The Phoenix Generation

The Phoenix Generation : The Coming Quantum Renaissance and a New Revolutionary Era for Human Society

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Our human psyches have been undergoing preparation for a new era of social organization and communication. This preparation is manifesting in today's youth as new social patterns of interaction, collaboration, and mindfulness are arising and creating new productive spaces, both locally and globally. The power of energetically connected individuals, combined with out-of-the-box new paradigm thinking and creative innovation, is opening the way for the next generation - the Phoenix Generation. Today's children, coming of age after 2020, will bring forth a new evolutionary phase in humanity. The Phoenix Generation will be born with increased instinctive intelligence, a greater degree of inherited wisdom, and will not need to be taught everything in the way we do now.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 246 pages
  • 134 x 214 x 20mm | 280g
  • Watkins Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1780287925
  • 9781780287928
  • 864,559

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A new phase in human history is in the making, one that is as inevitable as tomorrow's sunrise. Kingsley Dennis sees this new dawn clearly. The Phoenix Generation is a blueprint for tomorrow -- a vision of renewed meaning, hope and optimism.
-Larry Dossey, MD, Author of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

Kingsley Dennis has dialed into our collective emergence by laying out the complex evolutionary assignment for the rising generation and then revealing their capacity to lead us into a thriving planetary civilization. A thrilling peek at the curriculum for a new humanity!
-James O'Dea, Award winning author of Cultivating Peace and former President of The Institute of Noetic Sciences.

Finally! A book that puts a thoughtfully positive and powerful face on the future, The Phoenix Generation reveals a new narrative for an rapidly evolving species--a narrative that rethinks world systems and world mythologies and tells the tale of a collaborative future where feminine and masculine energies are balanced and values of love, compassion, mutual support and tolerance are part of the living intelligence guiding our lives.
- Cate Montana, author Unearthing Venus: My Search for the Woman Within

Rarely do we hear a clarion call of hope and engagement resonate so deeply in the human heart as does The Phoenix Generation by Kingsley L. Dennis. A timely, hopeful and engaging book, an important guide for the new era that awaits us.
-Jim Conlon, PhD, Holy Names University/Sophia Center

Kingsley Dennis has a remarkable gift: he writes about topics that go beyond our everyday horizons but writes so clearly that they appear to be directly in front of us - as indeed, the transition that is the underlying topic of this book, truly is. To ground and balance the Phoenix Generation is an epochal mission - perhaps the most important educational task we could undertake today, and could ever have undertaken in humankind
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About Kingsley L. Dennis

Kingsley L Dennis, PhD, is a sociologist, researcher, and writer. He is the author of several critically acclaimed books including 'New Consciousness for a New World'; 'New Revolutions for a Small Planet'; 'After the Car'; and the celebrated 'Dawn of the Akashic Age' (with Ervin Laszlo). He previously worked in the Sociology Department at Lancaster University, UK. Kingsley is the author of numerous articles on social futures; technology and new media communications; global affairs; and conscious evolution. He currently lives in Andalusia, Spain. The author lives in Spain.
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