(NaturalNews) In cooperation with NaturalNews, David Rainoshek, creator of www.JuiceFeasting.com
has authored an important new report called We Are All Fukushima
. This report delivers "an integral perspective on the meanings and promises of disaster." It is an advanced look at the cultural and spiritual causes behind Fukushima and other disasters.We Are All Fukushima
is available now as a free download
(PDF). Simply click the following link to download and read it:http://www.naturalnews.com/downloads/We-Are-All-Fukushima.pdf
What is the source of the Fukushima problem?
In this groundbreaking report, David Rainoshek asks the question, "Where does the problem of Fukushima really exist?"
It's not just at the nuclear power facility, it turns out. This disaster -- as with many other disasters -- begins in the hearts and minds of modern humankind. To explain his perspective, David Rainoshek, an avid student of philosopher Ken Wilbur, cites the Great Chain of Being
and the roots of our the worldview and human values.
His report also asserts that science is the domain of "external truth"
that often ignores the far more important inner truths from which any lasting science must spring. "Science without religion is lame," Albert Einstein once said. He followed it up with "...religion without science is blind." This quote invokes an integral approach
to understanding both the fabric of reality around us as well as the apparent events that take place within that fabric.
The free downloadable report serves as both a primer on Ken Wilbur's philosophy as well as a deeper, more holistic explanation for the root causes behind global disasters such as Fukushima
It also warns that human civilization moving forward guided only by science but not a more integral understanding of our role in the universe is a path fraught with peril.
Download the free report
and read it yourself:http://www.naturalnews.com/downloads/We-Are-All-Fukushima.pdf
You may also wish to learn more about David Rainoshek's Juice Feasting
programs at www.JuiceFeasting.com
(I have long been a fan of Juice Feasting!)
Enjoy this free downloadable report. If you wish to post the report on your own website, please link back to this article so that readers may understand the context of the information.
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