Indeed the sustainability revolution, for Britain’s Prince Charles (2), a student of many primal cultures as well as those ancient and modern (as articulated in his recent book on Harmony) involves rediscovering the principles that produce the active state of balance which is just as vital to the health of the natural world as it is for human society. When people, in that context, he says, talk of things like an “environmental crisis” or a “financial crisis”, what they are actually describing are the consequences of a much deeper problem which comes down to what Prince Charles calls a “crisis of perception”. It is the way we see the world, for him, which is ultimately at fault.