In this new self-mastery how-to, Sahara encourages us to recognize that we are individual cells in the body of humanity, have not just the opportunity-but the responsibility-to change the world by changing ourselves, and shows us how in simple, practical steps.
Sahara tells us that enlightenment Is not complicated, or even mystical-it's simply choosing to shift one's attention (and change one's behavior) in a way that enables one's own Higher Self to be more present in the body, and an awakened state of Consciousness to arise.
In language relatable to both those who consider themselves spiritual and to those who may not be interested in that take-more wham/bam/thank-you-ma'am and less blah, blah, blah-The Evolution Revolution: 2021 will challenge and inspire all comers.
Are You Ready?
What if I told you that racial equality depends on you loving yourself unconditionally? Or that the end of war depends on discovering your True Identity?
What if I told you that an unpolluted ocean requires you to let go of an old grudge?
Or that the end of homelessness depends on you taking out your earbuds, disconnecting from your device, and smiling at everyone you pass on the street?
What if, by recognizing that we are One-and understanding that we are collectively responsible for all the good and all the ills we see in the world-we each began to take personal responsibility for how that is?
And what if we understood that it all begins and ends with Love?
“Sahara's book is a perfectly-timed, gritty New World manifesto that screams loudly to amplify humanity's higher octaves…” Danielle Egnew, Psychic/Medium. Angel Translator, (NBC, ABC, CW, Travel Channel, Washington Post)
“Every human being should read this awesome book.” Rabbi Chaim Bruk
“The Evolution Revolution: 2021 is filled with essays and practices to lead one towards consciousness and self-mastery. Sahara's wisdom permeates the pages as she guides us along the path of enlightenment. To me, she is a conduit of God's grace. I wholeheartedly recommend this delightful book-it provides a wealth of thoughtful and challenging teaching.” Rev. Dr. Clark M. Sherman, St. James Episcopal Church