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 15 Videos, Podcasts and Medium Posts

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Dr. Peter McCullough is an academic internist, cardiologist, and a trained epidemiologist located in Dallas, Texas. He speaks with Bret regarding what a wise response to Covid would look like. …Read more

Aubrey Marcus, founder of Onnit and author of Own the Day, Own Your Life: Optimized Practices for Waking, Working, Learning, Eating, Training, Playing, Sleeping, and Sex, visits The Stoa with …Read more

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay. Episode 57 What is the University? It’s the center of intellectual life in civilizations in the broad era we might call Modernity. And …Read more

— 📘 Resources mentioned in this episode 📘 — The 4 part Series on Propaganda: 📃 Part 1: It’s a MAD Information War: 📃 Part 2: WE DON’T MAKE …Read more

View on Odysee: Submit your questions here: The Q & A section of the 107th live discussion between Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying on the DarkHorse Podcast. Our book, …Read more

This is Rachel’s second visit to Voices with Vervaeke. Rachel is putting together an ecology of practices for a martial arts community. We get into dialogos about the role of …Read more

View on Odysee: In this 107th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world …Read more

Paul Kingsnorth is one of the most interesting voices wrestling with the deepest questions of modernity, religion and the spiritual void in western culture. A former pagan – and long …Read more

December 2nd, 2021 In the session, Ole Bjerg is joining us for a conversation about money. We shall be talking about money as a system that ties all of us …Read more

November 30th, 2021 Part 3: Adept at the new strategy for success. Slides: Robert Gilman from the Context Institute is our philosopher in residence for the month of November. …Read more

December 1st, 2021 This will be a follow-up dialogos about the Eros Unchained documentary The Stoa will premiere on December 1st @ 12 PM ET here: Alex Ebert, Patrick …Read more

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 56 The ideology that is most conveniently identified as "Wokeness" is much more accurately described by the phrase Identity Marxism. That is, …Read more

Alexander Bard: Alexander Bard is a Swedish author, lecturer, artist, songwriter, music producer, TV personality, philosopher and political activist, and one of the founders of the Syntheist movement along with …Read more

The bulk of humanity has unfulfilled needs, a big one being a lack of connections, connections to nature, to community. This drives us to seek out apparent solutions, but the …Read more

In our last event with Dr. Laura and Derek Cabrera, we explored the ways to integrate systems thinking into primary education, as a focused lens. However, that is only part …Read more

Why are we still obsessed with The Beatles, and is it healthy? Fifty years after they broke up, it seems that the mark they made on our culture has not …Read more

James Lindsay explains how Critical Social Justice misuses the term "Accountability." Learn more: Translations from the Wokish: Support New Discourses: Website: Follow: …Read more

November 29, 2021 Note: This presentation is an intro to Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit, a classic book in philosophy which will be further explored in full detail with the following …Read more

In this episode Mark Feenstra guides me through his ‘accompanying’ process. This process, which Mark has developed after 25 years of experimentation, is something like a systems collapse aware mixture …Read more

Here’s a preview of Douglas Rushkoff’s conversation cristian movila, founder of the original UNFINISHED festival and arts, culture, and technology gathering. Rushkoff explores his digital, cyberpunk roots.🌍 Become a contributing …Read more

Malcolm Ocean is a fellow Game B thinker – a title that we address right off the bat in this episode. We get into some really nice things – how …Read more

Jim talks with Henry Elkus and Sam Feinburg, founders of the global problem solving organization Helena. They discuss how Helena identifies society’s big problems, the group’s origin story, how they …Read more

On this podcast a couple weeks ago I explored “The Great Stage Theory Debate”, a controversy kicked off by a tweet from Nora Bateson that said that developmental theory is …Read more

Writer, lecturer, and musician David Zweig explores how we must embrace nuance in scientific arguments in order to break away from binary thinking — and, ultimately, earn public trust.🎙 In …Read more

Jim has a wide-ranging talk with neuroscientist Antonio Damasio about his latest book, Feeling & Knowing: Making Minds Conscious. They discuss the importance of separating intelligence from the nervous system, feeling …Read more

Schuyler is an embodiment and empathy coach. She’s a Yogini. She is very wise and is so much fun to talk to. We had an amazing time diving into what …Read more

Here’s a special preview of comedian Greg Barris in conversation with Doulgas Rushkoff. Rushkoff and Barris discuss Barris’ research into Immanuel Velikovsky’s theories of worlds in collision.🎟 You can see …Read more

AJ is a lighthearted shame educator and the author of Discomfortable, a book about getting more comfortable with shame and other uncomfortable emotions. This episode contains a big revelation for …Read more

John Vervaeke joins Jim for the final episode of a five-part series examining the ideas put forward in Vervaeke’s popular YouTube series, Awakening from the Meaning Crisis. They discuss relevance’s lack of essence, …Read more

Actor, writer, and media philosopher Ryan George helps us contend with the absurdity of our particular instance in the multiverse.🎙In his monologue, Rushkoff ponders what Mark Zuckerberg’s metaverse means for …Read more

Alex is the lead singer of Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros. He’s also an outspoken thinker on philosophy, spirituality, and he’s a keen cultural observer. He’s funny, he’s ecclectic …Read more

Jim has a timely discussion with geophysicist Dorian Abbot, whose public lecture was recently canceled by MIT—Jim’s alma mater—due to Dorian’s views on affirmative action. They discuss the (unrelated) scientific …Read more

Arran in a friend, and the host of The Golden Shadow Podcast. He returns to the show today to discuss everything about intimacy. What it really is, where it lives …Read more

Here’s a special preview of the panel “A Batter Web is Possible: How Do We Make it Happen?” featuring Founder of Cyber Collective Tazin Khan Norelius, Nonresident Senior Fellow at …Read more

John Vervaeke joins Jim for the fourth of a five-part series examining the ideas put forward in Vervaeke’s popular YouTube series, Awakening from the Meaning Crisis. They discuss Nietzsche as a prophet of the …Read more

Is developmental theory valid? Is it even moral? This is the gauntlet laid down by author Nora Bateson in a cheeky tweet that launched a thousand comments: Stage theory… Is …Read more

Jeff Salzman considers the question, what is it like to experience integral consciousness?  How does one feel, relate and function differently?  Also, letters from listeners.   The post Bite Size: …Read more

Race is seen differently at each developmental worldview. What might the integral version be?  Plus, a back-pocket thought experiment for race empathy. The post Bite Size Evolver: Racism through the …Read more

The term ‘hacker’ has its origins in computer programming subcultures from the ’60s, and was used to describe people who wanted to take on hard problems in a spirit of …Read more

What Are Nootropics?Nootropics are substances that enhance cognitive function and performance in healthy individuals. Nootropics do so by supporting and protecting, either directly or indirectly, the functional and structural status …Read more

As Neurohackers we are very interested in the science surrounding cold therapy as a tool to optimize health. In fact, if you asked around you’d quickly learn that cold therapy …Read more

What Is Glutamate?Glutamate is the most abundant neurotransmitter in our brain and central nervous system (CNS). It is involved in virtually every major excitatory brain function. While excitatory has a …Read more

Can Your Eyesight Affect Your Brain?The visual system, which controls eyesight, is the largest system in the brain and can directly affect many functions of thinking, memory and cognition. We acquire …Read more

Introduction to DopamineDopamine is one of the main neurotransmitters in the brain. It is most commonly recognized for its role in reward, motivation, and pleasure, but also plays a crucial part …Read more

Nora Bateson, President, International Bateson InstituteContinue reading on Medium » …Read more

Expressing gratitude as a technique to boost mental health and interpersonal relationships is not a New Age fad; it’s a facet of the human condition that reaps measurable benefits to …Read more

At Neurohacker our mission is to advance the human quality of life. We do that by supporting every element of human optimization and with skin being the largest organ in …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

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