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CREATING THE TECTONIC PARADIGM SHIFT

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On January 12 of the first year after the end of the world, we invited listeners to discuss how each of us can work to change collective consciousness so that war is no longer seen as inevitable but ultimately, unthinkable.

While everyone but war profiteers wants to see the end of war, few think it possible. They believe human nature makes violent conflict inevitable. Those who disagree have the task of convincing a critical mass of humanity that we can end war by an act of collective will that begins with accepting a few basic beliefs.

Please listen to this exploration of the way that humans will have to alter their assumptions to make the end of war possible. You cannot imagine how to do something until you believe it possible. Then it is just a matter of figuring how to make the possible a reality.

If you want to help promote the dialogue that can lead to a united international front against fascism and war, please tell others about this show, share the links to our podcasts and encourage them to believe that together we can create the Tectonic Paradigm Shift that will save human civilization from self-destruction.


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Tectonic Paradigm Shift
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Collective consciousness
Escaping the Matrix
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