Everyone is familiar with the theory of evolution (first documented in "On the Origin of Species" by Charles Darwin); however, there are also theories and bodies of work in recent decades on Conscious Evolution and how we, as a species, can evolve our spirits and minds to a next state. By the end of the book, this is starting to happen and in the sequel, humanity's "Awakening" begins. Do you believe that if we work together, humanity can connect in non-verbal ways that may lead to a more co-operative spirit?
The original inspiration for Kalesh came from Krishnamurti who was ‘discovered’ by the Theosophical Society, Order of the Star as their future prophet when he was an adolescent. Groomed to be their World Teacher, Krishnamurti eventually broke his connection to this religious order, and dissolved the worldwide organization. Ultimately, he claimed allegiance to no nationality, caste, religion, or philosophy, and spent the rest of his life traveling the world as a spiritual leader. How is Kalesh’s story similar? How is it different?