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Sacred Economics and Activism with Charles Eisenstein

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Charles Eisenstein is a speaker and writer focusing on themes of human culture and identity. The author of several books, most recently Sacred Economics and The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, Eisenstein presents a vision that is original yet common sense, radical yet gentle, and increasingly relevant as the crises of our civilization deepen.

Charles asks what can we as individuals can do to make the world a better place? He explores what may happen if we were to replace the cynicism, frustration, paralysis, and overwhelm so many of us are feeling, with a grounding reminder of what’s true: we are all connected, and our small, personal choices bear unsuspected transformational power. By fully embracing and practicing this principle of interconnectedness—called interbeing—we become more effective agents of change and have a stronger positive influence on the world.

Throughout his work, Charles interweaves deep curiosity, a philosophical perspective, and real-life stories to research the history of money from ancient gift economies to modern capitalism; revealing how small, individual acts of courage, kindness, and self-trust can change our culture’s guiding narrative of separation. He brings to conscious awareness a deep wisdom we all innately know,  presenting a real solution to the present planetary crisis. Above all, Eisenstein invites us to embrace a radically different understanding of cause and effect, so that we can finally create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.

Join Brendan D. Murphy and Aimee Devlin on Global Freedom Movement Radio, to talk Sacred Economics and activism with Charles Eisenstein, and explore the opportunity to transition to a more connected, ecological, and sustainable way of being.

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