Gene Keys Richard Rudd, UK, 2009.
“We are all really children.
Children of the cosmos, and our only real job is to let go of our seriousness and find the delight in every exquisite jewel that life places before us.” (p. 21)
“Our deep seated fear that life is based on chance leads to fear, and shallow breath. It manifests through our need to maintain control over our lives. It is only when we begin to touch the core of the primal fear within us that our system begins to let go of this deep seated tensing of our being.
“The more we allow and feel the fear, the more we let go into the embrace of the cosmos, and the more we realize how deeply we are held and protected by it.” (p. 17)
“The path of innovation broadly means to improve something by introducing a new element or elements.
The gift of innovation requires adults to allow themselves to be shaped by their environment and be as open-hearted and open-minded as a child. All preconceived notions, dogmas, or beliefs, must be discarded when they no longer serve the developing synthesis.
Innovation also requires a deep sense of inner trust.” (p.19)
“Just as the cell’s true brain is in its membrane rather than its nucleus, so our true brain in in our emotional system. Like the cellular membrane, the solar plexus system determines what frequencies are allowed in and out of the body.
“This is the sacred secret: Life is designed to keep on innovating and the old human with its single-celled island mentality has had its day.”
“The certainty of order within the universe is a feeling that can only be captured by a more advanced system of awareness.
Above all, it is equated with the human heart and the feeling of love and unity that links between all creatures.
“Your true home is not located within your body, not is there somewhere in the universe a single center through which everything is orchestrated. The center you are looking for is the feeling of love itself, which is the omnicentric manifestation of your eternal state of innocence.”