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Emergence: The Shift from Ego to Essence

by Barbara Marx Hubbard

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"What can we expect from the future? According to visionary and futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard, we will see a new type of human emerge in the world. She calls this the Universal Human, and it could be the key to our survival as a species.The Universal Human is connected through the heart to the whole of life, evolving consciously and helping to co-create a new kind of spiritual path, something we've never experienced before, but which is perfect for our time.Emergence lays out the blueprints for birthing this new kind of human, explaining all the steps in what Hubbard calls "an intimate and practical process for all who wish to make the transition to the next stage of evolution.""--… (more)

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