Charles Eisenstein #33 | Lets Extend Our Compassion To Include All

Simon Transparently Podcast

25-02-2023 • 1 hr 2 mins

We Tend To See What’s Convenient To See, What Preserves Our Worldview. Civilisational Collapse Is Not Going To Deliver Us Into A Better World. How Beautiful Of A World Are We Ready To Choose?  Enjoy this empowering conversation and the fourth with Charles Eisenstein in this podcast series. I think many of you know already how much I appreciate Charles's insights and perspectives on reality. His worldview and ways in which we can midwife the more beautiful world into existence have for over a decade now, been anchors to keep me aligned to my own contribution and how to trust in the process. It is indeed a conscious choice that I have to regulary review. 
 Time stamp: 0:00 - 8:00; 
They thought they were free.
 Speaking up during the pandemic. What Forces were at work these past years? 

12:00 - 17:00; 
What guarantee is there that something like this is not going to happen again? 

Millions of beings starved due to lockdowns. 

Our compassion extends as far as you can see.  

 17:00 - 22:00; Lets extend our Compassion to include all. We tend to see what’s convenient to see, what preserves our worldview. 

Inhumane policies. 

 23:00 - 28:00; 

Civilisational collapse is not going to deliver us into a better world. 
Crisis gives us an opportunity to choose something else. 
 29:00 - 33:00; We can see where we are headed. 
Matrix cyborg. If our horror was going to stop us, it would have already. 
We have to choose something else. 
 Facing death. 
 33:00 - 37:00; 
What is bottom for our civilisation? 
Devote ourselves to life and beauty. 
Investing in my future makes less and less sense. 
Service to something greater. 
It’s not about me. 

 37:00 - 42:00; 
Helpful to have others around us who are devoted. 
The frequency that gets transmitted. 
What raise bottom? 
The importance of a mentor. 
Whats on the menu? 
Picking strawberries. 

 42:00 - 47:00; 
Alternative options to a trans-humanist metaverse. 
What can we do about it? 
Appeal of Polly Higgins and Zach Bush. 
Direct connection to a more beautiful world.
  47:00 - 51:00; When we fully receive the gifts.
If in the old story it seems hopeless. 
There is hope. 

Desperation to get out, they attract like prayers of supplication. 
It’s not hopeless. 
New data points. 
I trust the sacred. 

 51:00 - End; 
Devoted solutions. 
Structures of control are dissolving. 
Deepening choices. 
How beautiful of a world are we ready to choose? 
Conversations orient us to this choice. 
Trust the alignment. 
Attuning to opportunities we didn’t know we had before. 

Beacons of Love. 
It’s about Being. 
 ------------------------------------------------- * Charles Eisenstein is one of the most important voices in the world today. A teacher, speaker, philosopher and author focusing on themes of civilization, consciousness, money, and human cultural evolution. He is the author of Sacred Economics & The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible. More from Charles eisenstein & his recent writings are on his Substack Living In The Gift All of my podcasts are given in the spirit of the Gift Economy. This means you get to receive the value this offers you and then feel into your heart and decide what contribution you can gift from your heart to mine. I trust in the circulation of the unconditional giving chain of reciprocity and live by the motto: The more I give, the more i’ve got to give.

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