Time is Art

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Time is Art by Mind Map: Time is Art

1. Art

1.1. Crop Circles

1.1.1. seem to care about us

1.1.2. mystery

1.1.3. What is the message? Earth is powerful Powerful energies

1.2. Is Time Art?

1.3. Symbols

2. Awarenesss

2.1. “I do believe in an everyday sort of magic -- the inexplicable connectedness we sometimes experience with places, people, works of art and the like; the eerie appropriateness of moments of synchronicity; the whispered voice, the hidden presence, when we think we're alone.” ― Charles de Lint

2.2. Scientists differ on the difference between consciousness and self-awareness, but here is one common explanation: Consciousness is awareness of one's body and one's environment; self-awareness is recognition of that consciousness—not only understanding that one exists, but further understanding that one is aware of one's existence.

3. Consciousness

3.1. Connected to the consciousness of everyone

3.2. Unconscious in our society, materialistic considerations only.

3.3. Pay attention

3.4. “You are an explorer, and you represent our species, and the greatest good you can do is to bring back a new idea, because our world is endangered by the absence of good ideas. Our world is in crisis because of the absence of consciousness.” ― Terence McKenna

3.5. “If your mind carries a heavy burden of past, you will experience more of the same. The past perpetuates itself through lack of presence. The quality of your consciousness at this moment is what shapes the future.” ― Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment

4. Dream

5. Explore

5.1. Community

6. Graham Hancock

6.1. “I am convinced that the way forward for the human race is to recognize and protect the fundamental right of sovereignty over consciousness, to throw off the chains of our divisive religious heritage, to seek out forms of spirituality (or no spirituality at all if we so prefer) that are truly supportive of liberty and tolerance, to help the human spirit to grow rather than to wither, and to nurture our innate capacity for love and mutual respect. The old ways are broken and bankrupt and new ways are struggling to be born. Each one of us with our own talents, and by our own choices, has a part to play in that process.” ― Graham Hancock

6.2. Daniel Pinchback

6.3. Compelling conversations with fellow seekers Toko-Pa Turner, Richard Tarnas, Graham Hancock, Amy Lansky, Daniel Pinchbeck, and Rupert Sheldrake,

6.4. Amy Lansky

7. Masculine Materialism

8. Non-linear time

9. Sacred Feminine

9.1. Of course men also have a need to relate to the sacred feminine, to be nourished by her inner and outer presence. Without the sacred feminine nothing new can be born, and we see around us the sad plight of a masculine culture destroying its own ecosystem, unable to even agree on the steps needed to limit global warming. We all need to reclaim the living power and transformative potential of the sacred feminine, to feel her connection to the soul and the earth. And we desperately need the ancient wisdom of the soul of the world to help us at this time of global crisis. Many times before the world has been through an ecological crisis, and the world soul carries within her the memories and wisdom we need. But if we remain cut off in a mindset that sees this a problem that we need to fix with the same masculine attitude that has caused the problem, we will just compound the crisis. Only through working together with the sacred feminine can we heal and transform the world. And this means to honor her presence within our bodies and our soul, in the ground we walk on and the air we breathe. Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

10. Science Delusion

10.1. Belief that science understands the nature of reality.

10.2. Assumptions

10.2.1. The cosmos is going nowhere

10.3. Depression in a world with a depressing worldview

11. Spark

11.1. Divine spark

12. Synchronicity

12.1. Carl Jung

12.1.1. Archetypes

12.1.2. Moving the psyche towards wholeness.

12.2. Everything is connected.

12.3. No such thing as a synchronicity without feeling.

12.4. Telos

12.4.1. an ultimate object or aim.

12.5. Jennifer Palmer

12.6. Informing the synchronicity

12.7. Consider keeping synchronicities to your self.

13. the simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection. "such synchronicity is quite staggering"

14. Used to control life or to contribute in life.

15. Wisdom

16. “We do not create our destiny; we participate in its unfolding. Synchronicity works as a catalyst toward the working out of that destiny.” ― David Richo, The Power of Coincidence: How Life Shows Us What We Need to Know