The Emergence of a New Cosmology: The Unfolding of The New Human Story by Connie Cockrell Kaplan, out in February 2021. Discover the synopsis, ratings and reviews, and learn more about this author of self-help.
The Emergence of a New Cosmology: The Unfolding of The New Human Story by Connie Cockrell Kaplan.
Before we dive into the book story, let’s say a few words about the author.
Here is her biography in her words.
Hi. My name is Connie Cockrell Kaplan. You may call me a spiritual mentor, an author, a teacher, a wife, a mom, a friend, and a regular gal. I live in Los Angeles, California, but due to the marvels of the internet, who cares where I live? The students of my work live all over the world, and they contribute to the international nature of these unique teachings.
The information in each of my books articulates a distinctive body of spiritual information received in a series of mystical experiences I’ve had in my life. Each book documents a direct encounter with Super-Consciousness outside the narrow boundaries of typical human consciousness.
I love sharing what I’ve learned about the real purpose of human incarnation! These books, my classes, and my life are my syllabus.
For more information go to her website: www.theinvisiblegarment.com
Now, let’s take a closer look at the book.
The Emergence of a New Cosmology: The Unfolding of The New Human Story, synopsis:
Cosmology is the story we tell ourselves about why we are here in this universe. Right now we humans find ourselves in a cosmological transformation that is as profound as the radical shift in collective consciousness after we realized that the sun doesn’t orbit around the earth. We live in a time that collapses time into timelessness; we live in a space that doesn’t acknowledge boundary. The story is changing right now, because our knowledge of who we are is changing.
Now is a special time. We must re-understand humanity, its reason for existence, and its potential for co-participating with evolution.
The goal in this book is to focus on re-writing the story we humans tell ourselves about ourselves – or more accurately, to recognize the new story as it writes itself through us.
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