What if everything you think you know is wrong?
What if our history is incorrect?
What if the basic assumptions we base our life on are just not right?
Could you face up to the truth and go on living?
Could you admit that you’ve been wrong about our beliefs and face life anew?
It is not easy to learn that those long held and cherished beliefs are actually falsehoods.
It takes both a strong will and an open heart to hear something that challenges everything you’ve held dear.
In today’s changing world where information is being revealed at a breakneck pace, that is exactly what we have to contend with.
Our view of the history of the planet is constantly being challenged as new discoveries show that life is much older than we first thought.
New scientific evidence is showing that the start and evolution of the universe might not be what has been accepted for so long.
In our own lives, our views of our ancestors, or even our parents, changes over time.
Now that we are living longer, we see things differently.
Our perspective as a race is changing.
Our view of everything around is morphing.
The interconnectedness of life is more evident than ever before.
Technological development is turning Science Fiction into Fact.
Life as we know it is evolving in a single lifetime what once took generations to achieve.
How can we be so self-assured that we really know what is going on?
How can we hold on to old beliefs so tightly in the face of radical change?
How can we stay the same when everything else around us is mutating at light speed?
The time has come to release our grip on those assumptions that have ruled our lives for so long.
The time has come to look at each new day as if we live in a brand new world, a brand new reality.
Because we are.
Every day we are faced with new realities and new discoveries.
Perhaps it is as simple as looking at our own histories and letting go of the stories we have lived by.
To let go of the meanings we have made of experiences that no longer serve us.
To wake up each day and release something old in our minds and hearts.
To be as a child who knows they know nothing.
To be open to what life brings us without judgment or reservation.
What a beautiful journey awaits us in this new world…
~ Sam Liebowitz, The Conscious Consultant