The rise of consciousness: what my book ‘We only live once’ is all about

Our vision of life is both simple and complex. We usually take life for granted because we have no choice in the matter. We exist and go about our lives and for many of us we are content to do just that. But we tend to forget that life is a truly a remarkable achievement when we consider the complexity of what we are and the environment. Yet, this elaborate system or principle that enables us to thrive depends heavily on one factor to be appreciated: consciousness. Without consciousness, nothing we experiment would have meaning. In fact, everyone would agree that life would be meaningless without being aware of it.

Now, because our understanding of life remains somewhat limited, we divide its manifestations into segments or acts. We simplify. As far as space is concerned, this is a relatively easy concept to comprehend, but our continuum also includes time and this is where life gets a little tricky, especially when we pull ourselves out of the ‘here and now’. When we do that, we usually think about a moment in particular. We use our memory to relive this moment the way we experienced it. Two things can happen then: we relive the past or we anticipate what can or could come out of this moment and we project ourselves into the future. If we take these instances for what they are – past and future – we realize that neither exist as such because we create these moments out of the present.

Are we out of sync then? We could certainly think that if we were linear beings, which clearly we are not. But we do tend to entangle ourselves mentally and emotionally and that prevents us from enjoying life fully. I am of those who think that we have to learn to enjoy the moment when it comes, any moment, because it will never come back, never be again. We also have to realize at the same time that creativity is born out of the present and gives us the ability to create a state of mind so we can express ourselves fully, for our personal benefit and that of others. I believe this creativity can be at our fingertips if we let our imagination flow. We then liberate a potential for which there are no limits then the ones we impose upon ourselves.

I truly believe we are entering a new era and all the present emphasis on technology is transitory because it is a means from which we learn to tap into a realm that leaves behind a purely material aspect of ourselves to embrace a more spiritual point of view, one that is limitless in scope, less linear and more multidimensional, in tune with what we are deep inside.

My book – or the idea of it – was born out of this vision. It deals with consciousness, a remarkable power or state of being that helps us see the world we live in more and more for what it truly is as we focus more on what is within than what is outside ourselves. Enhanced consciousness also helps us participate more fully in the unfolding aspect of evolution. How? By creating our own reality, one that is more in tune with what we are so that we live more in harmony.

If there is one message We only live once conveys, it is this one: life is continuous, never ceases to be and cannot exist without consciousness. To understand this, my book written under a spiritual banner focuses on knowledge past and present, presents an original outlook on life, death and the cycle that governs these principles. It also proposes a series of meditations and exercises to tap into our inner self and free this power we have. All it takes is willpower and love, love of self, love of life.

We only live once is available in paperback and ebook format on these links at Amazon.com and Amazon.uk. Watch what it’s all about on YouTube and visit Seek Publications on Facebook.

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