The Ascent of Humanity is a radical exploration of the history and future of civilization from a unique perspective: the human sense of self. Eisenstein traces all of. Ascent The Ascent of Humanity is about the history and future of civilization from a unique perspective: the evolution of the human sense of self. This book. The Ascent of. Humanity. Charles Eisenstein. Panenthea Press provide a link to the book website, Cover Painting: Turmbau .

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The Ascent Of Humanity

Eisenstein’s clear-eyed perception of our problems and how we got here is heart-wrenching; it takes a brave soul to look so unflinchingly at the ugliness of humanity on planet earth.

Base your career decisions not on money, security or status but on what would I most love to give to the world. We are not just here, we are here for a purpose, young people know it most certainly: Death opens our hearts.

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Charles Eisenstein on the Ascent Of Humanity

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The Ascent Of Humanity by Charles Eisenstein – Penguin Books Australia

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I believe that people only make that kind of shift in world view when they raise their level of consciousness. Charles Eisenstein Narrated by: Even in our darkest hour, Eisenstein sees the possibility of a more beautiful world–not through the extension of millennia-old methods of management and asfent but by fundamentally reimagining ourselves and our systems.

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