Is there hope for us?

I believe a more healthful human consciousness is evolving and it has been predicated for a considerable time now. What are your thoughts on this? (An inquiry from a reader of my blogs and book.)

Response: Humbly and respectfully, I believe it is much about (and becoming more and more so) a deeper and deeper realization of the import of ‘true Health through true responsibility.’ It has a long way to go…but I believe there is a significant budding awareness as such. In the ages-old traditions that I teach, coach, and endeavor to practice, it is said: “The world would be a much different and better place when at least a slight majority are raised-up or raise themselves up to take true responsibility for their own health and well-being. Humankind will not evolve to a higher level….until this occurs.” This is the primary thesis of the ages-old Bright Beautiful School of Thought (as shared in my book).

It is requisite of a truly substantive amount of true honesty and true appreciation…which are promoting of true happiness and true freedom – but most importantly, needing less and less to hide behind: Consistently (and in a deeply-meant healthful spirit of humility, respect, benevolence, and altruism), if there is a ‘key to the universe,’ this is most succinctly a substantive philosophical description. Its central feature is found in the notion of Acting Without Acting, i.e., endeavoring to do the right thing for the right sake…without the need for selfish recognition or hidden agendas. This ‘central feature’ is splendidly complemented by the notion that we are all much more in the same common boat than we often think and act…hence the primary fault of humankind is the notion that you are there and I am here. A path toward greater and greater insight and practical application into this ‘same boat theory’ is found in benevolently and altruistically supporting each other in our healthful goals. Once again, this is true health through true responsibility – it is recognizing what might or should be our most important goal, e.g., to endeavor to make the world a better place…each day, each moment. This quintessential spirit can prompt us to be more and more light and bright sparkling spine-tingling healthful conduits between Heaven and Earth. — Dr. Glen Hepker


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