A Climate of Change

Yesterday a follower of this blog said that one way or another every post returns to the environment and climate change.  

UK seaside town
Well I suppose that's nearly true, but I do feel passionately about it all.  At this point the ten most  popular posts reveal that the environment and the issues concerning climate change resonate with readers too.  

Apparently there comes a time when the very next person to engage with a specific energetic flow activates the force field that triggers a global shift. That's how we create our own reality, something that Mystics have known for centuries. It is now called quantum mechanics. In climatology this global shift is known as a tipping point, and this is where some scientists are suggesting we have now reached.
If for you, as it is for me, the impact of climate change is of major importance, then you may have noted the President of the United State's presentation on the subject during his second inaugural address. He said:

We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations.
Some may still deny the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of raging fires, and crippling drought, and more powerful storms. The path towards sustainable energy sources will be long and sometimes difficult. But America cannot resist this transition. We must lead it.

Scorched earth
Jim Yong Kim, the new President of the World Bank, was one of the global leaders attending the annual World Economic Forum junket in Davos, Switzerland last week. He warned of the risk of conflicts over natural resources: “There will be water and food fights everywhere – if the forecast of a four-degree global increase above the historical average prove accurate”.  I wonder how many global leaders took that on board. 

Kim pledged to make tackling climate change a priority of his five-year term of office.

The thing is we value the health of the economy above all else.  It’s like valuing life but paying little attention to the heart and other vital organs that support life. 

Well our primary parent is a sharp cookie, she knows our innermost heart: how we feel, how we think, what we want, and what we fear.  Mother Nature does that tough love thing. She will support us to meet our needs by any means necessary, but not our wants.  

In the meantime Baron Stern, he of renowned 'conservative' Think Tank on Climate Change* has had a change of heart: I Got It Wrong On Climate Change–It’s Far, Far WorseStern now talks of an 'existential' threat.  But climate change is not to be feared; it is to be managed and accommodated.  

 As Neale Donald Walsch would say, "the process of Mastery is one of acceptance.  It is a quiet embracing of what is."

Like true alchemists, we can all bring the power of our own spirit to the energy flow that embraces and tempers, if not 'solves' climate change because we are living in interesting times. 

Further info:

1) *The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change
2) see also Nicholas Stern: ‘I Got It Wrong On Climate Change–It’s Far, Far Worse,’ An ‘Existential’ Threat For Many 
3) Related posts: http://amariblaize.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-shapeshifter.html?spref=tw
+ http://amariblaize.blogspot.com/2012/12/climate-change-what-climate-change.html?spref=tw

4) A Global Dimension: Check out ClimateWeek organisations for week-long events in 2013:

5) 12 Noon Sunday, February 17: Americans will head to Washington, D.C. for Forward on Climate.

6) in the UK see ClimateWeek.org

Climate Week


  1. At 12 Noon on Sunday, February 17, thousands of Americans will head to Washington, D.C. to make Forward on Climate the largest climate rally in history. Join this historic event to make your voice heard and help the President start his second term with strong climate action...
    Visit http://forwardonclimate.org

    The next person to engage with a particular flow of energy....the 100th Monkey phenomenon...


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