Those alive today have the truly sacred task of evolving the story of who we are, how we live and what we are for – as conscious beings on our planet. For around 6,000 years we have lived in what Riane Eisler calls a dominator culture (from warrior tribes to empire-building nation-states to global corporations), where the contrary human impulse towards partnership has been repressed or assimilated by powerful elites whenever it has re-emerged. This time it needs to be different. The transition from competition to cooperation is, as evolutionary biologist Elisabet Sahtouris points out, “a maturation ...


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