Join the Arnold School of Public Health’s Center for Research in Nutrition and Health Disparities, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, Office of the Dean; School of the Earth, Ocean and Environment; Sustainable Midlands; and Columbia Resilience for a lecture by Charles Eisenstein at the University of South Carolina on What is the New Normal?
Normal is falling apart. The environment, food system, energy, health care, money, politics, education…none of our systems are working very well any more. But endings are often also beginnings. What are these crises transitioning us into? What might the new normal look like? In this program, Charles Eisenstein describes the deep, invisible stories that underlie the crisis of our time, and the new stories upon which we are already beginning to build a different kind of civilization. A new (and ancient) consciousness is emerging, but our institutions – money, medicine, government, and more – are still grounded in the old. This program will illuminate how we can participate in a revolution in human beingness, that includes a different relationship to Earth, a different experience of self, and a different conception of life purpose than what is normal today.
Date: Monday, September 25, 2017
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Capstone Conference Room (1st Floor of Capstone House) 902 Barnwell St., Columbia, S.C. 29208
Complete Free Registration:
*Immediately following will be a book-signing and reception with light refreshments