Global Brain with Peter Russell
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Global Brain with Peter Russell

This moving audio-visual presentation explores the theory that the Earth is an integrated, self-regulating living organism and asks what function humanity might have for this planetary being. It suggests that we stand on the threshold of a major leap in evolution, as significant as the emergence of life itself, and the essence of this leap is inner spiritual development. Moreover, Peter Russell maintains that it is only through such a shift in consciousness that we will be able to manage successfully the global crisis now facing us.

Length 35 min. Copyright 1985 $ 29.95
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