Here’s Charles Eisenstein interview from the Embodiment Conference 2018 where he will take you deep into the topic of how stories structure our thinking of the world and the urgent need of how to write a new story to create a more beautiful world. Please note this is the audio of an audio-visual session with a live Zoom group so there may be reference to things shown and comments in the chat. To access the full visual recording and 140 others go to https://embodiedfacilitator.com/e-conf2018-bonus-2/


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