Tuesday, May 17, 2011

A Planetary Emergence

Preamble:

I was invited to attend a weekend afternoon conversation with futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard, https://www.barbaramarxhubbard.com/. and https://www.shiftnetwork.infusionsoft.com/go/2012a/FCE/ 



Victoria and Dr. Ron Friedman founders of the Vistar Foundation created the event. https://www. vistarfoundation.org.


The discussion centered around the rebirthing of our planet after the Mayan Calendar says all ends on December 21st, 2012.

Barbara and her colleagues at the, http://www.theshiftnetwork.com/tsn/AboutUs, organization hope to have a planetary event on December 22nd in which we all celebrate the reemergence of our planet.

The room discussion on Sunday concentrated on the internet and how all of us can participate consciously to facilitate a global awareness and creation and a structure for a planetary emergence.

I won’t get into the many fine energized elements and suggestions that free floated in the confines of a  three hour discussion; perhaps a later post will have more on that. The gathering did conclude with Barbara asking me, “What would you do to give a voice to this endeavor?”

I was stymied at first! And then I said, “I will synthesize the collective consciousness in this room and give it a singular voice in my blog on Tuesday.”

As I was driving home it occurred to me that I have been prescient for the answer had come in a previous Sonnet I had written. I’ve altered the words just a bit.

Synthesis:

Sunday Sonnet
© 2011 Rolland G. Smith

There gathered in a room a group of souls
Intent upon the action of a choice,
Aware the intellect has cosmic holes
To swallow up the weary human voice.
Some words are said without a structured text
In hopes of a result—to then refine,
Creating new a path to see what’s next;
Then hold the vision up to what’s divine.
We are the songs within diversity
And harmonies in living tones of time,
But do we have a noble clarity
To hear the needed cries of the sublime?
A planetary birth is set as theme.
Now let us move it past a holding dream.


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