by Christine Horner
In less than a decade, it has the power
to do what took multiple generations centuries to accomplish under
the old paradigm.
If you and
Ayn Rand don't think
individualism can coexist in the
same sentence, much less be driven down the same road, you might
want to ditch your rearview mirror for a glimpse into the future.
Individualism is critical to cultivating natural diversity and maintaining checks and balances.
Humanity is undergoing the growing pains
of the evolution of consciousness as our understanding of the world
around us, how we interact with one another and the planet, evolves
beyond our self-imposed limitations.
We are presently awakening to a new
idea, one that says everything in the Universe is
interconnected and interdependent, or unity consciousness.
Emotional intelligence is comprised of
self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social
skills - in relationship to others - all part and parcel of good
The collectivism that Rand railed
against was self-dealing vertical collectivism which called for
the sacrifice of the individual to the greater good within a
top-down hierarchy, ultimately diminishing individual freedom
When we work together cooperatively in harmony, rather than in competition which divides, we are able to generate the support required to create self-sustaining individuals and societies that flourish.
After the initial narcissism, our world
and our point of view has grown much larger than just ourselves. We
now have technology that enables more than just the Apollo
astronauts to see that we really are one extraordinary human race.
Another byproduct of unity consciousness is the rise of horizontal activist collectivism - and a new kind of leadership. Self-empowerment and equality are the bedrocks of horizontal collectivism that naturally bring out the leader within.
Personal fulfillment and social responsibility become inseparable, as we forge a new way of living and conducting ourselves in the world.
An example of a current high profile
social issue under intense pressure is the belief that some human
life is less valuable than others.
Is what we think and do rooted in
separation or unity consciousness? The answer to this question
determines our success or failure.
Who was right?
Behind us are the days of waiting for a
singular face in the crowd to do the heavy lifting and to take the
blows. Look in the rearview mirror to see your own face staring back
at you. Ask yourself what you can do on a local level,
self-examining for global impact.
Leadership is about being the change you wish to see in the world. Your leadership role is mandated by fulfilling your life purpose consciously, making you a beacon of light for others to emulate.
Coming together to do what we can't do
alone, good trickles up.
Keeping the message front and center,
not people, is how we drive a stealthier and much more powerful
TransGens are the ones that really understand that we're here to make life easier for each other.
It's your time to thrive...!