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Short (and sometimes long) excerpts from Charles speeches, courses, books, interviews, and more. Discussing the new and ancient story of interbeing through philosophy, science, money, gift, economics, ecology, earth healing, self & psyche, politics, and more. Search New and Ancient Story for the interview podcast.

Short (and sometimes long) excerpts from Charles speeches, courses, books, interviews, and more. Discussing the new and ancient story of interbeing through philosophy, science, money, gift, economics, ecology, earth healing, self & psyche, politics, and more. Search New and Ancient Story for the interview podcast.
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Short (and sometimes long) excerpts from Charles speeches, courses, books, interviews, and more. Discussing the new and ancient story of interbeing through philosophy, science, money, gift, economics, ecology, earth healing, self & psyche, politics, and more. Search New and Ancient Story for the interview podcast.

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Episodes

Moving Towards Interbeing

9/14/2019
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What can we do as individuals to move from the story of separation to the story of interbeing? Full interview: youtu.be/ggdmkFA2BzA #CharlesEisenstein #StoryofSeparation #LivingInTheGift #Interbeing #Philosophy #Authors #PhilosophyQuotes #Inspiration

Duration:00:06:23

Charles Speaks at New Paradigm College

9/13/2019
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Charles Eisenstein talks at New Paradigm College about the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.

Duration:01:01:28

If We All Love Nature, Why did the Carbon Reductionism Narrative Win?

9/12/2019
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Imagine going into some kind of government committee or policy meeting or something, and saying "You know, I think we should protect the rive just because it's sacred. Because we love it and it's beautiful, no other reason." That doesn't fit into the policy conversation very well. Read "Climate: A New Story" for free at CharlesEisenstein.org/books #CharlesEisenstein #AOC #GND #GreenNewDeal #Climate #Gaia #Interbeing #Authors #Philosophy #Politics

Duration:00:02:23

The Danger of Global Warming Fundamentalism

9/9/2019
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You often hear people saying "Global warming is the single greatest challenge ever to face human kind. We've got to treat it just like World War 2 and fully mobilize all society in order to combat this problem, and nothing else really matters compared to this." I've had environmentalists say this to me, like "Come on, Charles." Read "Climate: A New Story" for free at CharlesEisenstein.org/books #CharlesEisenstein #Climate #Gaia #Interbeing #Authors #Philosophy #Politics #Biophilia...

Duration:00:08:45

Separation vs Interbeing

9/7/2019
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Every culture has a mythology that answers the deep questions like "who am I?" or "what's important in life?". But when the dominant culture answers all those questions through the story of separation, then what is the alternative? What is interbeing? Full interview: youtu.be/ggdmkFA2BzA #CharlesEisenstein #StoryofSeparation #LivingInTheGift #Interbeing #Philosophy #Authors #PhilosophyQuotes #Inspiration

Duration:00:13:18

My News Fast

9/5/2019
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I went on a news fast, where I didn't look at or read the news for about half a year. From the course Unlearning: For Change Agents, offered in the spirit of the gift at CharlesEisenstein.org/unlearning #CharlesEisenstein #Inspiration #Interbeing #Authors #Philosophy #Unlearning #Activism #ChangeAgents

Duration:00:05:35

Why are We Addicted to Fossil Fuels?

9/3/2019
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You often hear the phrase "addiction to fossil fuels" and usually that phrase is uttered in tones of condemnation or derision. Blame. Like "What's wrong with us?" "Why are we so addicted?, as if there's something bad about us. But if you take that metaphor seriously, then you want to ask, "Well, what's driving the addiction?"

Duration:00:07:17

Why am I an Environmentalist?

9/1/2019
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I've been an environmentalist as long as I can remember. At least from age 8 when my father told me about the passenger pigeons and how their flocks used to cover the sky.

Duration:00:08:52