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.

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Most recent 20 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

Most recent 15 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

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Darcia’s Homepage: Darcia on Twitter: The Evolved Nest: — Ressources mentioned in this episode: 📘 Neurobiology and the Development of Human Morality: Evolution, Culture and Wisdom by …Read more

View on Odysee: Submit your questions here: The Q & A section of the 99th live discussion between Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying on the DarkHorse Podcast. Our …Read more

Nonviolent direct action can bring the struggle out of the existing us-versus-them paradigms, and into a place where great change can happen. From the Insight meditation center-NYIMC 2020 #CharlesEisenstein​ #Inspiration​ …Read more

View on Odysee: Submit your questions here: In this 100th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss …Read more Josh brings a mastery of music in its most fundamental sense. I’ve personally benefitted from his insight, perhaps others will as well. …Read more

October 13th, 2021 Gerald, a philosophical practitioner and author of Doing Philosophy, visits The Stoa to discuss how we actually “do” philosophy. “First published in 2012, Doing Philosophy presents the …Read more

David Cayley is a broadcaster and author and perhaps the ‘godfather of podcasting’. He is best know known for documenting the philosophy of great thinkers of the 20th century, including …Read more

Why do some people see things that others don’t? Julia Galef believes that it’s because they’re using what she calls Scout Mindset. "It’s what allows you to recognize when you …Read more

In this six part series I am joined by John Vervaeke and Zachery Stein as we work towards generating a metapsychology that integrates the multiple domains of psychology as well …Read more

In this episode Gregg lays out the problem of psychology and we explore how it interweaves with the problematization of transformation. …Read more

In this episode we explore together the dimensions of spirit and soul within transformation. …Read more

This is the finale of the series in which we work together to tie it all together. …Read more

In this episode we move to directly address the normative dimension of transformation. John problematizes the is/ought distinction made famous by Hume, and then we wrestle with the postmodern predicament …Read more

In this third episode Zak takes centre stage and articulates the need for a interdisciplinary multi-level approach to understanding the mind and its inherently developmental nature. This helps to make …Read more

As a result of our biology and our society a degree of trauma exists in everyone, this trauma can lead to a fostered dependency on our existing systems. From the …Read more

My second conversation with Flip were we go deep into the the topic of the class he is teaching on Hegel. However we don’t just talk about Hegel’s thought but …Read more

My second conversation with Flip were we go deep into the the topic of the class he is teaching on Hegel. However we don’t just talk about Hegel’s thought but …Read more

October 12th, 2021 Luke Kemp, research associate at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, visits the Stoa to discuss the “Stomp Reflex” and a possible antidote towards it. …Read more

What does it mean to be a Bodhisattva in the 21st century? In the Buddhist tradition, a Bodhisattva is someone whose pursuit of enlightenment has become inseparable from the enlightenment …Read more

Lubomir’s film, In Shadow here – Watch it before listening to get the most from this talk and to witness what is a real masterpiece of mythic, artistic storytelling. …Read more

Garbage Day journalist and host of the Content Mines Podcast Ryan Broderick brings us up-to-date on the current state of meme play.🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explores how the World …Read more

Layman Pascal is an author, speaker, and body-mind-soul at large in the Integral and Metamodern scenes.  In this episode we dive into Layman’s ‘integration surplus’ model of spiritual practice. This …Read more

John Vervaeke speaks with Seishin and myself about the ecology of practices we are exploring in the Willow Intensive. This was originally recorded on The Stoa. This episode includes a …Read more

John Vervaeke joins Jim for the first of a four-part series examining the ideas put forward in Vervaeke’s popular YouTube series, Awakening from the Meaning Crisis. In this episode they focus on defining core concepts, …Read more

Welcome to a new episode of Post Progressive Inquiries, where my co-host Steve McIntosh and I talk with people who are co-creating the next stage of human development. Our guest …Read more

Zak Stein & Jim have a wide-ranging talk inspired by two recent Consilience Project essays on the information war & propaganda. They discuss the culture wars as a case of mutually assured destruction, …Read more

Here’s a special preview of Professor of Philosophy and Jewish Thought at the University of Denver Sarah Pessin’s live salon with Douglas Rushkoff from a special Team Human Salon live …Read more

Lene Rachel Andersen & Jim have a wide-ranging talk about the meaning of Bildung & the growing Bildung movement, inspired by last week’s Global Bildung Festival. They discuss easily transferable …Read more

New media artist, curator, writer, and creator of, Noor: A Brain Opera, the world’s first immersive interactive brain opera, Ellen Pearlman brings us where no machine can go: Into the …Read more

Jim has a wide-ranging talk with returning guest Robert Tercek about competing visions of the metaverse, centralized vs. decentralized models, the importance of interoperability standards, differences between VR & AR, …Read more

This Episode: Twitter: Web: Perspectiva Press: The Moves That Matter: Aeon: Metamodernism and the Perception of Context: Support The Side View: Patreon: PayPal: …Read more

I have studied, taught and practiced meditation for over 30 years. I consider meditation, arising in its endless variations, to be indispensable to spiritual development and I sing its praises …Read more

Here’s a special preview of The Yes Men’s Andy Bichlbaum in conversation with Rushkoff explaining how he was invited to return to Newsmax as “Paul Wolfowitz” — and what happened …Read more

Dr. Annie is back – she’s a psychologist and a women’s mountain bike coach and today we discuss the differences in socal conditioning in men and women that lead to …Read more

Daniel is a Toronto-based philosopher and productivity coach. He’s very thoughtful and he’s been on this show 3 times now; each of which are very insightful, engaging and earnest. In …Read more

Author of Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival and senior fellow-in-residence Post Carbon Institute fellow Richard Heinberg shares the simple truth that power has a lot less to do …Read more

Jim has a wide-ranging talk with evolutionary biologist Heather Heying about her & Bret Weinstein’s new book, A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century: Evolution and the Challenges of Modern Life. They discuss hyper-novelty & its …Read more

Gregg is a psychologist of the highest degree. He’s a deep thinker and has mapped out a profound understanding of existence. Today we talk about wisdom – what it is …Read more

Founding editor of High Frontiers, Reality Hackers, and Mondo 2000, R. U. Sirius and Douglas Rushkoff discuss Mondo 2000’s cultural influence, memes, and how to create a fool proof media …Read more

“My eyes are always tired” …”My eyes hurt” …”I’m having a hard time focusing” …”My eyes feel dry and irritated” …”Things look blurry”High amounts of screen time cause the body to give us vision- and …Read more

The vagus nerve could be likened to the queen of the parasympathetic nervous system — a.k.a. the “rest and digest” — so the more we can do things that “stimulate” or activate it, like …Read more

Originally Published on Parallax: reading on Medium » …Read more

IsYour Screen Time Behavior is Impacting Your Vision? 10 Clues.“My eyes are always tired” …”My eyes hurt” …”I’m having a hard time focusing” …”My eyes feel dry and irritated” …”Things look blurry”High amounts of screen time …Read more

It’s well established that meditation results in greater mental clarity and decreases stress. But can meditation make significant, actual changes to the brain? Yes. The studies referenced in this article …Read more

Help me build out C-LABSContinue reading on Our Future at Work » …Read more

In a recent twitter thread I talked about COVID and our policy response as a certain kind of problem that our existing mental models are…Continue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more

This post is just to let you know that I will be hosting, along with my good friends Owen Cox and Eskil Avelon, an educational gathering…Continue reading on Medium » …Read more

This article was written by Ed Prideaux (Twitter: @EdPrideaux) in collaboration with David Fuller. the last few months, there has been mounting controversy around claims that the anti-parasite drug ivermectin could …Read more

Democratizing Access To The Tools For TransformationIn the face of accelerating social and environmental breakdowns, how can we build our collective capacities for transformation to bring about a just, inclusive, …Read more

This article is a detailed investigation of the claims made around ivermectin and vaccine safety by Bret Weinstein, Heather Heying, and their guests on the Dark Horse podcast. It is …Read more

Ivermectin — For and Against, Briefing Document is a document to go alongside our new film, “Ivermectin for and against” (left). It was largely researched and written by Ed Prideaux.Over the last few …Read more

How a Strange Collision of Internet Memes, Unconscious Drives, and Historical Happenstance Is Shaping A New WorldContinue reading on Rebel Wisdom » …Read more

How action protocols reveal key choice points to solve wicked problemsContinue reading on The Concentrator Labs » …Read more

This is Rebel Wisdom’s Third Newsletter, largely written by Ed Prideaux. We release one every two weeks — to get it sent directly to you, click on our website and add your …Read more

Ten Lessons from Covid for Stepping into the Decade of TransformationIn 1989, a few months before the Berlin Wall would collapse, I was co-leading an international student group in a …Read more

Photo credit Bob ZuurA permaculture approach to landscaping your life!Have you ever felt like you were at a crossroads in your life? Or are you standing at one right now? And did …Read more

Invitation to members, contributors and invited guests/children/dependants**You are warmly invited to register by Sunday 6 June for this year’s retreat.Details:Venue: Riverslea Retreat Centre, 733 Otaki George Road, 5582 OtakiDate and time:From Friday 2 …Read more

May 10th, 2021A few years ago my mentor told me the following …There are no parents upstairs.He told me this during a great doubt in my life. Everything was so fucking complex, …Read more

And the continuing adventures of SOCIHi everyone. Last year (or maybe the year before), Medium censored one of my posts with effectively no explanation or process. So I no longer feel …Read more

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