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RELATIONAL REALITY reveals the coherence among numerous surprising discoveries, most made since 2004, about the interrelated nature of physical reality. These discoveries are now transforming every mainstream field of human endeavor, as basic assumptions (built on the old idea that everything in the physical world is essentially separate and functions mechanistically) are b ...more
Paperback, 310 pages
Published May 19th 2011 by Green Horizon Books
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May 24, 2012 rated it liked it
Charlene Spretnak has collected a lot of information in order to argue that there is a "Relational Shift" taking place in culture-at-large. She summarizes new scientific studies, social movements, theoretical books,etc. all of which point to the emergence of a post-mechanistic view of the world. There are chapters on the "Relational Shift" in Health and Healthcare, Education and Parenting, Economics, and Community Design and Architecture. Though it is hard to prove this kind of historical genera ...more
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I've loved Spretnak's work for many years; she is an original thinker who brings the feminine dimensions of life to the forefront without compromising critical thinking and analysis. In her latest reflections, she points to emerging (and re-emerging) understandings of life's systems that are revolutionizing how we organize our societies.

This book is truly edifying.
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~ great book on so many levels.....she has brought together so much research to support her theory of interrelatedness in the present......i have re read this book several times.
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Recommended for mindful reading, training, building, rebuilding and purpose.
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Charlene Spretnak has been intrigued throughout her life as a writer, speaker, and activist with dynamic interrelatedness. She has written nine books on various subjects in which interrelatedness plays a central role, including its expression in the arts. She is particularly interested in 21st-century discoveries indicating that the physical world, including the human bodymind, is far more dynamic ...more