Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

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Our global civilization faces multiple systemic threats.

The inevitable deeply disruptive transition will lead…
EITHER to untold pain and suffering – via chaos
OR (maybe) to a New Era – via conscious evolution.

On this site, we curate the content of some of the people and organizations who are consciously working directly or indirectly on Humanity’s Transition.

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Most recent 20 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

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New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 53 When you understand that virtually everything with Woke Marxism is (a) impossible and (b) a strategic provocation, it leads you to think about engaging with …Read more

To amplify your support for conversations like these, please consider joining us on Patreon: From the Quest for a Spiritual Home conference in Chino, California in May, 2023. This …Read more

***** Watch on Rumble: ***** Bret Speaks Alexandros Marinos on the dawning of the AI age. Where are we, where are we headed, and how should we react? Find …Read more

May 30th, 2023 We find ourselves in a time of fracture, dissolution, and renewal. As we collectively reorganize values, meaning, and purpose, we discover one of the foundational elements of …Read more

With the rapid advancement of human-simulating large language models, we have suddenly found ourselves in an existential crisis around what is true and how to establish what is true. This …Read more

May 25th, 2023 Explore the concept of “ontological kindness” as a way to engage with others’ deeply intertwined beliefs and experiences. Ontological kindness may be key to effectively hold space …Read more

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On March 29, 2023, James Lindsay delivered a short address before a conference at the European Union Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. This speech has been widely recognized as making the …Read more

A far-ranging speech of dizzying heights and depths. Charles speaks of a shift of timelines, the candidacy of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., the collapse of the old story, sanity and …Read more

For program details and registration, please visit: USEFUL LINKS: 👉 Here you can read Charles’ essays on Substack: 👉 Here you can find out more about Charles’ books, …Read more

A delightful and weirdly optimistic conversation with Daniel and Michelle Garner about the AI revolution, raising kids, and the importance of intrinsic as opposed to extrinsic motivation. A finalist for …Read more

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 118 One of Mao Zedong’s most famous pieces is a short command from 1937 titled “Combat Liberalism” ( ). Contrary to what …Read more

This is a patron-only Q&A, which happens monthly. You can sign up at any level to receive access here: Thank you for joining my Q&A. A few notes: 1. …Read more

May 24, 2023 There is a whole spectrum of responses to the violences of the modern-colonial system: soft reform, which involves policies and practices; radical reform, including more people and …Read more

Masha Anderson, podcast host from Pangburn, joins Tom and Andrew for a wide-ranging and mind-bending discussion on sex and archetype. Find her at @mashadiaspora Consider supporting us by donation via …Read more

I notice that sometimes people have the sense, and the sense is, “Does he really love me?” “Does she really love me?” Whoever it is, because after all, he needs …Read more

***** Watch live on Rumble with the chat enabled: ***** Submit questions for the second hour Q&A: ***** In this 175th in a series of live discussions with …Read more

Join Dr. John Vervaeke, Christopher Mastropietro, and Guy Sengstock as they delve into the intricacies of the dialectic process in the context of virtue in this episode of After Socrates. …Read more

USEFUL LINKS: 👉 Here you can listen to the full interview on A Gathering of Stories – the Pandemic is a Prism: 👉 Here you can read Charles’ essays …Read more

To register for this event, please visit: Join us June 24th-25th, 2023 in bringing the Philosophy of Plato to life through deep intimate conversations & the empathic attunement of …Read more

Author of Palo Alto: A History of California, Capitalism, and The World Malcom Harris helps us understand the history and foundations of the Silicon Valley mindset so we can better …Read more

Jim talks with Carlos Perez about the ideas in his new book A Pattern Language for Generative AI: A Self-Generating GPT-4 Blueprint. They discuss GPT-4’s ability to introspect on its capabilities, …Read more

Jim talks with Charles Eisenstein about the environment and the ideas in his book Climate: A New Story. They discuss Charles’s involvement with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.’s presidential campaign, his first …Read more

In this conversation I speak with Jill Nephew. Jill, a former AI black box algorithm engineer with extensive experience in developing software architectures, holds a highly heterodox perspective on the …Read more

John Vervaeke, Zak Stein, and Nora Bateson discuss transformation and its complex, cross-domain dimensionality. This episode addresses topics such as how does transformation take place and in what contexts? How …Read more

TV Producer and Author of Screenage: How TV Shaped Our Reality From Tammy Faye to RuPaul’s Drag Race Fenton Bailey discusses the nature of the screen and the power it …Read more

Hey folks, As integral practitioners, we have insights that help us harmonize cultural polarities, which is why it’s too bad Bill Maher didn’t invite me on his recent show with …Read more

Jim talks with Matt Welsh about the ideas in his essay “The End of Programming,” arguing that coding as we know it will soon be obsolete. They discuss ChatGPT’s ability …Read more

Playing for Team Human today, it’s Team Human! Douglas Rushkoff hosts the seventh Team Human call-in show from the community Discord server. This show was recorded on Friday, April 28, 2023.Rushkoff …Read more

Jim talks with Matthew Pirkowski about the kinds of consensus mechanisms that can be used to secure blockchains. They discuss active inference, proof of work vs proof of stake & …Read more

Stephen Jenkinson is a Canadian writer, teacher and grief literacy advocate. He’s the author of Die Wise: A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul. He is one of my favorite authors …Read more

A brand new iteration of “This Week in the News”. Ankur Delight, who hosts one of my favorite podcasts, 10,000 Heroes, joins me to bring an integral take to the …Read more

Jim talks with Rafe Kelley about the parkour-based movement system he created and teaches, Evolve Move Play. They discuss electromagnetic pulses, combining parkour & martial arts, the importance of nature …Read more

Hey folks, This week I look at a rising star in the mainstream commentariat: Peter Zeihan. To me he is a good example of a proto-integral thinker in that he …Read more

Jim talks with Peter Wang about his idea that meaning comes from making consequential choices. They discuss the immediacy of consequences, the modeling of causal loops, the subjective aspect of …Read more

Jim talks with Bruce Damer about genius and the use of psychedelics for creative thinking. They discuss the roots of genius, the discovery of fire, Einstein’s four great discoveries, building …Read more

Cofounder of Greenpeace and writer of the Deep Green column Rex Weyler helps us transcend the idea that we can fix the environment – or anything else – so we …Read more

Zak Stein and Daniel Thorson discuss the myriad risks of emerging AI tutoring technologies. AI tutoring is being developed now and will be deployed over the course of the next …Read more

Jim talks with Daniel Suarez about his science-fiction imaginings in the near future of space exploration, Delta-V and Critical Mass. They discuss the inspiration for the novels, the beginning of a renaissance in …Read more

  Jim talks with Dave Snowden about the document he co-authored, “Managing Complexity (And Chaos) In Times of Crisis.” They discuss the Cynefin framework, its development into a complexity-informed framework, …Read more

Our sacred journey through the Colorado River Basin has brought us all the way to Hoover Dam — and soon we will arrive at the Sea of Cortez in Mexicali. Along the …Read more

Fish — Quick Pasta with Salmon and Tomatoes in Cream SauceIt takes less than 30 minutes to prepare this quick pasta dish with fresh salmon, tomatoes, and cream sauce, making it ideal for …Read more

It is really something to experience a tapestry of landscapes by the way a river runs through them… bringing water-giving life everywhere it flows.We are on a sacred journey following the …Read more

We are on a sacred journey to awaken the dream of regeneration for the entire Colorado Basin. In the first week, we met with people of the headwaters up in …Read more

Salad — Tuna Salad — Tuna Pasta SaladThis delightful salad is a quick and easy toss of delicate sea shell pasta, chopped lettuce, sliced scallions, canned tuna, peas and Cheddar cheese. Pour in your favorite …Read more

We are on a sacred journey to regenerate the Colorado River and all of her tributaries across the mountains and deserts of the Southwest. In the last few days, we …Read more

Imagine if regenerative efforts were organized around major landscape systemsTwo days ago, we visited where the Colorado River is born, as we embarked on a journey from headwaters in the …Read more

Yesterday we visited the birthplace of the mighty Colorado River… high up in Rocky Mountain National Park where it begins at La Poudre Pass. We came here with a sacred …Read more

Air Fryer — Air Fryer BBQ Onion RingsUse your air fryer to make these BBQ-flavored onion rings yourself without the extra grease of deep-fried onion rings. …Read more

For those of you following our trip to Regenerate the Colorado River Basin, there will be a series of community events that you can join if you happen to be …Read more

I recently wrote about developing my Script-Helper-001 (SH001) writing aid for movie screen writers in this essay. And once you make a tools there is the temptation to see what …Read more

Stews — Smoked Paprika Goulash for the Slow CookerThis beef stew has a rich, smoky flavor thanks to the smoked paprika. It can be prepared the day before and reheated because it cooks …Read more

We are inviting new members to join the Design School for Regenerating Earth at the affordable price of $5 per month. Just imagine it, you can learn how to heal …Read more

There has been a lot of discussion about “creativity” in ChatGPT and the Large Language Models (LLMs) that support them. I haven’t been very satisfied by these discussions , probably because …Read more

I want to talk about a topic that quietly resides in the shadows — yet has significant consequences in the world as time goes by. As a visible leader in the regenerative …Read more

Honeydew water, made with honeydew, water, vanilla, and lime juice, is a refreshing drink for hot summer days. …Read more

On May 19th, we embark upon a life-changing adventure to awaken the dream to regenerate the Colorado River Basin…The Colorado River is probably the most conflicted and challenging body of water …Read more

Quinoa Stuffing — Side DishQuinoa, butternut squash, zucchini, cranberries, and dried apricots add flavor and color to a pilaf-like dish that’s vegetarian and gluten-free. …Read more

Sharing my Spreadsheet For Calculating Ticket PricesPhoto by StellrWeb on UnsplashOne of the challenging things about running community events is how to manage the finances. If you’re hosting an event with an …Read more

When we opened the Design School for Regenerating Earth, our dream was to weave patterns of ecological and social restoration across entire landscapes — until they emerge as continental tapestries of regeneration. …Read more

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