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The Problem with the Paradigm of Urgency

The Problem with the Paradigm of Urgency

Mar 28, 2019-- "Wouldn't you like to be part of a different kind of revolution?" In this excerpt from The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible," Charles Eisenstein presents an alternate view of being "revolutionary." Rather than continuing along the same path of urgency and effort and struggling with a problem, which come from a place of scarcity and domination, he suggests we slow down, do nothing, approach "life in a spirit of ease and play" so we can first, truly identity the problem, and second, open ourselves to creative energies that will bring about "something truly new for civilization." (6966 reads)

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Take ActionChoose a problem that is plaguing you. Rather than struggle with it, sit with it in ease for a period of time to allow your creative energy to bubble up.

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