The way we look at social, economic, political, and environmental problems, says Eisenstein, keeps us separated and competitive. He brilliantly deconstructs the old story, the underlying—and largely unexamined—"normal" worldview that programs human responses; he calls it the "Story of Separation."
Simultaneously, he weaves an ambitious and empowering narrative of the new story, the vision and practice of Interbeing, a "the world that we really care about," relating real-life experiences that demonstrate the best way to interrupt the feeling of separation. "Internally, it [the transition] is nothing less than a transformation in the experience of being alive. Externally is it nothing less than a transformation of humanity's role on planet Earth." Listen in and think out of the ordinary!