The greatest challenges for our societies and families in the next decade 2010-2020 will be the battle for mental and emotional health and the challenge of facing diminishing physical and social resources and the impact of extreme weather due to global warming of our atmosphere.
The issue of challenge to our mental health arises from the intensification of fear and stress affecting emotional and mental balance, health, and wellbeing. The increased fear of failure and feeling alone or abandoned will be the challenge for many to overcome.
The ability to cope and thrive will be our most needed tool in the current climate of instability and insecurity.
The achievement of self-love and faith and trust in one’s ability to be still, detached, and peaceful when surrounded by chaos and insecurity will be the needed tools of the ‘new era’. The ability to raise one’s energetic vibration and frequency above that of fear, blame, and guilt will require love, courage, and intuition.
The pranic healing community is one such group which is actively pursuing the development of character, virtues, and practices to achieve greater acceptance, tolerance, detachment, and support for those who are feeling alone, suffering, and neglected or unloved. Master Choa Kok Sui has developed a simple recipe formulation of self-healing and social healing tools for achieving inner peace, healing, and wellness. These can be discovered through basic pranic healing courses offered worldwide. Our Canadian source of information is www.pranichealing.ca.
The principles of inter-connectedness, impermanence,and emptiness will be the Bible of tomorrow allowing us to experience acceptance, tolerance, and compassion for ourselves and those we know and don’t know who are suffering and dying around us.
Together we will overcome the medical limitations of the post-antibiotic age when drugs will no longer be able to counter infections. The ability to overcome physical injury and traumas resulting in systemic infections will be the challenge for our post-antibiotic reality.
We are currently experiencing an increased awareness of the need for palliative care and the integration of love and compassion to those who are sick and dying. We will need to become involved on a greater scale beyond the current scope of relationships extending to individuals we don’t know.
Extreme weather creates more challenges to mental and emotional stability and our ability to cope and adjust to insecurity, fear, and change.
These situations will be replaced by spiritual and energetic groups which will be uniting us in a force-field of love, faith, hope, trust, and compassion for each other as we continue to strive and thrive in increasingly challenging environments.