85. A New Story for Climate Change and Creating a Better World | Charles Eisenstein

February 18, 2019

Charles Eisenstein - author

Charles Eisenstein (@ceisenstein) is an author, podcaster and public speaker focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution.

His online writings have built a tremendous following; he speaks frequently at conferences and other events, and gives numerous interviews on radio and podcasts. He has been called “one of the up-and-coming great minds of our time” in Ode magazine’s “25 Intelligent Optimists” issue.

He is the author of several books including:

On his podcast: A New and Ancient Story, Charles interviews a series of extraordinary guests: activists and healers, scientists and spiritual teachers, artists and entrepreneurs, indigenous people and those from the elite. Topics revolve around concepts of interbeing and “technologies of reunion”

You can listen right here on iTunes

In our wide-ranging conversation, we cover many things, including:

  • The myth of separation and of self
  • Why our existing stories are destroying our planet
  • How consciousness and Eastern medicine can teach us about the nature of reality
  • Which technologies Charles is most worried about
  • The problem with the stories society tells itself
  • Why past technologies and practices are needed for future progress
  • How psychedelics can shift the human consciousness forward
  • Why we are likely headed to a new structure for civilization
  • How to make miracles happen
  • Why Charles is worried about soil health and the future of our planet
  • The reason science is sometimes wrong and often late
  • Why we need to reimagine climate change now
  • The power of individual actions

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