Right now, while the whole world is going through a collective crisis, many of us find ourselves reflecting on what’s really important in our lives, and how to perhaps find a new way forward. What if we could find a new way together? That very idea was part of what drove the mission of the late visionary Barbara Marx Hubbard, who wrote about and actively campaigned for a collective conscious evolution into a world where humans can live harmoniously with the earth and one another. Listen to this flashback episode where Barbara shares her vision and inspires others to find their own deeper visions and share them with the world.
In this episode, Christine and Barbara discuss:
- Reaching into the higher parts of yourself through journal writing and finding your deeper life’s purpose, in order to share it with the world.
- The idea of evolution as a conscious choice to participate in the birth of a future based on connection, love, and care for the planet.
- How crises, personal and collective, can be transformational and evolutionary.
- How every time anyone fully expresses their deeper self and their life purpose through the act of writing, they’re serving the world.
About Barbara Marx Hubbard:
Barbara Marx Hubbard (1929 – 2019) has been called “the voice for conscious evolution of our time” by Deepak Chopra and is the subject of Neale Donald Walsch’s book “The Mother of Invention.” A world-renowned visionary futurist, evolutionary educator, and inspiring speaker, Barbara is the author of six acclaimed books that communicate the new worldview of conscious evolution. She was the co-founder and chair of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution and additionally co-founded many progressive organizations, including The Association for Global New Thought, as well as The World Future Society.
In 1984 her name was placed in nomination for the vice presidency of the United States on the Democratic ticket with the campaign theme “To Fulfill the Dream, a Campaign for a Positive Future.” Barbara passed away on the evening of April 10, 2019, in Loveland, CO, surrounded by her family, after a brief illness.
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