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Jason interviews Mad Monk Manifesto's Author, Monk Yun Rou

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Jason will interview Mad Monk Manifesto's Author, Mon Yun Rou about his New Book:  A Prescription for Evolution, Revolution, and Global Awakening.  Renowned Tai Chi Master author, novelist, TV writer and PBS host Monk Yun Rou (formely Arthur Rosenfeld) applies Daoist wisdom to our world run amok.   Monk Yun Rou is a Yale-educated author of 15 books, Tai Chi Master and Daoist Monk ordained in China.   Monk Yun Rou weighs in on the great issues of today and how we humans are undermining our own existence, not just with the environment, buy by creating a toxic focus on self-interest that poisons our politics, lifestyle, parenting, technology, human interaction and in other areas of our lives.   

Jason interviews Mad Monk Manifesto's Author, Monk Yun Rou.  The Mad Monk Manifesto serves as a guidebook which seeks to reveal all the ways that we as a Society and our institutions can adapt and apply Daoist wisdom and practices to our daily lives.  Using these basic principles, we can take our cues from and exist in a state of harmony with nature, aim to live more simply by being authentic and humble, staying calm, honor one's body, and living peacefully.   The first section of the Book looks at "Relaxing and Rectifying" or the ways in which we can restore peace, calm, introspection and sanity to ourselves.  The second section takes aim at "Rebalancing Our Daily Life" through the lifestyle choices that we make, and the third section of the Book examines the Daiost wisdom of "Fostering Community and Deepening Culture" concerning how we treat one another.  The author tackles "Culture, Commerce, Government and Power," and makes a call for ending the destruction of our planet in his section "Sensitivity and the Environment," closing with his plea for "Awakening to Spirit and Service."

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