Spontaneous Evolution: Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman (2011)

~“To Ka,  Thank you for being a co-heart on the journey!” ~ Steve Bhaerman

In 2012, luckily, I “ran into” both Steve Bhaerman and Bruce Lipton. Isn’t it interesting how that happened? I didn’t see these co-authors at the same time, nor did I see them in the same place. In fact, I didn’t even realize until now that I met both of the authors within roughly a year’s time – a year of massive change – 2012. If I did realize it, I probably forgot it already.

I’m thinking about it now because I was witnessing so much growth and evolution, so many thoughts and ideas zipping around WordPress in the most fabulous way.  I’m finding new blogs to read and making new friends and acquaintances in such a super-fast way.

It seems like there’s no person/blogger who is originating the thoughts or ideas that get shared – even in my circle, we are all sort of evolving at the same time into this new consciousness. It brings up questions like, ‘What is inspiration?’

 

I don’t know, but I’ll definitely add my contribution. “Talk UP to people,”  says  Steve Bhaerman in this video

[When I was an undergraduate I studied anthropology as I mentioned in a previous blog post, and one of the theories that came up for inquiry was about how biological structures can independently evolve. This is referred to as Convergent evolution. If you want, you can read more about it here. It’s a super fascinating subject. In fact, I don’t really understand it! There are competing theories. http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/wiki100k/docs/Convergent_evolution.html]

I ran into Steve Bhaerman (Swami Beyondananda) and his lovely wife at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Santa Cruz. I just “felt” like going that day. I’m very ‘random’ like that.  By the way, that’s how I chose what I read in terms of blogging. As my sister says, “You always followed your heart.” It’s true; it has never underserved me. I read a quote today, it said, “an open heart is an open mind,” Dalai Llama XIV. This couldn’t be more true!

We had a very interesting conversation, Steve and his wife Trudy and I. He was kind enough to sign my copy of his book, and write: “To – Ka,  Thank you for being a co-heart on the journey!”

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It feels good to be on that path, knowing that I am not alone. Others have paved some roads, and I will pave my own road *while* I witness what converges.

I definitely have to take a little break everyone – a blogging break! Things are moving too fasdalai lamat. It’s time for me to leave you with Bruce and Steve. I may pop back in now and then to share some astrology updates. The rest of story-telling will likely come after much rest; and, after I’m on break from Oriental Medical school.

Much love to you all of you! Happy forward momentum!

17 thoughts on “Spontaneous Evolution: Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman (2011)

  1. Enjoy your blogging break and all it brings into your “field”. So how did you meet Bruce? Maybe I missed that part. I like how you follow your heart. I am able to live this way when I can go out of my mind and into my true nature 🙂 A great question about inspiration as well.

    Much love,
    Linda

    1. Thank you for visiting and commenting! ‘Say yes to everything’ is a great mantra for living. I’m still working to balance my activities on and offline; and YES, lots and lots of studying!!

  2. It’s funny how many times we have incredible things and synchronicitiesy happen to us, and we forget as soon as the epiphany of it is over… At least that’s what happens to me😁 xox
    P.s I love Bruce Lipton, his discoveries are really eye opening, as well as his warm personality

    1. I agree with you, same thing happens to me – that’s why I want to remember it, as best I can, and be as present as possible, avail myself to these gracious experiences. My impression of Bruce Lipton is that he is very kind-hearted; and, I just reopened his book ‘Biology of Belief’ and reread his dedication, “This book is dedicated to Gaia, the Mother of us All, May she forgive us our trespasses. To my own mother, Gladys, who has continually encouraged and supported me while being patient for the twenty years it took to get this book out…” One moment in time (epiphany) is like passing through a threshold or doorway after walking up a long flight of stairs. 🙂 Thank you, Shamanictracker, for sharing your thoughts. It’s a pleasure as always to hear from you.

      1. Awww i ❤ that book! Its one of my favorites. I often refer to it and readily recommend it to my clients and random people who engage (me) in meaningful conversations. Sorry for all the misspelings, typing from my phone… luv xox

      2. How sweet to share that with you 🙂 No worries about text missplessings. We do the best we can with what we got. I literally just typed that and decided to keep it. 😉 How fun my shaman friend.

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