The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible
by Charles Eisenstein
"When I read Charles Eisenstein I felt as if I had just put on an extraordinarily clear, lucid, morally honest set of glasses. He isn't just describing a possible world. He is helping us find our way to it."
—Vicki Robin, author of Your Money or Your Life
Eisenstein invites us to embrace a radically different understanding of cause and effect, sounding a clarion call to surrender our old worldview of separation, so that we can finally create the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.
"Often in writing this book I had a strong sense of being plugged into a kind of field, of being an antenna, of being in service to something that wants to be born."
"It is rare to find, in such digestible portions, so rich a feast for mind and heart." Read what author Joanna Macy and others are saying about Eisenstein's work.
This book is a guide from the old story, through the empty space between stories, and into a new story. It addresses the reader as a subject of this transition personally, and as an agent of transition—for other people, for our society, and for our planet.
For more about author and speaker Charles Eisenstein, visit his website here.
Aware of the positive difference small acts can make, we can begin to see ourselves as what Eisenstein describes as “miracle-workers.”
I have a terrible tendency to get entirely derailed into negative thinking. Eisenstein's book is a breath of fresh air in a world of panic.
David Dashifen Kees
As a Pagan, it was hard not to feel some measure of pride throughout the book. So many of the concepts of interbeing that Eisenstein shares with us felt very familiar to me. But the very pride I felt as I read the book is indicative that I still embody the habits of separation.
As I read his chapter on cynicism (one of the obstacles to the more beautiful world), I realized that Eisenstein was talking about me.