Money and the Turning of the Age: Part 1


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About the significance of the economic crisis in the evolution of human civilization and consciousness. Filmed by Katie Teague, December 2010.

Canal: Education
Subido: 21/01/11 a las 5:43 pm
Autor: Charles Eisenstein

Duración: 52:44
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Shiver Hinge (el 02/04/14 a las 1:20 am)
There's a big difference between a people's real magic being dissolved by an imperial, empiric mysticism and and a false magic being dissolved by it own unreality. 
Bryan Gallagher (el 30/03/14 a las 5:44 pm)
Keep it Charles! One Love Brother
Charles Blass (el 05/01/14 a las 11:11 am)
Thx +Charles Eisenstein >> note +Claudio Blunschi / +CV-4D 
Emmanuel Lambert (el 18/12/13 a las 12:56 am)
I am reading a book from a great scientist and buddhist monk Mathieu Ricard "Advocacy for Altruism" which talks about the same points. Great minds think alike. Thank you Mr. Eisenstein
Sebastian Klammer (el 10/09/13 a las 8:52 pm)
This should be mandatory viewing! This guy talks about the current money system and the transition to a possible future money system. This may be nothing new, but it comes in very understandable terms, and well thought-out. So, if you have an hour to spare (or two, rather, because it's two parts), then view and share! Really! I can't believe this is from 2010 and I just now stumbled over it!
Jürgen Schmidt (el 01/03/13 a las 8:54 pm)
Money and the Turning of the Age: Part 1
tattvam4 (el 10/02/11 a las 11:48 pm)
Great talk. How do you spell that monster from Chinese mythology (Tao Tia?)
Michael Sosebee (el 15/08/12 a las 9:14 pm)
I really like that you take time-outs during your talk to think clearly about what you're going to say. What a gift; I'm buying your book today!
Curt Howland (el 24/04/13 a las 11:47 pm)
"Libertarianism is a religion that worships money" No. "Libertarianism" is observing the Non-Aggression Axiom. Nothing more. What you worship is up to you.
Curt Howland (el 28/07/13 a las 7:44 pm)
"And who said anything about forcing anyone to stop using anything?" You did. You said, "abolish money". Abolish means to force people to stop doing something. "Money's use was simply discontinued" When? Where? How do you expect to allocate resources without money or coercion? Please, tell me, I would like to know.

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