Until quite recently we could paraphrase Mark Twain in saying that, the same as about the weather, everybody talks about a global crisis but nobody does anything about it. Now people are beginning to do something about it, with a new leadership in the White House and the media full of reports on economic and financial crashes and ecological threats. But big questions remain: (1) what kind of change do we really need, and (2) how much time do we have to make it?
Worldshift 2012 answers these questions. It describes the root causes of today‘s crisis – which is why we need to change. It outlines the objectives we must adopt to find our way beyond the crisis, and it indicates the practical steps we must undertake to reach them. And it gives a clear and reasoned estimate of the window of time left to us: why, if we are to turn around the plunge toward deeper crises, change must occur by the much heralded end (or, more likely,
transformation) of the world at the end of 2012.
This "handbook of conscious change" offers a simple and fundamental recipe for making the epochal shift from a path to breakdown to a breakthrough to a sustainable and peaceful world: more timely goals and objectives, and a more evolved consciousness. It also spells out the nature of the new goals and objectives, and tells us how each of us can evolve his or her consciousness - the real precondition of a worldshift that's effective, and comes in time.