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<B>America's Global Responsibility </B><I> Individuation, Initiation and Threefolding</I>, BEN-AHARON, JESAIAH
1 America's Global Responsibility Individuation, Initiation and Threefolding
BEN-AHARON, JESAIAH
1584200189 / 9781584200185 2003 Paperback 
In a summary of present day social and economic conditions, Beh-Aharon points out the dire consequences of America ignoring its obligations as set forth in the Declaration of Independence. He goes on to explain how the destructive effects of globalisation can be stopped, and progressive social structures introduced. Using a concept developed by Rudolf Steiner -- the actualization of the individual -- he explains how the world arrived at its current state and how an understanding of America's role in the globalisation process will help achieve cultural and spiritual freedom, political equality and economic cooperation in the world.
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<B>Associative Economics </B><I> Spiritual Activity for the Common Good</I>, LAMB, GARY
2 Associative Economics Spiritual Activity for the Common Good
LAMB, GARY
1936367106 / 9781936367108 
This comprehensive book guides one to substantially rethink aspects of the economic life. It opens doors for new perspectives, describes pitfalls and successes and gives practical small steps one can take in order to effect change and improve the human condition.
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<B>Atlas of the Poetic Continent </B><I> Pathways in Ecological Citizenship</I>, SACKS, SHELLEY, ZUMDICK, DR WOLFGANG
3 Atlas of the Poetic Continent Pathways in Ecological Citizenship
SACKS, SHELLEY, ZUMDICK, DR WOLFGANG
1906999562 / 9781906999568 2013 
‘The places of the poetic continent are not physical places. They map the internal regions and contours of the inner human being that lives in a cosmos of other beings and life forms. They constellate the places of the soul.’

This collection of poetic, philosophical and literary texts and full-colour images offers an ATLAS of the Poetic Continent – a treasure to study, contemplate and inspire action in the world.
This ATLAS grew out of a social sculpture process in a city that invited its citizens – individually and collectively – to enter into a process of active reflection on the question ‘what am I doing in the world?’ This project confirmed that the connection between inner and outer work, and the inner workspace, is central to all social sculpture processes.

The maps for this poetic continent open up pathways that enable us to ‘come to our senses’. Discovered only in our engagement with the world, and inspired by the constellations of the soul, they offer distilled understandings on the path to a new society: a viable future of free, humane and ecological citizens.

SHELLEY SACKS is an international practitioner of social sculpture, working in connective practices, exploring the relationship between imagination and transformation and rethinking responsibility as an ability to respond. She regards her long-term collaborative projects - such as Exchange Values, University of the Trees and Earth Forum - as ‘instruments of consciousness’ and flexible frameworks that link inner and outer processes. Her work includes more than 40 ‘actions’, site works, installations and social sculpture projects; several essays and books, involvement in grassroots cultural and political organisations; facilitating social sculpture processes in the 1970s and 1980s in South Africa; and collaborating with Joseph Beuys for more than a decade in the Free International University. Shelley is Professor of Social Sculpture and Director of the Social Sculpture Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. The ATLAS is one of several collaborations between Shelley Sacks and Wolfgang Zumdick.

DR WOLFGANG ZUMDICK is an international author, philosopher, curator and a specialist in Social Sculpture and the work of Joseph Beuys. He was a scholarship holder at the Laurenz Haus Foundation, Basel, and has curated several Joseph Beuys and Social Sculpture exhibitions. He is the author of numerous publications on the history of philosophy and twentieth century art and philosophy, with a specific focus on Joseph Beuys and the philosophy of imagination. He is Senior Lecturer in Social Sculpture at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, and has been a guest lecturer at numerous universities worldwide. He is active in the Social Sculpture Research Unit and collaborates with Shelley Sacks on writing and practical projects such as University of the Trees.
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<B>Becoming Human </B><I> A Social Task - The Threefold Social Order</I>, KONIG, KARL,  STEEL, RICHARD,  DYSON, CARLOTTA
4 Becoming Human A Social Task - The Threefold Social Order
KONIG, KARL, STEEL, RICHARD, DYSON, CARLOTTA
0863158099 / 9780863158094 2011 Paperback 
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Karl Konig, the founder of the Camphill Movement, was very aware of the need for change in the social order he saw around him. In this revealing collection of imaginative thought and ideas, he shows, however, that true social change must begin in individuals. He goes on to say that renewal is something each human being can practise themselves, in the midst of their everyday life.
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<B>Beholding the Nature of Reality </B><I> Possibility of Spiritual Community</I>, SCHWARZKOPF, FRIEDEMANN
5 Beholding the Nature of Reality Possibility of Spiritual Community
SCHWARZKOPF, FRIEDEMANN
094580329X / 9780945803294 
Contemplation, meditation and healing.

The central theme of these essays is: that we can creatively participate in what can be called 'reality-in-becoming.' But to do so requires using our will and strength to sustain and embrace a certain kind of inner tension which surfaces when we find ourselves within the activity of reconciling and integrating the contradictions between the poles of the soul-spiritual and the empirical-sensorial, between idealism and dogmatism, between the arrogance that 'it all depends on us' and a passive belief that our destiny is predetermined-by divine powers or a calculable physical-material course of events. We can witness the sphere in which the manifesting events prepare themselves, we can experience our own witnessing, and within this witnessing we can experience our freedom to change perspectives-with the consequence that different options are offered for our manifesting will, the choice of which can in turn change the quality and direction of the course of events. ?from the Preface

Friedemann Schwarzkopf (1947?2003) was a longtime student of the work of Rudolf Steiner, especially Biodynamic agriculture, the Goethean approach to science, and Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy of Freedom.
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<B>Beyond the Market </B><I> Economics for the 21st Century</I>, ASSENZA, GAUDENZ
6 Beyond the Market Economics for the 21st Century
ASSENZA, GAUDENZ
0948229152 / 9780948229152 
Market economics is largely contradicted by the developments that accompany it. Particularly in the West, economic life has become intimately bound up with the state, making a mockery of the idea of the free play of market forces. On the other hand, when market forces do prevail, it is often at great, and unacceptable, environmental and social cost.

This book looks beyond the economics of capitalism and communism to explore what can be derived from a recognition of the economic process as such. The wisdom inherent in this process, translated into equitable economic conduct, can provide the resource sustainability and service to humanity as a whole that most people today seem to be seeking.

Dr. Gaudenz B. Assenza completed a dual-degree management program at the European Partnership of Business Schools in Germany and England before specializin on comparative development at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University (1992–1994). In 1993, he worked as a research analyst at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva, writing a report on the threats to economic and political stability in the former Soviet republics of Central Asia. After graduating from Harvard, Dr. Assenza worked eight years as a research fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI), a Norwegian think tank focusing on energy, environment and development (1994–2002). He also completed research stays at Oxford University and the International Finance Corporation. Since 1999, he has taught at several universities in Central Europe, including universities in Prague, Karvina, and Ostrava. Since April 2004, Dr. Assenza has been a visiting professor in the Department of Political Science at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany. In 2005, he completed a post-doctoral thesis and is currently working as an author, coordinator, and coeditor on a book series, investigating the relations between states (politics) and markets (economics) in the area of international environmental policy.
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<B>Biology of Transcendence, The </B><I> A Blueprint of the Human Spirit</I>, PEARCE, JOSEPH CHILTON
7 Biology of Transcendence, The A Blueprint of the Human Spirit
PEARCE, JOSEPH CHILTON
1594770166 / 9781594770166 2004 Paperback 
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This latest research identifies our five neural centres - or brains - and establishes that our fourth and most recently developed brain is located in the head while the fifth is located in the heart. It is the dynamic interaction of this head brain (intellect) and heart brain (intelligence), of biology and spirit, that allows transcendence from one evolutionary place to the next--we are, quite literally, made to transcend. Conversely, it is the breakdown of this interaction through the effects of cultural dictates surrounding us from the time we are children that keeps us where we are, mired in the current crises of violence among people and between people and the planet. But Pearce reminds us that we are not stuck for good. Transcendence is our biological imperative, a state we have been moving toward for millennia.
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<B>By the Light of the Lanthorn </B><I> Working with People with Special Needs: A Cultural and Social Impulse in a Changing World</I>, RUDEL, SIEGFRIED
8 By the Light of the Lanthorn Working with People with Special Needs: A Cultural and Social Impulse in a Changing World
RUDEL, SIEGFRIED
1906999279 / 9781906999278 2011 Paperback 
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'We cannot hold a torch to another's path without brightening our own.' - Ben Sweetland

When Council Inspector Paul Clark visited the Peredur Trust in Cornwall over 20 years ago, he was under pressure to serve a legal notice to comply with various regulations or face closure. He expected to encounter a cult organization with weird and unpalatable practices. In the event, he found something quite different. As he says in his Foreword: 'I came to inspect - I stopped to evaluate - and I remained to admire!' Paul later became the Trust's chief executive.

The Peredur Trust has been caring for disadvantaged and differently-abled individuals, effectively and successfully, for over 60 years. Siegfried Rudel, its President and one of its four founders, tells the story of how the impulse behind the organisation - which is inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner - first transpired. But this is not simply the narrative and history of a single organisation. Rather, this book represents a universal cultural impulse that embraces the needs of our time, and one that reappears today in many residential communities for people with special needs around the world.

In a fascinating presentation, and with the aid of many archival photographs, In the Light of the Lanthorn tackles interrelated themes including the arts, the environment, sustainability, agriculture and nutrition - all in the light of working with individuals with special needs.

SIEGFRIED W. RUDEL was born in 1928, in the rural setting of Silesia, then part of Eastern Germany but now Poland. After the turbulence of the war-end he was determined to finish his school years at a Steiner Waldorf School, which he succeeded in doing. He then trained in Special Education, first in Scotland and then Switzerland. A group of four students returned to England in 1951 to found a Home-School for 'maladjusted' children (as they were then referred to). Siegfried has stayed the course throughout the Peredur Trust's 60 adventurous years to date. He is now the charity's President.
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<B>Caretakers of the Cosmos </B><I> Living Responsibly in an Unfinished World</I>, LACHMAN, GARY
9 Caretakers of the Cosmos Living Responsibly in an Unfinished World
LACHMAN, GARY
1782500022 / 9781782500025 
Why are we here? Human beings have asked themselves this question for centuries. Modern science largely argues that human beings are chance products of a purposeless universe, but other traditions believe humanity has an essential role and responsibility in creation.

Lachman brings together many strands of esoteric, spiritual and philosophical thought to form a counter-argument to the nihilism that permeates the twenty-first century. Offering a radical alternative to postmodern apathy, he argues that we humans are indeed the 'caretakers' of the universe, entrusted with a daunting task: that of healing and repairing creation itself.

This is an important book from a key thinker of our time, addressing some of the most urgent questions facing humanity.
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<B>Common Wealth: For a Free, Equal, Mutual and Sustainable Society </B><I> For a Free, Equal, Mutual and Sustainable Society</I>, LARGE, MARTIN
10 Common Wealth: For a Free, Equal, Mutual and Sustainable Society For a Free, Equal, Mutual and Sustainable Society
LARGE, MARTIN
1903458986 / 9781903458983 2010 Hardback 
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"Common Wealth" analyses how the market has taken over the state, as well as public services, so education and health are treated as profit making businesses. The book puts forward an alternative, tripolar model of society, made up of government, civil society and business, which can work in partnership for developing a more free, equitable and sustainable society.
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<B>Communities for Tomorrow </B><I> </I>, STEEL, RICHARD,ED
11 Communities for Tomorrow
STEEL, RICHARD,ED
0863158102 / 9780863158100 2011 Paperback 
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As human beings, we have a great longing for community, to feel part of something. Despite this apparent need, the opposite tendency is evident everywhere: a growing individualism leading to the breakdown of relationships, conflict and war. How can we connect meaningfully with our fellow human beings and build successful communities, whilst also cultivating a healthy individuality? Karl Konig considered that finding answers to these questions was one of the central tasks of anthroposophy, as well as its greatest potential downfall. Seventy years ago, he founded the Camphill Movement as a search for social renewal and healing from new sources. As part of a growing dialogue between people within and outside of Camphill, a conference called Community Building in the Light of Michael took place at the Goetheanum in 2009. The contributions in this book originate from there; contributors include Cornelius Pietzner, Virginia Sease, Penelope Roberts-Baring, Sergei Prokofieff, Peter Selg and Bodo von Plato.
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<B>Confronting Conflict </B><I> A First-aid Kit for Handling Conflict</I>, GLASL, FRIEDRICH
12 Confronting Conflict A First-aid Kit for Handling Conflict
GLASL, FRIEDRICH
186989071X / 9781869890711 1999 Paperback 
Conflict costs! When tensions and differences are ignored they grow into conflict, injuring relationships, groups and organisations. So, how can we tackle conflict successfully? Dr Friedrich Glasl has worked with conflict resolution in companies, schools and communities for over 30 years, earning him and his techniques enormous respect. Confronting Conflict is authoritative and up to date, containing new examples, exercises theory and techniques. You can start by assessing the symptoms and causes of conflict, and ask, 'Am I fanning the flames?' And then consider, 'How can I behave constructively rather than attack or avoid others?'

Here are tools to: Analyse symptoms, types, causes of conflict, hot or cold, personal chemistry, structure or environment: understand how temperaments affect conflicts, what can you do?: acknowledge when you have a conflict, understand conflict escalation, how to lessen conflict through changing behaviour, attitudes and perceptions: practise developing considerate confrontation, seizing golden moments, strengthening empathy and much, much more.

Dr Friedrich Glasl is a recognised authority on conflict. His PhD was on conflict prevention and peace building. He worked for the Dutch NPI for Organisational Development from 1967, and has lectured in conflict at Salzburg University since 1985. He has written many books, including Enterprise of the Future.
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<B>Context for a Renewed Economics </B><I> </I>, M. SPENCE
13 Context for a Renewed Economics
M. SPENCE

Building on Rudolf Steiner’s conception of the human being, Mr. Spence poses challenging questions concerning the life of a Waldorf school. Chapters on: The Threefold Nature of Social Life; Brotherhood in the School Community; The Life of Rights in the School Community; The School as a Free Cultural Institution.
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<B>End of Money and the Future of Civilization </B><I> </I>, GRECO THOMAS H,JR.
14 End of Money and the Future of Civilization
GRECO THOMAS H,JR.
1603580786 / 9781603580786 2009 Paperback 
Like the proverbial fish who doesn’t know what water is, we swim in an economy built on money that few of us comprehend, and, most definitely, what we don’t know is hurting us.

Very few people realize that the nature of money has changed profoundly over the past three centuries, or—as has been clear with the latest global financial crisis—the extent to which it has become a political instrument used to centralize power, concentrate wealth, and subvert popular government. On top of that, the economic growth imperative inherent in the present global monetary system is a main driver of global warming and other environmental crises.

The End of Money and the Future of Civilization demystifies the subjects of money, banking, and finance by tracing historical landmarks and important evolutionary shifts that have changed the essential nature of money. Greco’s masterful work lays out the problems and then looks to the future for a next stage in money’s evolution that can liberate us as individuals and communities from the current grip of centralized and politicized money power.

Greco provides specific design proposals and exchange-system architectures for local, regional, national, and global financial systems. He offers strategies for their implementation and outlines actions grassroots organizations, businesses, and governments will need to take to achieve success.

Ultimately, The End of Money and the Future of Civilization provides the necessary understanding— for entrepreneurs, activists, and civic leaders—to implement approaches toward monetary liberation. These approaches would empower communities, preserve democratic institutions, and begin to build economies that are sustainable, democratic, and insulated from the financial crises that plague the dominant monetary system.
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<B>Finding Work-Life Balance </B><I> Achieving Fulfilment at Every Stage of Life</I>, VAN DER BRUG, JOS
15 Finding Work-Life Balance Achieving Fulfilment at Every Stage of Life
VAN DER BRUG, JOS
1782501665 / 9781782501664 2015 
At different stages of life, we approach work with varying levels of energy, drive and perspective.

Many people feel unfulfilled in their work, or feel their work-life balance is hopelessly wrong. Jos van der Brug's readable and informal book helps the reader to understand why and how our working lives evolve at different ages and provides helpful tips for cooperation and leadership within a team of diverse members. In-depth case studies also offer insight into the impact our professional lives can have upon our personal lives, and vice versa.

If both employees and employers could better understand the fluidity of our relationship to work throughout life, it would lead to improved work-life balance and personal fulfilment.
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<B>First Steps to Seeing </B><I> A Path towards Living Attentively</I>, KIDD, EMMA
16 First Steps to Seeing A Path towards Living Attentively
KIDD, EMMA
178250169X / 9781782501695 
In the twenty-first century, we are confronted by a rapidly changing world filled with social, economic, and environmental uncertainties. We are all connected inherently to our changing world, and to create the best possible conditions for life that thrives we must each develop the inner capacity to respond and adapt to life in new, creative, and innovative ways.

The author of this visionary book, Emma Kidd, tells us that our path to a happy, healthy, and peaceful world begins with each individual. By learning to recognise our cognitive habits of interrupting and defining life through our fixed ideas, labels, and judgements, we can develop a dynamic way of seeing that enables us to perceive and respond to life with greater attentiveness.

First Steps to Seeing reveals a set of practical stepping stones that guide the reader into this dynamic way of seeing and relating. Using personal stories, practical exercises, and real-world case studies in development, education, and business, the book takes us on a journey to explore how we can give our full attention to life and how we can enliven the world that we each co-create.

This book is an inspiring guide for all those working for social change, whether with young people, business, education, or research and anyone simply looking for fresh paths in life.
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<B>From Me to We </B><I> design and build collaborative workplaces</I>, HANMAN, STEPHEN AND GEORGE, IAN
17 From Me to We design and build collaborative workplaces
HANMAN, STEPHEN AND GEORGE, IAN
0646928007 / 9780646928005 
'This book demonstrates that long-term win-win collaboration approaches work. Principals and contractors don't have to end up in conflict or litigation. I would recommend these ideas be adopted by companies eager to improve productivity.' - John Mulcahy, Chairman, Mirvac

'In an industry dominated by conflict and unproductive activity, this book offers a refreshing and practical way for all parties in the building industry to achieve more from their capital and labour inputs. Stephen Hanman and Ian George have shown through application that by introducing trust, respect and meaningful communication into relationships, results improve for all stakeholders. Moreover, the investment required to do the first job carries over to future work, resulting in improved performance with each project. I applaud the efforts of the authors in both creating the environment for their clients to 'do better' in their construction businesses and for sharing their work with the wider business and labour communities. One wonders what benefits could flow to other industries should the broader principles so successfully adopted in this book be applied more widely.' - Terry Henderson, company director and businessman

'This book provides wonderful insights into the way in which economic and social relationships associated with building and construction can be transformed. The participants involved in CGA Bryson projects have experienced considerable benefits in their working and personal lives. There is also evidence of significant economic benefits for all within the project supply chains. In the context of the broader building and construction industry, this account contains lessons which offer solutions for some of the seemingly intractable problems of conflict, waste, poor quality work and alienation that bedevil this industry. We have a lot to learn from these two professionals who are writing about their direct experience in transforming a construction enterprise.' - Professor Tony Dalton, RMIT Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Research Centre, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University

'In our own research, we have documented in financial terms the benefits of cross-functional, cross-firm collaboration. However, for many executives, building a culture that supports collaboration is not easy. Ian and Stephen not only report on the benefits of collaboration in an industry where such behaviour has not been the norm, but they provide guidelines for building organisations with a culture of collaboration.' - Dr Douglas M Lambert, Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University, founder of the Supply Chain Management Institute
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<B>Functional Threefoldness </B><I> In the Human Organism and Human Society</I>, ROHEN, JOHANNES
18 Functional Threefoldness In the Human Organism and Human Society
ROHEN, JOHANNES
0932776426 / 9780932776426 2011 Paperback 
Johannes Rohen is known as the father of functional anatomy, and his anatomy books are used by medical students around the world. In this book, he has turned his attention to human society, applying his functional approach developed over decades of meditating on the human organism. The result is a holistic yet highly differentiated view of human society as a dynamic organism that takes our understanding of social issues to a deeper level of insight. He sees the same threefold structure at work in human society as he sees in the human organism. This is a stimulating and challenging book from a renowned master.
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<B>Genius of Money </B><I> Essays and Interviews Reimagining the Financial World</I>, BLOOM, JOHN
19 Genius of Money Essays and Interviews Reimagining the Financial World
BLOOM, JOHN
0880106344 / 9780880106344 2010 Pamphlet 
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“To understand money in the deepest sense is to journey inwardly to grapple with the ‘money self,’ to become more conscious economic participants in financial transactions with the world, and last but not least, to work to meet the material needs of others so that our economic needs are met through others’ work. This formulation describes a three-fold virtuous cycle, one that represents a radical transformation from our current world circumstance, which tends to revolve around and end with self-interest, unsupportable accumulation, and fear born of never-enough.” —John Bloom

Coming to terms with money is one of the great transformational challenges of our time. This collection of essays and interviews is an invitation and inquiry addressing that challenge on a systemic and personal level. The book presents an engaging worldview that emerges from the intersection of money and spirit. Practical, spiritual, and unwavering, it investigates the financial world as it plays out in daily life through our transactions.

The first section, called “The Poetics of Money,” is framed on historical and contemporary works of art that reveal some of the cultural history of money. From the Renaissance to Pop Art to the Conceptual, artists have recognized the iconic power of money. They have moralized through it, played on its replicability, and suggested some of its archetypal power. The author explores these modes to better understand how our own attitudes about money are formed—unconsciously and consciously—through our culture.

The second section, “The Topography of Transactions,” explores the inner landscape of financial transactions. By looking at the various qualities of money and how we work with them inwardly and in our relationships, the connections between money, human development, and consciousness emerges. Faith, hope, and love—powerful forces in our lives—are central to our financial well-being.

The third section, “A Wealth of Transformation,” consists of interviews with individuals who have transformed themselves as they transformed the world through social entrepreneurship, philanthropy, philosophical inquiry into money, investing, and spiritual practice. These exemplars represent the many who have recognized that the financial world needs to change if we are to have peace in the world.

Here is what the author has to say about our situation today:

“We are being forced by economic crisis to look at the deeper issues of money—its shadows, light, power and its evanescence. It is a great bellwether of the state of our consciousness. It is time to look at the hard issues, especially money, in a new way that incorporates spirit and social values. If anything has been made clear, it is that when money is disconnected from real economic activity and human productivity; it too easily becomes an end unto itself. Financial transactions then become impenetrable, opaque, and unaccountable in the true sense of the words. When money is an end rather than a means, transparency is an enemy, trust a victim. Money has become so abstract it can no longer be weighed, though it weighs on us, and each of us, with our credits and debits, lives within its meaning....
“Each of us now has the capacity to initiate ourselves, to develop our own consciousness. Along with this capacity, the wisdom to be a ‘treasurer’ and economic citizen needs to develop. We can no longer afford to cede that capacity to those operating in the old consciousness of ‘priesthood.’ This collection of essays and interviews is an exploration of the origins and expressions of this transformed consciousness through the window of money and financial transactions. The essays look at cultural artifacts, art, events and research as indicators of that consciousness. The interviews provide insights into the capacity for self-transformation in the economic and money realms, to demonstrate and practice the integration of values, intuition (deep inner practices) with outer action.”
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<B>Hearing our Calling </B><I> Rethinking Work and the Workplace</I>, COOMBS, GILL
20 Hearing our Calling Rethinking Work and the Workplace
COOMBS, GILL
1782500812 / 9781782500810 2014 Paperback 
For many of us, work is a source of anxiety rather than joy, and our workplace routine has become a strain on our lives. This unique book explores whether it's possible to develop a world of work which is, in fact, joyful, fulfilling and good for our health. Insightful and practical, Hearing our Calling traces the history of work, challenging current work practices and routines we take for granted. Drawing on her extensive work with different organisations, the author exposes the corporate world and reveals a surprising and beautiful alternative. She argues that we all have a 'calling', and that hearing it is especially important in times of widespread unemployment and economic hardship. This lucid and readable book invites us to think differently about how and where we work, both individually and as a society, and offers the potential for real change.

Gill Coombs has been a poet and riding teacher, before finding her calling as a management coach and facilitator. She has run work-based training for many organisations around the UK. She also studied
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