Precessional Time and the Evolution of Consciousness: How Stories Create the World By Richard Heath

How stories enable us to identify the inner spiritual aspects within our material world and participate in the evolution of human consciousness foretold by ancient myths

• Reveals the heightened creativity necessary and available during a precessional shift between ages

• Identifies where and how cosmic energies of consciousness and creativity can be found using principles developed by G. I. Gurdjieff and John G. Bennett

• Explores how myths, megaliths, language, and cave art enabled narratives shaped by sacred proportion

All of culture can be said to be made up of stories. In fact it is stories, more than language, tools, or intellect, that make us human. Our Neolithic and Megalithic ancestors recognized this and stored, within their mythic narratives, an understanding of how sky changes evoke changes in consciousness as human cultures progress through each Zodiacal Age of the precessional cycle. As we enter the Age of Aquarius, it is time to recognize the profound power of stories to give our world meaning.

Exploring how ancient myths, megalithic structures, the formation of language, and even prehistoric cave art are narratives shaped by sacred proportion, Richard Heath explains that stories enable us to identify the inner spiritual aspects within our material world and participate in the evolution of human consciousness. He reveals how the precessional myth of the hero’s journey to steal fire from heaven describes a necessary search for new cultural modes that occurs at the end of an Age as the dominant culture begins to falter–and how the massive information bubble created by our modern world, while drowning us in meaningless narratives, also contains the components for an evolutionary shift in consciousness. Presenting key principles advanced by G. I. Gurdjieff and John Bennett to help us awaken to the continuing evolution of our consciousness, Heath shows how to access the spiritual intelligence and heightened creativity available during the galactic alignment of the current “twilight” between two precessional ages.
Richard Heath has degrees in systems science and is the author of Matrix of Creation, Sacred Number and the Origins of Civilization, Precessional Time and the Evolution of Consciousness, and Sacred Number and the Lords of Time. He lives in Perthshire, Scotland.

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This film presents a core theme from the book of the same name by Richard Heath. In this human development is presented as having a necessary developmental structure that conforms to that of a musical octave. This connects with Gurdjieff’s harmonic cosmology, presented in the previous film, in this series called The Politics of Number.

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Your Spiritual Power: A Collection of Inspirational Writings by Ernest Holmes (Author)

Ernest Holmes, well known for founding the Church of Religious Science (now called “Centers for Spiritual Living”) and for his magnum opus The Science of Mind, published many smaller papers and treatises throughout his career as an author. Now, for the first time, seven of his best classical works are bound together in a single volume, Your Spiritual Power—including four rare works being published by Tarcher/Penguin for the first time.

The works in this amazing collection of motivational writing include:

Immortality: Thoughts on what it truly means to be immortal, and ponderings on what experiences after death may be like.

—What Religious Science Teaches: Offering the student of life the best that the world has so far discovered, Holmes shows how the ideas of Religious Science have been developed by Taoism, Hindu scriptures, the Koran, the Talmud, and other great spiritual teachings of the world.

—Your invisible Power:
Considered by Holmes to be one of his most powerful works, this short book expands on a selection of key topics presented in The Science of Mind, and is illustrated throughout.

—Pray and Prosper:
An essay discussing Holmes’s understanding of prayer and its relationship to the infinite. Holmes contemplates the meaning of prayer, its objectives, and prayer’s relationship to internal spiritual enlightenment.

Additionally, this omnibus will include Holmes’s classic works Think Your Troubles Away, Living Without Fear, and Discover a Richer Life.

This beautiful, one-of-a-kind collection—brimming with messages of hope, inspiration, and joy—will be a must-have for students of spirituality and fans of Holmes’s work the world over.

Ernest Shurtleff Holmes (1887-1960) was an avid student of the world’s spiritual systems. He found in these a common denominator he called the Science Mind, a practical philosophy for abundant living. Beginning as self-educated lecturer, Holmes developed a large following of students and went on to formalize his work by founding Science of Mind magazine, an educational institute, and the United Church Religious Science. His writings have inspired the work of countless clergy, business leaders, physicians, and psychologists and have helped to shape the guiding principles of the modern human potential movement, both spiritual and secular. Born and raised in Maine, Holmes spent much of his adult life in California.

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Holmes Science of Mind.mp4

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