I went to a talk with Stephan Harding and David Abram at Schumacher College earlier tonight, and was reminded of the connection between nonduality and ecophilosophy. (Mainly because the way they talked about it bordered on the nondual, but didn’t quite embrace or come from it.)
To me, nonduality, systems views, and various forms of ecophilosophy are natural allies. They complement each other beautifully.
Nonduality simplifies and unifies, and offers pointers to see through stories.
And the other ones are powerful stories which can transform our lives at individual and collective levels in a very much needed way at this point in our history.
What these all have in common is a recognition of stories as stories, with a power to guide and transform our lives. And of the oneness of all life, of everything that is.