The 2012 Mayan Calendar – Prediction of Consciousness Evolution?
Change is occurring faster and faster. It no longer took many generations for one genetic difference to arise. Differences now occurred in every generation, speeding evolution a thousandfold. This new pattern is set to continue in the future – each new phase requiring a fraction of the time required in the previous phase. In the future, we might expect the same amount of change we’ve seen in the last 20 years to take place in years rather than decades.
The Mayan calendar ends in:
The actual pattern of Creation described by the Mayan calendar looks like a pyramid with 9 levels. Immensely long periods of time with shorter and shorter periods stacked on top. Or even more accurately, as a set of nestled vessels, each of them 20 times smaller than the last.
Each of these 9 Creation cycles is 20 times shorter than the previous cycle. Each of these cycles is further divided into 13 equal sections of time and each of these sections has a purpose onto Creation. There are 7 sections of day and 6 sections of night to each level. The starting point was about 16 Billion years ago – about the same time leading scientist are determining the big bang and the existents of our universe.
Our Beliefs Determine Our Experience
Recent validation of quantum principles proves that the way we perceive out world-our beliefs about our experience-strongly influence our physical reality. To change the way we live, we must change the way we believe. New discoveries linking the physics of belief with reality also tell us that how we fell about our experience has a direct effect upon what we actually experience. From these perspectives the solstice of Dec. 21, 2012, becomes a powerful window for our collective emergence into our greatest potential.
The Origins of the 2012 Mayan Calendar
The manifest world of appearances is restored to limitless possibilities when human consciousness reestablishes its connection to infinity. This is the heart of the promise of world renewal in 2012, and it can only take place within the heart of humanity. The indispensable secret ingredient in making these possibilities manifest is sacrifice, or surrender. We must surrender our ego-driven fixation to states of limitation, surrender the illusory ties that occlude our direct perception of eternity and infinity. We do not evolve toward these states because they reside at the root of our beings; instead, we unveil them by letting go of the limitations that obscure the reality of their immanent presence.
The purpose of the human experience is to reunite the ego with the divine self and live life in full consciousness of the eternal and infinite round of all manifestation.
What Will Happen in 2012? Will there be an age of awakening, a new step in human evolution, or even an end to the world we know? For years, archaeologists have known the Mayan calendar predicts this date as the end of an era on Earth. Today, more and more researchers, spiritual explorers, and even scientists are witnessing signs that 2012 will mark a critical shift in the history of our planet. Now, the leading authorities on the 2012 phenomenon present their insights about this enigmatic date.
Featuring essays from 25 renowned experts on the question of 2012, this invaluable anthology examines the mystery from every angle – spiritual, economic, ecological, and scientific – and to decide for yourself whether 2012 will end with a whimper or a bang. In The Mystery of 2012, you will discover the startling predictions and revelations of prominent thinkers, including:
- John Major Jenkins’ journey to the source for answers – the original Mayan calendar
- Gregg Braden’s examination of the scientific evidence for a shift in the Earth’s magnetic field, and how it will affect all life
- Barbara Marx Hubbard’s and Peter Russell’s explorations of the accelerating pace of evolution – why we may literally be transforming into a new species
- Ecologist Joanna R. Macy’s vision of “The Great Turning,” and how we can take part in this shift to a life-sustaining culture
- Daniel Pinchbeck’s investigation of the shift of consciousness that will be necessary for humanity to survive 2012
- Jean Houston’s predictions on the coming “Jump Time,” and her practical advice for dealing with the impact it will have on your life
- Corinne MacLaughlin’s discussion of using spirituality and consciousness to influence business and political trends.
Highlights: Reveals the Mayan calendar to be a spiritual device that describes the evolution of human consciousness from ancient times into the future. Shows the connection between cosmic evolution and actual human history. Provides a new science of time that explains why time not only seems to be speeding up in the modern world but is actually getting faster. Explains how the end of the Mayan calendar is not the end of the world, but a path toward enlightenment.
The prophetic Mayan calendar is not keyed to the movement of planetary bodies. Instead, it functions as a metaphysical map of the evolution of consciousness and records how spiritual time flows – providing a new science of time.
The calendar is associated with nine creation cycles, which represent nine levels of consciousness or Underworlds on the Mayan cosmic pyramid. Through empirical research Calleman shows how this pyramidal structure of the development of consciousness can explain things as disparate as the common origin of world religions and the modern complaint that time seems to be moving faster. Time, in fact, is speeding up as we transition from the materialist Planetary Underworld of time that governs us today to a new and higher frequency of consciousness – the Galactic Underworld – in preparation for the final Universal level of conscious enlightenment.
Calleman reveals how the Mayan calendar is a spiritual device that enables a greater understanding of the nature of conscious evolution throughout human history and the concrete steps we can take to align ourselves with this growth toward enlightenment.
The Evolution Continues Part I with Ian Lungold:
The Evolution Continues Part II with Ian Lungold: