“Most of you have just this very small pond that you are swimming in. [You’re] not understanding that your little pond is part of a great and vast ocean and affects the ebb and the flow of all communication and relationship upon this planet.”
A Message from The COLLECTIVE
Where’s the disconnect?
In the last 200 years we’ve gone from the simplicity of the telegraph to the wonder of satellites in space to keep ourselves abreast of one another. We’re connected in a myriad of ways that ought to serve us in fostering shared experiences and aspirations. Why in an unprecedented time of technological advancement do we seem farther apart than ever?
What’s really going on?
Knowing the state of the world doesn’t automatically instill concern, and seeing the suffering of others doesn’t immediately generate compassion. It takes more than information to create relationship.
When I think about global relationships my mind automatically turns to organizations. NATO promotes our collective defense, the G7 look after our monetary prosperity, and the WHO exists to protect our global health. Our respective governments see to our national interests and our militaries keep us safe from harm. We even have an international body in the form of the UN to ensure equity among nations.
In the face of this organizational might, how can the contribution of any one person make a difference?
The whole is made up of its individual parts. This is true in every aspect of life from our basic material existence to the most complex scientific principles the human mind can understand. We’re a part of the whole, you and I. That makes us responsible, but it also grants us influence.
As an individual, how can you help?
The simple answer is . . . maybe you already are.
The COLLECTIVE teaches that there are countless ways our own beliefs about relationship manifest on a global scale. As individuals who make up the whole, where else can the frequency of conflict and distrust be coming from? We’re all suffering from an intellectual disconnect that causes us to fear world events while seeing ourselves as separate from them.
That changed recently and needs to be examined.
We have an opportunity right now to have an important discussion about what we really want for our world and how we got to where we are. Join us for “Human Connections: A Global Experience” and participate with others who share your concern for our future as a people and a species.
Your contribution matters more than you realize.
Are our families meant to be a model of the broader global community? When does this analogy begin to break down and why? We begin our study with an examination of family.
Living the Program
How do human relationships fall prey to familial, religious, and cultural programming? Is it a given that they will? We’ll examine how our personal beliefs about relationship show up on a global scale.
Our shared experiences around the COVID-19 virus have brought to light our deepest held human beliefs in a number of important areas. Is the pandemic providing an opportunity to see dissonance on a grander scale?
The COLLECTIVE teaches that everything is frequency, even our individual relationship with the entire human race. What do we need to learn about frequency in order to re-establish our connection to one another?
As Above – So Below
The COLLECTIVE teaches that our divine connectivity to one another was born and established outside this plane of existence. Can the ties that bind us as eternal beings be made manifest here on Earth?
A Wider Perspective
We’ll spend our last week together discussing the implications of joining the galactic community. Are there greater ramifications to be considered if we can’t come together as a species?
“You’re coming into a time where you’re going to have to join the galactic community, as many of you say. …If you don’t even have relationship mastered with one another, how are you going to deal with all the others who are going to come into your awareness?”