The more beautiful world our hearts know is possible: A special evening with Charles Eisenstein
Normal is falling apart. Recent political events are exposing the infirmity of our society's defining narratives. More deeply still, the mythology of our civilization is crumbling — the stories that told us who we were, how to best live on earth, how to be a man or a woman, what is important, possible, and real.
This transition into a "space between stories" is happening to many people on a personal level too, as the breakdown in our collective stories invades private life. It can be a painful process, but when the old stories are cleared away, new possibilities come into view. Endings give birth to new hope.
On Saturday January 14, Charles Eisenstein will lead an exploration of these themes, visiting the personal, political, economic, and ecological dimensions of the transition. Charles will set the context and invite Q&A and story sharing. After a light meal, he will lead an activity called "Emissaries from the Future," a powerful process that establishes a direct connection to a beautiful future for the planet.
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Fee for this event is self-determined. A $25 deposit will hold your place. At the event you may add to (or subtract from) that amount according to your feeling of value and gratitude.
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NOTE: Event starts at 6pm SHARP — please allow time for street parking which can be difficult (consider Uber or carpool).
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Charles Eisenstein is a teacher, speaker, and writer focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and cultural evolution. Eisenstein graduated from Yale University in Mathematics and Philosophy and his books include "The Ascent of Humanity" and "Sacred Economics," and "The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible."
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