort: Working with difficult feelings and rigid attitudes
* Inner wisdom: Tapping the guidance that awaits within you
* Loving kindness: Developing greater compassion and community
* Clarifying purpose: Strengthen your life’s vision

Each meditation segment is preceded by a 5-10 minute introduction explaining the meditation and its value in helping you successfully navigate your way through these turbulent times.

Listen to Introduction
to the CD (10 mins):

http://www.peterrussell.com/mp3s/2012intro.mp3.zip

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