How Does A Human Being Live On A Planet? Personal Reflections & Life Lessons with Tim Lynch

Interviewed by Tim LynchJune 15, 2016
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For any budding All Black or athlete we were conditioned as children in NZ, that we really could achieve success, especially in the realm of sport and
take on the world.

This was favourably looked on throughout our schooling and this is where we could excel up to international level. It was basically how we played the

Born on a dairy farm in a well-off region near Matamata, yet among financially challenged Maori, I saw both sides of our so called bi-cultural society,
and then in my early 20’s when traveling overseas it all hit me that there was so much inequity - and inequality - especially in Africa and at
different levels throughout the Iron Curtain countries. That when hitchhiking and travelling back to NZ from the UK - overland, through the Middle
East to India down to Singapore, I witnessed so many poor and struggling - when there was only 3.5 billion in the human population in those days.

This is where I really saw that our planet was in trouble, but not being empowered or having the skills to initiate change from the core of my being,
I eventually accepted that this was the way things were and I just did what a large segment of the (younger) population do today and that is, have
fun, enjoy and have a good time. Though I did make token gestures by donating to Greenpeace.

At the age of 25 I woke up from that life of self indulgence, pubs and parties to realise that we, as a human species especially in the West were methodically
pulling the collective rug out from underneath our feet. That we were destroying the biosphere and it was happening at an increasing pace.

This awakening was synchronistically timed by meeting some very conscious people who saw this madness and were consciously aware that we had to question
- how does a human being live on a planet?

By metaphorically stripping myself of all things physical, right to the essence of who I am, I started to reconfigure my being to understand my place
in the universe as well as focus my attention on awakening people - any people to what is going to befall us, especially the children of today
and tomorrow.

This has led me to an adventure of global proportions, that through serendipity and synchronicity has brought me in contact with leaders in many differing
fields, at the same time validating to me - that I am on the right path.

This led me into living in a community, whilst I took a job, which I originally thought would be for 6 months, such was the mindset, that we could
go from job to job in those days.

This so called job as International cabin crew for Air New Zealand took me on long distance flights around the curve of our mother planet, from hemisphere
to hemisphere, Trans-Pacific and Trans-Atlantic - spending the equivalent of 2 years of my life flying 10 kilometres above the surface of our planet.
(sort of like near earth orbit) and in those days we didn’t have chemtrails.

It was over a 17 year period that I was able to visit the ruins and study most of the ancient civilisations that had come and gone and I was able to
check out many unexplained anomalies as well, including what their religions and philosophies were, and understanding far more as to why they collapsed.

It was during this time that I became aware that our planet was a giant living super organism - (Yet only later, embedded the idea that it (she) had
loaned us bodies. Yet, looking down on our majestic planet and marvelling at much beauty and diversity, I also observed shimmering oils slicks
floating on the surface of the vast Pacific ocean, areas of continuous denuded soil and clay in Malaysia, where mighty forests once sprung forth,
brown soot covering snow in gigantic swaths of Northern Canada and Greenland and especially in 1976 - for 10 years or so, (before improvements
in air quality) I used to fly through the industrial haze and atmospheric debris of Los Angeles international airport - hundreds of times. Then
in 1993 I gave away flying as one of the main reasons being, the huge amount of oxygen a 747-400 used in its 11 hour trans Pacific and trans Canada
- Atlantic flights, plus - other considerations.

However, I had so many adventures in many countries, meeting leading edge scientists, mystics, researchers and people modelling sustainability, especially
in an ecological context as well as visiting areas at the forefront and vanguard of hydrogen energy, levitation and solar and windmill energy,
holography and morphic-resonance - ideas far in advance of what were happening in NZ.

I also checked out intentional communities and ways that people shared shelter and living space. Attending lectures and events like the World Symposium
of the Humanities, Whole life Expo’s and Body Mind & Spirit festivals. I was definitely gifted the opportunity.

Which leads me to today and the relaunching of GreenplanetFM as a new platform for conscious media, from a local to a global context.

That will be embedded in as a conscious intent, to encourage win win actions and deeds to our world.

Because it is our purpose to ask the question; “how does a human live on a planet?”

That our Planet is a colossal living super organism and an can be likened as a cell is embedded in a larger Galactic super organism.

That every child born into this realm is ‘an energy bundle of exponential potential.’

That we are far more than we very thought possible.

We are here to empower and inspire the individual to evolve the human race.

We will take it deeper then …

With Anima Mundi world soul - there is an intrinsic connection between all living beings on our planet, which relates to our world - in much the same
way as the soul is integrated into the human body.

We have other subtle subject matter like the anchoring of the sacred ( Divine) Feminine in NZ in 1893, so as to join the sacred Male in the coming
together of the yin and yang - the balance of the Male and the Female in accord to the unfolding of the new paradigm.

That in the words of Nikola Tesla, the man who brought electricity to virtually every home and building on earth: “The day science begins to study
non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.”

That the sacred feminine is under assault today and can been seen very clearly in the outside world as Gaia is relentless plundered, mined and denuded.

The Animal Welfare Amendment Bill,
states that animals, like humans, are "sentient" beings.

Yes, there are the overwhelmers, the fact that we are overpopulating.

The focus will also include that Our Planet is also a Spaceship Earth and ‘we are the crew’ coming back to our posts and using the recently deployed
www to reconnect at another level etc.

And that the crew have found out that their ship is a Mothership, ‘from her all things have issued’ - and they find out that she has another name -
Gaia (Papatuanuku Maori) that the ancient Greeks knew of and understood and thus for us in the 21st century when we as an aware and conscious humanity
wake up to our connection as a global human family and bring about peace, we become the flowering of Gaia - to become the Gaiasphere, (when we
realise that we all share breath - ‘When she breathes in, we breathe out and when we breathe in she breathes out’ - the next level of evolution
may make itself known.

That all minerals are evolving (a fantastic story since not long after the big bang) - to eventually the Noosphere that Teihard De Chardin - that at
heart we Alpha and Omega and that heart introduces global group mind, and unity consciousness - all oscillating at the same frequency, yet every
single human still has their own musical note and individuality as they melt into the greater oneness …

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Tim Lynch

Tim Lynch, is a New Zealander, who is fortunate in that he has whakapapa, or a bloodline that connects him to the Aotearoan Maori. He has been involved as an activist for over 40 years - within the ecological, educational, holistic, metaphysical, spiritual & nuclear free movements. He sees the urgency of the full spectrum challenges that are coming to meet us, and is putting his whole life into being an advocate for todays and tomorrows children. 'To Mobilise Consciousness.'

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