Revolution of the Mother:
A dialogue with Eve Ensler (V) and Andrew Harvey
- --- Humanity Rising Day 241 - Wednesday May 5, 2021 (GoTo Bottom)
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Patriarchy, capitalism, and racism are destroying the planet. We are in a hurricane of interlinked crises, a global dark night that threatens human extinction. A great force of radical regeneration—the force of the Divine Feminine—is arising to bring revelation, hope, joy, and fierce passion energy to the work of building a new world from the ashes of the old.
The time for aligning with this potentially all-transforming force in mind, soul, and body and in putting love into action is NOW.
During this session, join these two great soul friends and passionate devotees of the Mother for a thrilling dynamic and practical exploration and celebration of this all-important revolution in human consciousness.
- Eve Ensler is a Tony Award-winning playwright, activist, and author of the theatrical phenomenon and Obie Award-winning The Vagina Monologues, which has been published in 48 languages and performed in over 140 countries. Eve’s plays include Necessary Targets, The Good Body, Emotional Creature, O.P.C. (which premiered at A.R.T. in 2014), and The Fruit Trilogy, which just premiered at the WOW Festival in London and the West Yorkshire Playhouse. Her books include Insecure At Last: A Political Memoir; the New York Times bestseller I Am An Emotional Creature, and her critically acclaimed memoir In the Body of the World on which this play is based. She has written numerous articles for The Guardian, Time, Elle France, and the International Herald Tribune. Ensler’s film credits include an HBO film version of The Vagina Monologues. She also co-produced the film What I Want My Words to Do to You, winner of the Freedom of Expression Award at the Sundance Film Festival and premiered on PBS’s “P.O.V.” Ensler was a consultant on the 2016 Oscar-nominated film Mad Max Fury Road. In 1998 Ensler founded V-Day, the global activist movement to end violence against women and girls and in 2013, its evolution, ONE BILLION RISING, a global mass action campaign linking racial, gender, economic, and climate injustice in over 200 countries. She was named one of Newsweek’s “150 Women Who Changed the World” and The Guardian’s “100 Most Influential Women.” Eve is thrilled to be working with Diane Paulus and the entire A.R.T. team.
- Andrew Harvey was born in South India where he lived until the age of nine, a period he credits with shaping his vision of the inner unity of all religions. He left India to attend a private school in England and entered Oxford University in 1970 to study history on a scholarship. At the age of 21, he became the youngest person ever to be awarded the Fellow of All Souls College, England’s highest academic honor. In 1977, Harvey became disillusioned with life at Oxford and returned to India, which he considers his “soul’s home,” to begin his spiritual search, beginning with the Bengali mystic Sri Aurobindo, and later the Tibetan Buddhist master Thuksey Rinpoche, and later still, the great Christian mystic Bede Griffiths. He has since lived in London, Paris, New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, continuing to study a variety of religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity. Harvey has written and edited over 30 books. The Honors he has received include the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Mind Body Spirit Award (both for Mary’s Vineyard: Daily Readings, Meditations, and Revelations), and the Christmas Humphries Award for A Journey In Ladakh.
Among Harvey’s other well-known titles are The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, edited with Patrick Gaffney and Sogyal Rinpoche; Dialogues with a Modern Mystic; The Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi; Hidden Journey; The Essential Gay Mystics; and Son of Man.
Harvey is Founder and Director of the Institute for Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability.
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