Conversations that Matter with Charles Eisenstein [online]

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World On Fire Charles Eisenstein
Wed 03Feb 21

World on Fire

Facilitator: Charles Eisenstein

The wildfires that have devastated five continents in the past year are inseparable from a much larger conflagration – that engulfing human society.
Is it any wonder that a human world of blazing hatred, smouldering resentment, heated debates, and inflammatory rhetoric is also a world of terrible forest fires? The connection is more than metaphoric; ultimately, both phenomena emanate from the same source.

Event time: Wed 3rd Feb 2021 at 7:00pm - Wed 3rd Feb 2021 at 8:00pm

In this presentation, Charles Eisenstein will explore that source, and the possibility of profound healing within it. Please come to the talk prepared to temporarily release fixed ideas of the causes and solutions for the world’s problems.

Conversations That Matter 

Hawkwood is a place to grow, a place to create and a place for conversation. We are committed to opening up spaces for people to come together and truly have #ConversationsThatMatter. This is an explorative and widely inclusive ground to share, connect and speak from or for our rapidly changing world.

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Charles Eisenstein

Charles Eisenstein is a speaker and author of numerous essays and books, including Sacred Economics, The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, and Climate -- A New Story.

"I’m not the guy who has got it all figured out. I know that my books and other work comes from a deep, inspired source, but that source is not me! It is more like I’m connecting to a field of knowledge, or to a story that wants to be told. This knowledge is as much my teacher as it is anyone else’s. I’m kind of ordinary, compared to some of the amazing people I keep meeting. I’m just as much in the learning as anyone else, wandering as best I can toward “the more beautiful world my heart knows is possible,” encumbered by the programming and the wounds of our civilization." - Charles Eisenstein, from his personal bio which is full of openness and integrity. Read more on his website.

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