Not-Two Is Peace: Introduction (video)


Not-Two Is Peace: Introduction   In His book, Not-Two Is Peace: The Ordinary People's Way of Global Cooperative Order, Adi Da speaks to the necessity of re-establishing human civilization based on principles of mutual trust, cooperation, tolerance, "prior unity", and the limitless participation of all humankind in transforming its own destiny.

A brief introduction to this book by Rolf Carriere. Rolf worked with the United Nations and the World Bank from 1971 till 2005, mostly in Asia. His last field postings were as UNICEF Country Representative in Bhutan, Burma, Bangladesh and Indonesia, and he also served for seven years as UNICEF's Head of Health and Nutrition in India. Before his retirement in 2005, he was the first Executive Director of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a public-private-people's partnership based in Geneva. He is currently Senior Adviser (pro bono) to Non-Violent Peace-Force and to EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program. He recently gave a TED talk (at TEDxGroningen) on the use of EMDR to heal trauma on a global scale.

Not-Two Is Peace. For more on Adi Da's teaching about world peace, read Adi Da's books, Not-Two Is Peace and Prior Unity, or visit www.Da-Peace.org or www.priorunity.org. You can also enjoy many related clips in our video/audio library.
Poster: The Adi Da Foundation   Post Date: October 5, 2017
Length: 00:49   Views: 306   Views This Month: 54   Views This Week: 12
Event Speaker: Rolf Carriere
Language: English
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