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Stephen Olsson is director of the acclaimed series Global Spirit, which has been called the first internal travel series on national television. Global Spirit is an inquiry into humankind's belief systems, wisdom traditions and states of consciousness, presented by John Cleese and hosted by author and spiritual seeker Phil Cousineau.

Stephen’s work has won numerous national and international awards including the National Emmy Award for Outstanding Director, the Du-Pont Columbia Award for Excellence in broadcast journalism and the George Foster Peabody Award. Formerly, Olsson was co-founder and former vice president of Original Programming at Link TV, where he produced a number of original programs and television series, including the Peabody award-winning Mosaic: World News from the Middle East.

He holds a Master’s degree in Visual Anthropology and Communications from Temple University. Topics in this hour include: his early interest in rituals through the Jesuits; travel in India; the forming of Cultural Educational Media in 1983; John Cleese; Global Spirit; Sufism; Rumi's accessibility in the West; unity consciousness; Olsson's other projects; technology; and much more.

Topics in this hour include: his early interest in rituals through the Jesuits; travel in India; the forming of Cultural Educational Media in 1983; John Cleese; the development of Global Spirit; Sufism; Rumi's accessibility in the West; unity consciousness; Olsson's other current projects; the effect of technology on the spiritual conversation; and much more.

For more information visit godspeedinstitute.com

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