Gregg Braden is a geoscientist and author who makes problem solving his business. While initially supporting companies in crisis situations, he now works with people on the new human history. His multidisciplinary background enables him to keep up with the multitude of new scientific breakthroughs. In 2003, he discovered intelligent information in the human genome. His books have been translated into over forty languages, and he is one of the most influential people in the spiritual field.
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Welcoming The Future: Recognizing Your Potential and Shaping The New World
We feel that our times are moving faster and that we sometimes find it difficult to keep up with the changes. However, if we become too attached to the past, it can result in suffering and pain. Gregg Braden is therefore convinced that we, as humans, must change — if we have not already done so in the last 200,000 years. When we shed the expectations from the past, we can embrace the new world that is emerging and be happier than ever.
In this video you will learn…
- why we need to change when the world does
- how massively we are shaped by thought patterns and conditions
- what we can take from our DNA for our understanding of human history
- to what extent we can influence the emerging new world through our potential
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