A call to awakening and personal evolution.
Contemporary metaphysical thinking holds that we are in a time of accelerated personal and collective development, with desire spreading for more meaningful, conscious living. This work, by an unnamed author, speaks both to individuals who are just beginning to explore New-Age philosophy, as well as to readers who are already familiar with it. The structure is a continuous discourse, with numbered sections, meant to be read in the sequence presented. The format and reassuring tone gain the reader’s buy-in, as does the strategy of introducing topics, observations and suggestions that are commonplace or accessible before making assertions that are less known and increasingly challenging to mainstream concepts of reality. Many of the themes are easily understood—trust intuition, live with greater passion, steer clear of lower energies, and pay attention to the physical body, the earth, and the vibrational quality of food and water. Living a spiritual life is painted attractively and plausibly. Nonalarmist language (and well-crafted at that) presents positive developments as inevitable, from revolt against oppressive governments and institutions to activation of latent traits embedded in our DNA to contact with beings from elsewhere in the cosmos—some of whom, suggests the author, may be responsible for said encoding. The notion of alien presence, involvement and even experimentation on human beings may be new, and possibly off-putting, to many readers, except perhaps, followers of new-consciousness explorers such as David Wilcock. In the context of other similar, compassionate discussions, these concepts come across as neither far-fetched nor sensationalistic, however, but as worthy of consideration. Take what resonates and leave the rest, the author consistently counsels, while just as consistently giving the perceived contours of reality a gentle shake, again and again.
Thirty steps to a new way of being, for individuals, humanity and the planet.