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21st Century Evolutionary Shift - “Dialogue is the Language of Evolutionary Transformation”™

Duncan Campbell and Andrew Weil

Duncan Campbell and Andrew Weil

21st Century Evolutionary Shift - “Dialogue is the Language of Evolutionary Transformation”™ Duncan Campbell

My program with Andy Weil is the first of over 100 programs in this ongoing series with myself and other visionary thinkers from a wide variety of fields.  Reference in this first program by both myself and Andy to bringing medicine, for example, back in connection with the natural world illustrates my own visionary worldview exemplified in the course of the entire series as different facets of an emerging awakened planetary worldview increasingly shared by people from every continent.

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“I’m Ted Sorensen, former counsel to John F. Kennedy and author of the new book Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History.  And I have so enjoyed talking for an extended length of time with Duncan Campbell.  Whoever puts him on the air deserves a Nobel, Pulitzer, or any other prize, because clearly this is a program that advances the security and best interest of all the American people, not just a few high-powered lobbyists or special interest groups.  It serves the country well, and I am proud to have been a part of it.  Duncan, I can’t thank you enough.  I have never had a dialogue, much less an interview, anything like this.  And I salute you for the path that you’re following.  Thanks so much.  Keep up the good work.  This has been a joy.” – Ted Sorensen

“And it has been for me too, Ted.  I’ve been so inspired by your example.  So I want to thank you not only for my generation, but for all subsequent generations, for being there, for everything that you have done, and for giving us this latest and great gift of your book Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History.  It’s been such a real deep pleasure to connect with you and to spend this time together.” – Duncan Campbell

“Duncan Campbell, I heard about your podcast a few months ago, and have been deeply listening to all the dialogues with your fantastic friends/guests. Your words, ideas, and wisdom are truly inspirational. You have evoked a new appetite for knowledge in me that I hope to share with a starving younger generation. Thank you for doing what you do, and creating a unique space, void of boundaries and classification. A breath of fresh air! Much love and respect.” – July 23, 2008 Amit Kapadiya

For another example dialogue in this series (#58), click here to listen to my dialogue with Ted Sorensen, author most recently of A Life at The Edge of History.

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Dalai Lama as a Key to Planetary Evolution | Dialogue with Robert Thurman and Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell, visionary conversationalist and host of the internationally acclaimed Living Dialogues program and Robert Thurman engage in a highly stimulating and richly informative dialogue on Why The Dalai Lama Matters to all of us.

Each of them weave together in the conversation many different perspectives: spiritual, historical, cultural, political and ecological, from both East and West, pertinent to the current world-affecting drama that China is engaged in with the Tibetan people and environmental destruction imitative of our own Western history.

The Dalai Lama is seen as an inspirational model, with a profound and pragmatic understanding of the nature of the planet, the hopes and conflicts of humanity, the crises we are all in, and as a great practitioner of the “art of dialogue” required for our planetary evolution. The dialogue includes references from past Olympics and a point by point summary of Robert’s compelling five-part plan for the political and ecological reconciliation of China and Tibet.

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