Let's meetup to hear how life could have started at Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.

  • May 18, 2014 · 2:00 PM
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Hi, if its OK I will reschedule the talk from last Saturday (that seems was sceduled too quickly for people to attend) to next Sunday. I will come from Sydney to give the talk. It’s so great  that so many people are interested in this topic. It is so fascinating.

From the Amita Institute in Hong Kong. This research team visited Yellowstone National Park in USA two years ago, and I was lucky enough to go there too recently. It has the oldest life forms still living. How did they evolve? Where did they come from. Seems the answers are there, if we know how to interpret what we are being shown. These interpretations help us understand how everything is unique and everything is connected and how these ancient life forms are still effecting us now, even how we think.


The talk will include, what Amita thinks, are new ideas on consciousness, mindsets and how life evolves and why life becomes more complex.


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  • David M.

    Hi we will be starting the talk a little after 2pm today at North melbourne, thanks David

    May 18, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    this talk won't be happening?

    May 18, 2014

  • John O.

    Thanks for your response David. I will try to put into words what my understanding is of life on this planet. I feel everything in this world is connected. There is constant cause and effect happening. At a deep level of consciousness there is awareness of this oneness. I believe this planet is a wonderful playground to come to to understand this through the cause and effect process. So, with Yellowstone, it was decided(at a deep conscious level) to play out this cause and effect by showing how a pristine environment such as Yellowstone can be affected by acting against nature rather than with it. I feel this has the effect of raising the awareness of human beings on how important the planet is to understanding who we really are. Only by experiencing life on this planet can we see this. I hope that this will help with the discussion on Sunday. This is purely my point of view.

    May 15, 2014

    • David M.

      Yes, life or the understanding of life, can be a playground, I agree. I think it requires 'letting go' to achieve this sense of the playground. I still have a long way to go with this! Just a baby. The talk on Sunday presents a view of how the value of Consciousness changed to propel life to become 'organic' at Yellowstone National Park. Thank you John.

      May 16, 2014

  • John O.

    What appeals to me about Yellowstone is the prime example of what nature can do when left to it's own resources. This park was developed by nature over billions of years; way before the interference of man. Conditions were just right for the various species to form, evolve and flourish in that environment for a very long time. It was a natural process of balance.
    Then along comes man and decides to try and control what nature has created over aeons of time. Man decides that shooting animals in the park is a lot of fun; as a consequence the wildlife, especially the wolf, is decimated. Suddenly the park is losing that balance that has been in place for so long. The top predator has been killed off and the food chain is affected with dire consequences for species down the pecking order. Man eventually saw the damage being done, protected the park, outlawed the shooting of animals, introduced managed tourism and re-introduced the wolf to the park. It appears a degree of balance is back.

    May 14, 2014

    • David M.

      Hi John, yes I believe you are absolutely right about this history of the wolves, though seems you know much more of the history of Yellowstone than I do! From the point of view of consciousness and what is trying to be achieved, we could ask why were the wolves being killed? Meaning, why was their consciousness/mindsets, in their energy structure, being impeded. To ask this question in a neutral manner, it would be helpful to see 'people' or 'mankind' as some sort of tool of a larger system. Thanks, David

      May 14, 2014

  • Tony

    from wheelers hill,please advice any parking space
    near by? Thanks.

    May 14, 2014

    • David M.

      Yes there is parking opposite the hotel. No cost. Thanks Tony.

      May 14, 2014

  • Eleni K.

    i am to get the conversation started? .... ok !
    what is Athens - Melbourn .... easy ..................... i'll be there !!
    Very interested !!! Thank you.

    May 12, 2014

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