The video down below will show you how the new Force of Evolution at work upon Earth since 1956, when finally happened the direct contact of the terrestrial atmosphere and very matter with the Supramental Consciousness, brought slowly down from its own other dimensional realm by Sri Aurobindo’s decades of relentless efforts, is gradually but irresistibly changing our ideas and our worldview:
At first it is through a number of various individual scientific researchers, each working at the leading edge of their special discipline to bring new discoveries and inventions; and then comes a group able to organize a meeting, some yearly symposium of those individuals, where they start communicating together; and then someone else still, in yet another group, happens to have the necessary knowledge, inner perception and personal power to act as a catalyst and bring together all those new things, weaving them into a still vaster, grander and more meaningful worldview everybody then will start sharing and spreading further to the rest of humanity.
Once again it is Foster Gamble that we see having that extraordinarily useful capacity for furthering our collective evolution..
In his tremendously deep and far reaching talk on the video down below, we will realize that the very short and funny one I provided at the end of my previous post was actually only a brief extract from what turns out to be, not an inaugural speech as I wrongly understood, but a full-fledge talk to this vast assembly of inventors from everywhere, all come for the now yearly International BEM (Breakthrough Energy Movement) , towards the end of 2013 – a mere few months ago.
One can measure at once the huge popularity Foster Gamble has already been able to generate as the presenter and host of the film “Thrive”. But as he explains to the audience on this third and last day of the gathering, that film was just meant to be a kind of preliminary trailer, so to speak, for the “Thrive” website as a whole, which is in the meantime developing more and more into a huge Resources Hub, to which anyone can add their own contribution from any corner of our world, linking up with all the other contributors in their own field and getting ready for the widespread collective actions that will gradually implement the enormous changes we need in our societies all-over the planet.
We need to recover, he emphasizes, not only our material freedoms, but also and first of all the freedom of our spirit, of our consciousness – even from the usual illusion we have of being only this physical body.
I have been absolutely thrilled to hear (and see) Foster relate in his characteristic simple and lovely manner what amounts to his first spiritual -cum- scientific experiences when merely a teen in his boarding school; and then, completely compelling too, much later, his first Out of Body Experience (OBE)… where?! In this very “Monroe Institute” I am also trying my best to draw everyone’s attention to through this blog of mine!!! I won’t spoil your own dicovery of this video by telling you what happened in that memorable OBE of his, but it is thoroughly enjoyable to watch him describe it!
Other highlights (for me) are Foster’s announcement of a “Thrive” TV (I can’t wait for that to be there!) and the words he had regarding his son Trevor Z. Gamble, 32, who, he says, “has been a major mentor for me for making the film”, at a time when Foster himself was unwittingly still steeped in his old political notions and illusions, and not fully aware yet of the extent of the wrong doings from Banks, Governments and Corporations. “So”, Foster adds, “listen to your kids!”, in a humble and funny, yet sincere way that has the audience in splits once again.
After some more practical information for all the inventors, particularly at risk of losing not only their inventions, but even too often their lives, to raids from Government Agencies under whatever pretext or none at all, Foster ends with two very moving texts: one, a quote from another beautifully inspired human being (he said the name, but I didn’t understand), and the last, a poem he had written in the plane on his way to this gathering: a poem dedicated to the Inventors…
It all ends with the whole audience giving him a standing ovation – including Bhaga, standing all alone in front of her desk, clapping her hands and staring at her laptop screen with love and gratitude for this exemplary man, so dedicated to humanity’s potential “Thriving” that he too is putting his own life on the line for it to happen as soon as it possibly can.