“Seldom has a book touched me so deeply in its mix of compassion, authenticity, and forward-looking while fully honoring the world’s wisdom traditions. It lays out how the darkness of suffering has a way of pushing humanity into the light of new beginnings if we so choose.”
The emergence of COVID-19 turned the world upside down causing mass causalities and sickness, economic ruin, and social unrest in the streets. However, despite the pandemic’s tragic and chaotic nature, the virus has also been a catalyst for the spiritual awakening of humanity on a scale not seen at any time since possibly World War II.
In COVID-19 and Humanity’s Spiritual Awakening, Forrest Rivers walks the reader through the myriad of ways in which the virus has served to awaken the inborn seeds of truth, wisdom, and the acknowledgment of our common roots as one human family.
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“What Force Wills It?” By: Forrest Rivers The eye blinks But what force wills it to blink? The ear hears But what force wills it to hear? The nose smells But what force wills it to smell? The tongue tastes But what force wills it to taste? The mind thinks But what force wills it … Continue reading Mindful Musings: May 11
By: Forrest Rivers
“Prayer to a Guru”
I come to you
To revel in your wisdom
And to receive your blessings
Channeled through time….
So sacred are your teachings
Filled with the boundless g...
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“The Earth is My Church” By: Forrest Rivers Chirping birds Sing their heavenly song Early in the morning The rising sun greets Hungry seekers Gathered in worship And the cool air brings Levity to a new day…. In this church, you see, There is no priest Other then the rocks and trees The mountains and … Continue reading Mindful Musings: May 5