“So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains, and we never even know we have the key” -Eagles
THE KEY is about finding that key, and freeing youself of your chains. It is about the alchemy of changing tension, anxiety, and stress into happiness, health, and prosperity. It is a compact manual for the human spirit, containing wisdom to help you realize your dreams. To discover one’s own true nature as a creator is to know the joy of an expanding universe in one’s heart.
THE KEY is a compilation of nearly a half century of reading, thinking, conversations, reflections and experience, boiled down into a book that is eloquent in it’s simplicity, clarity, directness, and honesty. It contains essential wisdom that was at times hard won, but in the end, helps one to move toward a happier, healthier, richer life.
We need a critical mass of people to reach this place of creativity and positive responsibility if we are to live in a world where creativity is the name of the game, and we are working together on a global scale instead of against each other.
We are all coevolving at one level or another with the universe itself. Indeed we are the eyes and hands of the intelligence, creativity, and energy that constitute all that is. The universe needs us to participate in its unfolding and evolution. It does not stop expanding, growing, and changing to evolve. It does not retreat. It charges on in a way that says there is no turning back. We are caught in this unfolding whether we like it or not. To resist it is to resist the entire universe. The moment we resist it, we experience pain, suffering, frustration, discontent, etc. When we accept the present moment without resistance or judgement, we enter the flow, and all of the energy of the universe propels us forward...
Peter Cassels-Brown is currently owner of Mountain Woodworks/Green Mountain Renewable Energy, A custom design building renewable energy company in Bristol, Vermont. He studied solar design at the University of Vermont and went to Woodbury College for graduate studies in mediation. He currently lives in Bristol with his two children.