Mind Shift: Enlightening our Global Culture with Russell Brand and Eve Ensler

7119E760-B294-4F18-90D9-1B7D9ABFB39BWhat happens when you put comedian and known playboy Russell Brand on the same guest panel as activist Eve Ensler, playwright of The Vagina Monologues?

Tune into Daniel Pinchbeck’s talk show Mind Shift to find out — for FREE. This episode follows Brand and Ensler as they dive headfirst into the cultural benefits of enlightenment, and the crisis we face today as our society’s spirituality clashes with its politics. Watch it now for FREE. And even better, catch all the current Mind Shift episodes — as well as Gaiam TV’s entire video library — by signing up for your FREE 10-day trial now.

We are facing a unique crisis as our renewed vigor for attaining enlightenment clashes with our materialist based economy and fear-based politics. Is there a way we can reconcile our current systems with the new spiritual paradigms? If not, how can we reform them? Daniel Pinchbeck explores the cultural benefits of enlightenment with comedian Russell Brand and playwright Eve Ensler in this interview originally webcast October 15, 2013

Russell Brand offers his insightful perspectives on spirituality, economics and politics without abandoning his unique zeal and sense of humor. It is an entertaining and informative account on the profound benefits of individual enlightenment. The conversation continues with Eve Ensler as they offer further insights on reforming our fear and consumerism based cultures. Individually and collectively, we can stop being passive and become the transformers of our own lives.

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  • Iuwus

    being nice to one another is all fair and well as long as it doesn’t become fascist nice. “arrggghgh how dare you for having normal human emotions around me and ruining my bliss!! fuck the suffering cos my happiness is paramount!! and how dare you disagree!!!!” = bullshit. /rant

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