Larry Mullins

May 2, 2009

A Renaissance of Spiritual Values

Filed under: Basics of MetaValues — Tags: , , , , , — LarryMullins @ 3:48 pm

“Plato, Abraham Maslow, Werner Heisenberg, Buckminster Fuller, and Stephen Covey were all correct: MetaValues are realities. They are active agents that dramatically influence human and organizational behavior. They are exceptionless universe principles that are discovered, not invented. They have the potential to set into motion a new renaissance of spiritual progress.”

Plato defined them as Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. Abraham Maslow designated them as Being Values, or later, as B values. Heisenberg declared that quantum science agreed with Plato: noble values and ideas are timeless, and are more real than the material world. To Buckminster Fuller they were exceptionless universe principles and Stephen Covey chose to call MetaValue principles the laws of the universe.

Statue of Plato

The immense philosophical diversity of all these remarkable intellects is somehow rooted in MetaValues. This is not surprising, in that a basic philosophical principle holds that there is a unity of truth. What is true in one discipline must also be true in another discipline, although no discipline has all the answers. And no individual  can assume to be an authority on Truth, Beauty and Goodness. Conversation is needed, and the debate must be continuous and eternal as we evolve toward an immensity beyond the grasp of mortal mind.

Spiritual visionaries are wise when they consider those findings of science that are legitimately proven, and reasonably challenge those that are not. And science should weigh those insights and values of religion that propose a better way to live. Science should, as Abraham Maslow suggested, investigate the domain of values. Science without values is as likely to build better weapons of mass destruction as it is medical instruments to save lives. And, philosophy should seek to discover means and methods to progress civilization from the way things are toward the way things ought to be. All three disciplines are legitimate tools for the modern MetaThinker.

Laypersons are also entitled to a voice in the cosmic conversation about what is true, beautiful and good. For we are all gifted with a reality response that protects us from being helpless victims of the a priori assumptions of scientists, philosophers and religionists. It does not matter whether one believes that MetaValues are biological in nature, as did Maslow; or gifts that originate in the Creator, as I believe. The important thing is that a universal conversation about all that is true, beautiful and good could lead us toward a revolutionary breakthrough in human consciousness.

bright_shine_heat_222751_lIt is principally for “ordinary” people that I wrote my new book. The MetaValues Breakthrough discloses the discovery that the supreme realities, Truth, Beauty, and Goodness are shared by all normal, maturing minds. Indeed, Plato, Abraham Maslow, Werner Heisenberg, Buckminster Fuller, and Stephen Covey were all correct: MetaValues are realities. They are active agents that dramatically influence human and organizational behavior. They are, indeed, exceptionless universe principles that are discovered, not invented. MetaValues have the potential to set into motion the dawning of a spiritual renaissance of historic magnitude.

The MetaValues Breakthrough offers proven techniques to connect with MetaValues and elevate your life and the lives of those around you. It is based upon twenty years of research. The MetaValues Breakthrough is not a self-help book. It is a MetaValues-help book, unlike any book you have ever read.

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