2013: Beginning an Era of Hope and Harmony

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Balboa Press, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 328 pages
"In 2013 we will visit the dawn of time and the Mayans at the peak of their civilization; we will look at our present time and some possible futures. Other cultures, ideas, theories, and dimensions help us stretch our imaginations and perspectives, so we can understand why 2013 is such an important new beginning. I believe the Mayans never intended to predict an apocalypse or cataclysmic end of the world, instead, just a notice that a World age would be ending, a history of the earth catastrophes that had occurred at the end of other world ages, and a message that consciousness controls what that transition would be like. In these pages I hope to reveal just how powerful the human mind/consciousness is, and that we do have time to direct positive, caring, healing thoughts and feelings toward our planet and our fellow humans. We can bring in the next age in a peaceful manner. There are indications that the Mayas and Incas felt there would be a great change in humanity at the end of this Fourth Sun. I and many other researchers beive that means a change in consciousness. When we correlate our recent discoverise about the physical universe with those of the Mayans, our appreciation of their perception increases. As we look at other ancient and indigenous knowledge and predictions we are drawn to examine other dimensions, 'strange' phenomena, and other ways of looking at the interaction between the physical and non-physical worlds. This leads us to examine consciousness and how it affects and interacts with all these worlds. Over and over we are reminded of the power of thought. We were also reminded by quantum physics as well as the ancestors: "As above, so below, as within, so without". Now we can bring it all together--into All One as we begin a time of peace and harmony."--book flaps.

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Lataine Townsend lives in the foothills of southwestern Colorado with her husband and Yorkshire terrier. She has been writing for many years and has been published in the annual literary publication of Fort Lewis College. Other pursuits include photographic art, gardening, and scenic travel.

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