The Global Mind and the Rise of Civilization: The Quantum Evolution of Consciousness By Carl Johan Calleman

How the global mind drives the evolution of both consciousness and civilization

• Explains how our brains receive consciousness from the global mind, which upgrades human consciousness according to a pre-set divine time frame

• Reveals how the Mayan Calendar provides a blueprint for these consciousness downloads throughout history

• Examines the mind shift in humans and the development of pyramids and civilization in ancient Egypt, Sumer, South America, and Asia beginning in 3115 BCE

In each culture the origins of civilization can be tied to the arising of one concept in the human mind: straight lines. Straight and perpendicular lines are not found in nature, so where did they come from? What shift in consciousness occurred around the globe that triggered the start of rectangular building methods and linear organization as well as written language, pyramid construction, mathematics, and art?

Offering a detailed answer to this question, Carl Calleman explores the quantum evolution of the global mind and its holographic resonance with the human mind. He examines how our brains are not thinking machines but individual receivers of consciousness from the global mind, which creates holographic downloads to adjust human consciousness to new cosmological circumstances. He explains how the Mayan Calendar provides a blueprint for these downloads throughout history and how the global mind, rather than the individual, has the power to make civilizations rise and fall. He shows how, at the beginning of the Mayan 6th Wave (Long Count) in 3115 BCE, the global mind gave human beings the capacity to conceptualize spatial relations in terms of straight and perpendicular lines, initiating the building of pyramids and megaliths around the world and leading to the rise of modern civilization. He examines the symbolism within the Great Pyramid of Giza and the pyramid at Chichén Itzá and looks at the differences between humans of the 6th Wave in ancient Egypt, Sumer, South America, and Asia and the cave painters of the 5th Wave. He reveals how the global mind is always connected to the inner core of the Earth and discusses how the two halves of the brain parallel the civilizations of the East and West.

Outlining the historical, psychological, geophysical, and neurological roots of the modern human mind, Calleman shows how studying early civilizations offers a means of understanding the evolution of consciousness.

Carl Johan Calleman holds a Ph.D. in Physical Biology and has served as an expert on cancer for the World Health Organization. He began his studies on the Mayan calendar in 1979 and now lectures throughout the world. He is also author of The Purposeful Universe, Solving the Greatest Mystery of Our Time: The Mayan Calendar and The Mayan Calendar and the Transformation of Consciousness. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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Dr. Carl Johan Calleman: The Global Mind Review

Published on Aug 19, 2015

[Previously Recorded Interview]
Dr. Calleman and Alexandra Meadors review his fascinating book called the Global Mind: The Rise of Civilization. It really gets into the details of the global mind, mass consciousness, our brain, and mind. Dr. Calleman describes how deep and fundamental the consequences of the shift in the Mayan calendar has been for our worldview, a shift that is only now beginning to make itself known through a new social conscience in our global social networks. Dr. Calleman describes the pivotal mental shift that created early civilizations; what inspired the ancient Egyptians, Sumerians, Jews and Mayans, outlining a new theory about the historical, psychological, geophysical, and neurological roots of the human mind.

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of person(s) interviewed and do not necessarily reflect those of Alexandra Meadors and Galactic Connection.

Lucid Living Experience Your Life Like a Lucid Dream by Tim Freke

After a life-time studying the world’s spiritual traditions, pioneering philosopher Tim Freke presents the mystical heart of spirituality in 8 transformative principles. From his personal experience he describes spiritual awakening as similar to the experience of lucid dreaming – except now while in the waking state.

Awakening is lucid living. This astonishingly direct book points to an awakened state. Step by step it guides you through a radically new way of looking at the present moment, so you can experience a spiritual awakening as you are reading! It will take you less than an hour to read, but it could change your life for good. Since it was first published ten years ago Lucid Living has come to be seen by many as a modern spiritual classic. In this new edition Tim Freke adds an 8th principle to account for the profound developments in his own understanding of awakening.

Tim Freke is an internationally respected authority on world spirituality and the bestselling author of more than 30 books, which have been translated into 15 languages. He is pioneering a new approach to awakening that has touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. He presents life-changing events internationally and online. He has often been featured in the international media including the BBC and The History Channel.

Tim Freke on Lucid Living and Lucid Dreaming

Standup philosopher and author Tim Freke talks about how the nature of reality is fundamentally paradoxical and the concept of lucid living and lucid dreaming.

‘The Spiritual Dream’ ~ Unmani Hyde

Published on Jun 22, 2016 Unmani speaks about how you can hear this message or this path of waking up as a way of endless self improvement. That puts the future goal of perfection so far in the future that, of course, you will never arrive. As if this message is about polishing this self, with the idea that one day this self will be a perfect self. That one day this self will be free, perfectly enlightened and perfectly unconditionally loving. That you will always feel at one with everything, never feel any pain, discomfort or fear. Thought imagines that there will be no thinking and no feelings.

Probably there are loads of other ideas that we have picked up on the way about how this perfect self should be one day. We try to attain this awakening as if it is an experience for me. When I wake up then I will feel at peace or at ease. We have certain ideas about how I will feel, behave or how other people will see me. It is still all about this sense of ‘me’. The language might have changed, perhaps it has become more non dual but it is still the same idea that one day it will be it.

And of course the actual message here, is that this is it already. But for thought that seems too easy, too obvious and too simple. It can’t possible be just this. If there are any problems or drama’s going on in your lives, it can’t possible include those. Anything uncomfortable will not fit into your ideas about how it should be. Thought will always find something to criticise. That is its nature. Thought will go on and on, endlessly trying to fix and improve this ‘me’. This believe in a separate ‘me’ that exists in time.

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