A Gallery Dedicated to The Pulse of Evolution: Co-Creation

Welcome to the 7Billion gallery, The Pulse of Evolution: Co-creation. This gallery explores the relatively new cosmic story emerging from science and supported by the ancient wisdom traditions: human consciousness as an emergent expression of the Universe. Join Kristina as she explores how she lives closely into this emergent truth, and how the deeper she goes into this experience, the more personal change she experiences. Be in conversation with the Universe within yourself. Find your own way – the path is unique for each of us. Explore waking up to your inner creativity, your own life purpose, your deeply healing relationships.

This gallery was inspired by Albert Einstein, Brian Swimme, and Barbara Marx Hubbard.

Questions to explore with The Pulse of Evolution gallery:
Why, like fish require water, do humans require story?

How do stories support humanity in finding our way forward?
What is the new cosmic story?
How does all life sharing a common ancestry, and a common chemistry – all related at the molecular level – shift the current story from separation to oneness?
In the last 100 years, science has provided more information on life than in all of recorded history. How can we integrate this new information into our societies, and ourselves, to assist humans to evolve beyond this current threat of extinction?
How can we individually go deeper into a direct relationship with the Universe? What role does awareness play?
What does it mean, the universe has my back?

We invite you to bring this inquiry into your personal practice and into the social spaces you share with others.

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  1. I spend a lot of time contemplating eternity and God. Why now? is the question I ask myself. In all the ages before and all the ages to come. Before the creation of this verse and after it has spent itself. The ages and ages and ages March before and and after. Why now? Why now are we here? I want to call out to God to know why, but he does not answer; Not yet. But I feel him in the wind and the rain. The sun on my face and the smell of the sea. I think sometimes that he’s waiting for me, but what is he waiting for. Thanks stranger you gave me the opportunity with the words you wrote to say something I’ve kept in my heart for awhile. I live in a world that wouldn’t understand my thoughts or feelings. It felt good to tell them even to a stranger. ​

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