The articles collected here are drawn from the pages of Share International magazine. Each of the topics covered is in some way relevant to Maitreya’s emergence, teachings or priorities. This will give some indication of the breadth of involvement he and the Masters of Wisdom have in the daily life of humanity, as well as our entire planetary scheme.
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Interview with Karsten van Asdonk (excerpt)
Niels Bos (Share International, December 2022)
The ether could be described as the background field of energy that is always present everywhere. And that’s something very abstract at first, because we can’t see or feel that at all. It can be thought of it like this: every atom and every molecule in the universe is connected to some kind of substrate, with which it is all connected.
Corné Quartel (Share International, December 2022)
A common definition of utopia is: ‘A place, state or condition that is ideally perfect in respect of politics, laws, customs, and social conditions.’ This does not mean all people are perfect (or ‘enlightened’), but that the system is; it sustains all life and creates the circumstances for people to grow spiritually, to expand their knowledge of the universe and the laws of life.
Dominique Abdelnour (Share International, April 2022)
This series of three articles attempts to present the life of Master Rakoczi when, in a former life, he was the Count of Saint-Germain in 18th century Europe. The first part will give some documented historical facts. The second part will present his talents and various occupations. The last part will indicate what is known about his activities after his official death in 1784.
Sébastien Villemot (Share International, March 2022)
Mounting income and wealth inequalities are among the most pressing issues of our time. People around the world are becoming aware of their detrimental impact on our social and economic lives, and are looking for solutions. Having access to accurate and comprehensive data on inequalities is therefore crucial if we are to collectively take the right actions and decisions.
Ana Bie (Share International, January/February 2022)
If the purpose of detention is to reduce crime, boost rehabilitation and cut re-offending, then few people really believe that the prison-based model of justice works. Prison is simply not an effective way to reduce crime.
Mitch Williams (Share International, January/February 2022)
Universal Basic Income (UBI) can be defined as “Periodic, universal, unconditional cash payments to individuals to provide an income floor for all citizens.” It is ‘universal’ in that it goes to all members of society. It is ‘basic’ in that it is enough to meet all of an individual’s or a family’s basic needs. And it provides unconditional, recurring ‘income’ payments.
Dominique Abdelnour (Share International, November 2021)
How could an uneducated 17-year-old peasant girl overthrow English rule in France, defy the powerful University of Paris, have a king crowned who would forge the kingdom of France, transform the clan quarrels of the feudal lords into a war of liberation of a country and a people, speak such beautiful French, and dominate a court?
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