How Theosophy & A 'WholeWorld-View' Can Empower Our Conscious Evolution

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Recent scientific evidence at all scales of existence—from the tiniest so-called Planck scale to the entire Universe, and across numerous fields of research, are discovering that our Universe exists and evolves as a unified entity. Dr. Jude Currivan calls this a WholeWorld-View, which integrates a unitive understanding of the nature of reality, shows that the appearance of our Universe emerges from deeper levels of causation, and that mind and consciousness aren’t what we have but what we and the whole world are. It reveals a Universe of meaning and purpose that embodies an impulse to evolve from simplicity to complexity and ever-greater self-awareness. Synergizing with universal wisdom teachings such as Theosophy has the potential to help heal our fragmented perspectives and empower our conscious evolution.

Dr. Jude Currivan is a cosmologist, planetary healer, and author. She was previously one of the most senior business women in the UK, and co-founder of WholeWorld-View. She has experienced multidimensional realities since early childhood. Dr. Currivan holds a Ph.D. in Archaeology from the University of Reading in the UK and a Master’s Degree in Physics from Oxford University, specializing in cosmology and quantum physics. International author of six nonfiction books, her latest is The Cosmic Hologram: Information at the Center of Creation. Her next book 'Gaia: Her-Story' is due to be published in 2022. For more information visit https://www.wholeworld-view.org & https://www.judecurrivan.com.

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