群體意識(group consciousness)是個尚未廣泛被了解的東西——然而它卻是種「力量極為強大，只要你們一不小心，總會戰勝個人意識(individual consciousness)」的東西。因此，無論你們走到哪裡、無論你們做什麼，如果你們希望在地球上大部分的生活經驗是和諧的，你們就必須永遠都要致力於「群體意識的創造」。
如果你找不到一個群體其意識跟你的意識相配，則去成為一個群體意識的起源(If you cannot find a group whose consciousness matches your own, be the source of one)。有相似意識的其他人將會被你吸引來。
Neale: What do You mean by the term "your group"?
Group consciousness is something that is not widely understood—yet it is extremely powerful and can, if you are not careful, often overcome individual consciousness. You must always, therefore, endeavor to create group consciousness wherever you go, and with whatever you do, if you wish your larger life experience on the planet to be harmonious.
If you are in a group whose consciousness does not reflect your own, and you are unable at this time to effectively alter the group consciousness, it is wise to leave the group, or the group could lead you. It will go where it wants to go, regardless of where you want to go.
If you cannot find a group whose consciousness matches your own, be the source of one. Others of like consciousness will be drawn to you.
Individuals and smaller groups must affect larger groups— and, ultimately, the largest group of all, which is ALL humankind—for there to be permanent and significant change on your planet.
Your world, and the condition it is in, is a reflection of the total, combined consciousness of everyone living there. As you can see by looking around you, much work is left to be done. Unless of course, you are satisfied with your world as it is.
Surprisingly, most people are. That is why the world does not change.
Most people are satisfied with a world in which differences, not similarities, are honored, and disagreements are settled by conflict and war.
Most people are satisfied with a world in which survival is for the fittest, "might is right," competition is required, and winning is called the highest good.
If such a system happens also to produce "losers"—so be it—so long as you are not among them.
Most people are satisfied, even though such a model produces people who are often killed when they are judged "wrong," starved and rendered homeless when they are "losers," oppressed and exploited when they are not "strong."
Most people define "wrong" as that which is different from them. Religious differences, in particular, are not tolerated, nor are many social, economic, or cultural differences.