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“The great moments in life are existential crises—moments that challenge all aspects of society and all levels of human awareness. We have entered such an extended moment of radical change.”
 
On this episode, Michael Meade brings a mythological perspective and a soulful attention to the issues of power and abuse in modern culture. He reminds us that old ideas require that those who sit in judgement not simply claim to gather facts, but also must be vulnerable and open to genuine feelings and the deeper meanings that both underlie and transcend the facts. In this period of cultural crises, more acts of truth may be required to generate a “force of truth” to break through the gates of “dominance and denial”.


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