Part 1 introduces this concept of getting within the skin of pop culture in order to change it and yourself for the better. Part 2 examines a diverse blend of pop culture happenings from the past decade and shows you how cultural events can be transformed into an opportunity for spiritual growth. From Gangsta Rap and "Beavis and Butt-head" to Prince Charles and Princess Diana; to media coverage of the Persian Gulf War, "In the Belly of the Beast" illustrates how these mainstream cultural trends are symptoms of larger undercurrents in the spiritual world and so need to be understood rather than avoided.
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Gulbekian, a British follower of Rudolf Steiner, sees our culture's defining sickness as "matter-realism"—the notion that matter is all that matters.| Read Full Review of In the Belly of the Beast: Ho...