If you are creative, sensitive, an innovator, ahead of the shift in world conscious but feeling depressed, self critical or even suicidal, what you need to know is, these feelings are normal for your type.
Humanity is shape shifting, from Homo Sapiens to Homo Universalis.
If you are a scout, or forerunner, on the leading edge of your own evolution, you might feel like you’re alone and not making it. Scouts have an in-built tendency towards suicide so that no-one else follows them the wrong way.
How do you know if this is you?
You’re a compassionate, creative, innovative, sensitive soul in a world that feels alien and hostile.
You can’t see your way out.
You feel like you’ve reached a dead end.
What you need to know:
- There is no such thing as a dead end in a supportive, co-creative universe.
- You are never alone.
- You are always connected to source through your heart and the inner guidance of your higher self.
- We are going to make it as a species, thanks to your help.
Actions steps you can take right now?
- Find a community that supports your highest vision of yourself and the planet.
- Learn to manage your own emotions and thoughts.
- Follow a daily practice of connecting to Earth and your divinity.
This seems self centered?
By working on yourself you help raise the collective field of humanity. This is why the Dalai Lama says the best thing you can do for humanity is be a happy, healthy you.
If you’d like to learn how to do this based on your unique fingerprints, come join us in Earth School where you
learn what your sacred work is – your thesis in Earth School.
Learning mindfulness, how to manage your emotions around this topic is your sacred work.
On 23rd September 2010, the first day of Earth School, I’ll be discussing certain hand markers related to depression with leading hand analyst Richard Unger. The scout is one of these markers. The innovator is another.
You can sign in for these calls here.
More about scouts, innovative explorers, self criticism and depression:
This is what evolutionary conscious leader Barbara Marx Hubbard says. Her quote here in full:
“And then I just want to add here about depression and judgment, almost everyone
who’s a co-creator at their own edge has a tendency to judge themselves as not good
enough, of not yet having fulfilled yourself. And I’m still doing that at 80. I am getting
newer every day and sometimes I’ve judged myself oh Barbara you haven’t done
anything, you’re just a complete failure. You know what that is? The inner judge, I
learned this from a book by Howard Bloom, that in complex adaptive systems, let’s
say at the biological level, particularly at a bacterial level, when things are going well
there’s a controlled enforcement of what’s working and the group stays with it. As
they begin to get threatened, maybe there’s not enough food for this cluster of life
organisms, then what happens is they send out scouts and the scouts out are looking
for more food or a better place and when they don’t find it immediately – this is at
the biological level – there is what they call the inner judge, in human terms, that’s
self-suicidal. And this organism that’s out there scouting if it doesn’t find it soon kills
itself so that nobody could follow it. And then there are the resource generators and
these are cells that look like they’re succeeding but actually they’re just finding more
of the same and it’s all running out. Perfect description of planet earth.
Then there is this thing of things are really really grim and the whole group goes
vertical and they become genetic self-engineers and transform themselves. I have to
tell you, that was the best description of the way the inner judge comes up in
innovative people, and the self-judgment is really dangerous if you let it go the
whole way because it hurts you. It causes depression, it causes illness. I’ve
experienced it myself, because I was out at the edge of my own evolution and didn’t
know where I was going. I’m really sympathetic with that. So the artists as they
come out overcome self-judgment, depression, not knowing, and at the same time
deeper knowing and spontaneity.” (Excerpt from Co-creativity call one in The Sacred Way of Conscious Evolution: Barbara Marx Hubbard with Steven Dinan, April 29, 2010 )
The exact piece of the puzzle you need right now?
As a conscious co-creator you now know the source of these thoughts and emotions and start to take responsibility for managing them.
Over the coming weeks I’ll be inviting various experts to come and share their wisdom with you on how to solve depression. We’ll also be looking at how this shows up in your hands.
Call 1 will be with with Richard Unger: How depression shows up in hands.
23 September 2010, 8 pm Switzerland, South Africa and Central Europe, 2pm Eastern, 11am Pacific.
Some of the markers discussed: Abyss line, Persephone, Jacob’s Ladder, Moon Attack, Star of Tears, the scout, creative innovator.You can view a selection of these markings here.
Who is Richard Unger? Founder of the Interntional Institute of Hand Analysis and author of Lifeprints.
What is hand analysis? Hand analysis uses non predictive palm reading as a transformational tool. For tips and classes on how to read a palm using professional hand analyst techniques search this site or see reference markers above.