You don’t have to be a climate scientist or understand that our deteriorating climate conditions will have disastrous ecological consequences. According to the World Economic Forum, ‘Russia’s melting permafrost could have a devastating global effect’.
The danger is not only the emission of carbon dioxide and very rapid global warming, but it’s also releasing gases and other substances that have been frozen for thousands of years, even from the dinosaur era. The melting of the snow in regions where that is not supposed to happen may cause an outbreak of diseases or other phenomena that humanity will have no idea how to deal with.
According to the wisdom of Kabbalah, the imbalance in human relations, which is the highest level of nature, directly causes an imbalance in the lower levels of nature – still, plant world and animal kingdom. The behavior of humans and especially their thoughts violate the balance in nature, and the less balanced our relationships, the more imbalance in nature as a whole.
Kabbalist Yehuda Ashlag, wrote in an introduction to his article “Preface to the Wisdom of Kabbalah”:
“All the upper and lower worlds are all included in man, and all the realities in the worlds are but for man only.”
As long as we do not work to balance the relationship and network of thoughts between us, the outlook for the earth, and us as its inhabitants, is very poor. The fires that are joining the floods, hurricanes and earthquakes signal to us that we don’t have much time left to change.
We must begin immediately and without delay, to nurture the most powerful force that exists in us: the power of thought. If we aim our minds and hearts towards better human connection, we will activate a positive force that is deeply rooted in the natural system, and it will bring balance into all levels of nature.
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