A group behind a web presence called You Being You, an online home for sharing wisdom to connect us with our true nature, ourselves and others.
One of the important gifts of ‘You Being You’ is that they have a wide experience and the skills to assist people address the psychological challenges of a world in transition.
That includes understanding your inside nature and focussing on easily understood vocabulary to express your feelings. Because one of the greatest challenges we have today is to be able to vocalise our feelings in such a way as to be clearly understood. There is a gigantic chasm especially among boys and men in finding the vocabulary to express their needs.
So what is it that affects us in a tragedy that directly afterwards people instinctively lean into each other for support and comfort?
This Interview covers the largest Peace Conference in New Zealand since the 1970’s and the need for action especially as New Zealand ‘has been' in the forefront of disarmament for global peace.
The necessity for New Zealanders and especially mothers who in nurturing their children need to strongly encourage their husbands to become far more proactive in communicating methods of curtailing and then disarming the escalating challenges of full spectrum warfare that is starting to dominate the news and media and that seeps into our consciousness on a nightly basis.
Inclusive of letter writing and rallies John says lets hit the military industrial complex in the pocket book. Lets follow up on any corporation or business what so ever that is making money out of armaments and warfare and target them at their finances by boycotting them and especially their subsidiaries and suppliers. Even a university that may be getting money from the arms race to further their research in hi tech design and electronic components.
Challenge the universities and challenge them on where they are getting their funding … ask for student boycotts of classes …. boycott paying fees - Now this is the Dr Hinchcliff a ”Companion of New Zealand Order of Merit” for services to education and the very first Emeritus Vice Chancellor of AUT University here in Auckland New Zealand and challenge them not just with words but with actions.
What is the over arching view point of human endeavour? Can humanity en masse turn our civilisation around?
How is it that we ‘are in our heads’ and forgetting our deep yet subtle connection to our planet and great sustainer? Everything in our world is basically cyclical and that we humans are embedded within all these cycles that are taking place around us, yet - without us noticing. We are instead, increasingly caught in the corporate treadmill of slash and burn and ‘get it now without looking at the consequences of our actions.’ This appears to be what western society is basing its economics and its life on.
Fortunately, more and more people are waking up to what is happening today.
New science has given a deeper understanding of biology and associated quantum systems to practically influence our quality of life.
This discussion reveals how by combining the opportunities presented by new technology with positive attitudes, lifestyle decisions and exercise we enhance our qualities of individual happiness and the wellbeing of our whole society.
If we are well we have more energy and mental focus to helps others, and have higher creative faculties for political or ecological considerations.