Asking the Big Questions With Author Charles Eisenstein

In this Speakeasy talk, author and speaker Charles Eisenstein discusses his latest novel which delves into the possibilities of human translational power.

“The world outside of ourselves isn’t truly outside.” – Charles Eisenstein In this Speakeasy talk from Wanderlust Aspen-Snowmass, author and speaker Charles Eisenstein discusses his latest novel The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, which delves into the possibilities of human translational power. It may not be something we consciously realize, but the small choices we make each day affect the bigger picture of our lives. Each choice we make connects us to each other. Eisenstein explores what he calls the principle of interconnectedness, also known as interbeing, which states that as we become more confident in ourselves and our choices, our positivity can have a wholesome impact on the world. “Humility is not something that we can strive for, it’s simply the result of seeing accurately, seeing other people as mirrors of ourselves.” – Charles Eisenstein As someone who became dissatisfied with life in an office, Eisenstein set out at young age to explore the world. He studied many cultures and belief systems and immersed himself with open eyes to different ways of living. His curiosity and intellect drove him to ask the big questions of human purpose and seek answers within himself and through various teachers. He continues on his path of exploration and hopes that through his work and lectures he can spread a message of positivity, humility, and confidence and inspire change for the path ahead. To learn more about Charles Eisenstein visit charleseisenstein.net.