A Broader Truth

OK, after exploring the WingMakers site since March (how appropriate, Marching forward and inward), 2008 here are the three most powerful entrances to the WingMakers material: WingMakers Intro Text, the WingMakers Introduction, (scroll to WingMakers Introduction, PDF article) and The Story of the Central Race. Note: The last two links are not part of the WingMakers site but have a very close alliance and will give you great, inspiring insights into the WingMakers and their purpose, which is intimately linked to our purpose.

WingMakers is a multimedia presentation of music, visual art, a novel, poetry, philosophy papers and articles. The site went up November 23, 1998 and there’s a lot of material that’s been added with a lot more to come. Using John Berges’ WingMakers Introduction (the same introduction as the link above) as a resource I read that there are 161 philosophy papers in all, but to date only four have been released to the public. The glossary is now 13 pages and in its entirety will be close to 300 pages. The novel is said to be 1,000 pages and only 259 pages have been published. There are also 14 Dr. Neruda interviews (I’ll introduce Dr. Neruda in an upcoming blog) and only 4 (and they are fascinating!) interviews have been published. As you can see an enormous amount of writing remains unpublished. Cool! What Fun!! (these last three words are my own comment).

With each new link/download that I explore I find my personal, worldly and universal horizons expanding and expanding. And I must admit that all of it, that’s right, all of it is resonanting as Truth for me. The reason I feel it’s important to share this with you, that I’m totally embracing this material, is because some of the future blogs will definitely be on the edge, will be what many people might consider, “out there”. My heart’s telling me to embrace it all and I am. WingMakers is a benevolent world view very consistent with the 40 year spiritual journey that I’ve been on. It interlocks perfectly with my spiritual view while opening my eyes wider and completing my personal philosophy. It’s filling in the missing details and subtleties. It’s also consistent with the ageless wisdom, the perennial philosophy.

In the next few blogs I’ll be sharing what were the highlights for me in John Berges’ introduction and The Story of the Central Race by Teka Luttrell and then we’ll roll right into Dr. Neruda.

Mark Riesenberg, founder of Human Resources Unlimited, is a business and spiritual coach, author of     How to Stop Whining and Start Winning and a renowned keynote, workshop leader and speaker. His second book, Where Success & Spirit Meet will be out in 2009. Click here for a partial client list and for testimonials.


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