Caer Hallundbaek speaks with Ashok Gangadean, a Professor of Philosophy at Haverford College, Haverford, PA. He is Founder and Director of the Global Dialogue Institute, and Co-Convenor of the World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality. His work includes two central focal points: awakening global Consciousness; and identifying of logos, or grammar, to help it manifest. His books include Meditations of Global First Philosophy: Quest for the Missing Grammar of Logos... Meditative Reason: Toward Universal Grammar... and more.


Topics in this informative hour include: hat global consciousness is, according to Gangadean; the shift toward consciousness we are going through as human beings; the ‘lens’ through which we all perceive life, culture, religion and other categories; our challenge in sharing the sacred across cultures and lenses; The World Commission on Global Consciousness and Spirituality; how being disconnected from the eternal, sacred mind leads us to limit and objectify ourselves and each other; the concept of putting or keeping people in ‘boxes’; logos, or the Word, from the Greek; the relationship between Logos and the Global Mind; the perennial quest to decipher 'the universal code' at the heart of eastern and western thought; the essence of language and consciousness; what is the significance of language; factors that contribute to or end global suffering; and more. For more information, visit and

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