ASPEN, Colo. /Publishers Newswire/ — In a new book, “The Trust Frequency: 10 Assumptions for a New Paradigm” (ISBN: 978-098874713; Cameron/Baxter Books), co-authors Connie Baxter Marlow and Andrew Cameron Bailey challenge a number of basic assumptions which have driven humanity’s behavior for millennia and offer a new paradigm for consideration on the issue of climate change.
Coming from divergent life experiences, they have reached similar conclusions: the prevailing paradigm is missing important information about the nature of reality, and this has resulted in a “world out of balance.”
Marlow and Bailey, filmmakers and social philosophers who have been sharing their ideas at universities and symposia throughout the country for decades, call their new paradigm “a synthesis of quantum science, Eastern mysticism, indigenous cosmology and intuitive knowing.”
In the foreword to the book, Sally A. Ranney, visionary environmental leader and author, says: “Climate change has, unambiguously, put humanity on notice that we are on the cusp of great change, of making a critical choice about ourselves. Only collaboration at the global level will solve climate change, because it affects all human and natural systems. Nothing and no one will escape. This high level of collaboration can only take place if we let go of the tenets of the existing paradigm.”
The authors are Colorado-based and currently live in the Roaring Fork Valley, outside Aspen.
The book “The Trust Frequency: Ten Assumptions for a New Paradigm” can be obtained online at www.TheTrustFrequency.net and at Amazon com, Barnes & Noble, Apple iBooks, and other electronic platforms.
BOOK SIGNING: the authors will appear at Explore Booksellers in Aspen, Colorado, March 29, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. They will be joined by Sally A. Ranney, President of the American Renewable Energy Institute (AREI), who will speak on the need for “fundamental, whole-systems change to enable global-level collaboration for solving climate change, the most far-reaching crisis in human history.”
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