Slowly, but surely, emerging on our conscious path, another step in our Human Metamorphosis, comes Behavioural Wisdom.
Our consciousness expresses itself through the behaviours we manifest, so it stands to reason that low consciousness, will result in behaviours that will exhibit harm, greed, subjugation, control, misused power, etc. Whereas higher consciousness reveals itself as behaviours resting in peace, equality, harmony, compassion, understanding, forgiveness, courage, appreciation and humility.
Our consciousness is unlimited, unbounded and infinite (think about that for a moment!
No beginning and no ending.
“Whoa.. . . “ Says the ego-mind, that is impossible! “Everything has a beginning and an end, everybody knows that,” it protests.
Well if Albert Einstein, a well-respected authority on energy, endorses that energy cannot be created or destroyed and consciousness is a form of energy, then maybe it is true that it too has no beginning or ending.
Consciousness is the key and raising our awareness, opens the doors to boundless possibilities, new congruent behaviours, spontaneity, clearer vision of our future, hope and functional behaviours.
If we could integrate Behavioural Wisdom into our lives, through our bodies, hearts and minds, by becoming more conscious, what a different place our world would be and what an amazing legacy we could leave our children.
It can be and has been done!!
Rick’s passion and purpose in life is clear, and everything he does supports this. His journey in life has been hardly a straight line. Returning from the battles of combat in the Vietnam War at just 22-years old, he was a self-described - “broken man”. Rising up from this, he undertook both a corporate business path in the energy sector, as well as a spiritual one, studying with masters across India, China and SE Asia. Rick is a TEDx speaker and author, but above all, he is a master at intuitively listening, understanding and helping others see what they cannot see in themselves.
Rick was born in England, and then spent over 30-years in Australia and has called Ubud, Bali home for the past 10-years with his wife and family.