An old friend I haven’t seen for years has started a video blog where he and a partner are doing a collaborative discussion of The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible, by Charles Eisenstein. Here’s the link to their Facebook page.
I watched their Introductory video and read the first four (short) chapters of the book. They invited participants to comment on their personal reactions to the material. Here’s the comment I submitted to the web page:
I’ve been stuck in my blog because I have defined the theme as inquiring into “what is the shift in the global planetary consciousness that will be necessary for the self-healing of the earth?” I had developed a table some years ago of various answers found in books I had been drawn to read (11/29/2013, second paragraph, link at “List of authors”). I read the first 4 chapters of “More Beautiful World” yesterday. The shift from the Separation story to the Interbeing or Reunion story is a perfect fit, and in fact an underpinning, for the contrast that has been forming up.
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