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2012: Message from Matthew

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Suzanne WardChannelled from Matthew Ward December 31, 2007

WHAT WILL HAPPEN when you cross off the last day of 2011 on your calendar and you pin up the one for 2012?  The thoughts in many minds about that year range from the sublime to the ridiculous, and since the latter is so quickly addressed, that’s where I’ll begin. 

No, your world is not going to end.  Earth is an eternal soul inhabiting a planetary body, and now that it’s back from the brink of destruction— thanks to the infusion of light from your “space” neighbors—and on the way back to its original vibrant health and beauty, she’s going to keep it for a long time to come. 

With “ridiculous” accounted for, what is the “sublime” that you can expect 2012 to bring?  Like everything else that happens anywhere, the choice is up to individuals, the decisions each makes.  What I can tell you with certainty is, you who make the trip with Earth into the higher planes will be living in the promised Golden Age.  In numerous of his messages, my Matthew-Self has accurately described the changes and challenges during the transition between now and your world in 2012 with its astounding differences that you will welcome whole heartedly. 

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New Concepts of Matter, Life and Mind

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by Ervin Laszlo

Author, Founder of Systems Philosophy

In light of the current, revolutionary advances in the natural sciences and in the study of consciousness, the concepts of matter, life, and mind have undergone major changes. This paper outlines some basic aspects of these changes, taking in turn the emerging concept of matter, of life, and of human mind and consciousness.

The concept of matter

The Western common sense view has held that there are only two kinds of things that truly exist in the world: matter and space. Matter occupies space and moves about in it and it is the primary reality. Space is a backdrop or container. Without furnished by material bodies, it does not enjoy reality in itself. This common sense concept goes back to the Greek materialists; it was the mainstay also of Newton’s physics. It has been radically revised in Einstein’s relativistic universe (where spacetime became an integrated four-dimensional manifold), and also in Bohr’s and Heisenberg’s quantum world. Now it may have to be rethought again.

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