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Charles Eisenstein – The Ecosexual Awakening

http://ecosexbook.com/excerpt-from-the-ecosexual-awakening/ Interesting perspective from Charles, which feels like an accurate metaphor for the cultural blind alleys down which we have lost ourselves. Most of our social structures are predicated upon a parent/child relationship – hierarchical, authoritarian, external-locus based…. We are … Continue reading

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