2013: The Beginning Is Here by Ervin Laszlo (Author), Geoff Stray (Author), Jose Arguelles (Author), John Major Jenkins (Author), Young Jim (Editor)


This anthology offers wide-ranging views by various global experts about the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012, as well as related prophecies and associated physical changes of Earth’s structure. The purpose of this collection is to broaden your perspective about such issues and concerns, so you can discern for yourself what your commitment to planetary life will be-and then to demonstrate your commitment into being, beginning this very instant.

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Ervin László: A new mindset is emerging

Ervin Laszlo, who was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, is interviewed by Lilou Mace about a new mindset, a new paradigm, that is emerging on our planet.

Said Laszlo:
I talk about what interests me most. It’s a new way of thinking — what I call a new paradigm — updating the way we think about ourselves and the world, which is very much needed because the world evolves much faster than our thinking does…
We are moving from a mechanistic, fragmented paradigm to a holistic, quantum-based paradigm… The outcome of it is that we actually feel ourselves much more belonging to this larger community of life…
Something larger doesn’t have to be a divinity. Something larger can be the whole community of life that has evolved on Earth. With over seven billion people, humans are a member of that. But, we are forgetting that we are a member of that, and we are forgetting that we are a whole community. We just think of ourselves…
I think that there are no foreigners on this planet… We are all brothers and sisters. We closer to some because we live together — more with some than with others. But, there are no people who do not belong to this large human community and the community of life. That, I think, is a new paradigm — the sense of becoming one, which is keynoted by this concept of love. Love means feeling one’s belonging to each other, which I think is the new paradigm. If young people grow up with that and start acting on that basis, we won’t have all of these problems that we’ve had (all this crises), because we will use our creativity to collaborate — instead of working against each other, trying to out-compete each
other, or become more powerful that the other — we try to see how we can together solve the problems.

Laszlo also talks about the Akashic field…Ervin Laszlo is a systems philosopher, integral theorist, and classical pianist. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, he has authored more than 70 books, which have been translated into nineteen languages, and has published in excess of four hundred articles and research papers, including six volumes of piano recordings.

Dr. Laszlo is generally recognized as the founder of systems philosophy and general evolution theory, and serves as the founder-director of the General Evolution Research Group and as past president of the International Society for the Systems Sciences. He is also the recipient of the highest degree in philosophy and human sciences from the Sorbonne, the University of Paris, as well as of the coveted Artist Diploma of the Franz Liszt Academy of Budapest. Additional prizes and awards include four honorary doctorates.

His appointments have included research grants at Yale and Princeton Universities, professorships for philosophy, systems sciences, and future sciences at the Universities of Houston, Portland State, and Indiana, as well as Northwestern University and the State University of New York. His career also included guest professorships at various universities in Europe and the Far East. In addition, he worked as program director for the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). In 1999 he was was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Canadian International Institute of Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics.

For many years he has served as president of the Club of Budapest, which he founded. He is an advisor to the UNESCO Director General, ambassador of the International Delphic Council, member of both the International Academy of Science, World Academy of Arts and Science, and the International Academy of Philosophy. source http://ervinlaszlo.com/

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