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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A continued conversation between Sweeny, Bard, And Borders about religion, sex, and civilization. Max Borders is the author of The Social Singularity (2018) and The Decentralist (2021). His latest book …Read more

Forrest Maready is the author of “The Moth in the Iron Lung”, among other books. It tells a very different story of the Polio epidemic than the one you are …Read more

Full info and registration here: Welcome all to the very first Challange Lab run by Si. This one will be focused on the wicked challenge of how might we …Read more

The Dark Forest Collective: Yancey Strickler (Kickstarter/Metalabel) Venkatesh Rao (Ribbonfarm) Maggie Appleton Peter Limberg and Rebecca Fox (The Stoa) Joshua Citarella (Do Not Research) Arthur Röing Baer and GVN908 (Moving …Read more

Soulutions often do not exist within our dominant paradigms… …Read more

The fist reading and riff’N on Meister Eckhart’s sermons… —————————————————— 1on1 coaching with Guy: Drop in Thursday nights: Weekend circling intensive: Art of Circling: 7 stages …Read more

In two weeks I went from the height of my power, taking on Boris Johnson in the media, to shivering in my bed wanting to kill myself. Here’s what happened. …Read more

Alternative visions for social change rooted in the frameworks of capitalism and colonialism only reproduce contemporary structures of power. How can indigenous perspectives and knowledge inform the structural transformation necessary …Read more

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 88 Compliance can be extracted by tyrants from a population through a straightforward method of creating enmity between segments of the population. First, the population is …Read more

Why Does Value Matter? Part 1 | Dr. Marc Gafni #392B April 14, 2024 Join the ‘Planetary Awakening in Love Through Unique Self Symphonies.’ Register here for FREE: Dr. …Read more

The Evolution of Conscious Evolution: Celebrating Barbara Marx Hubbard My Evolutionary Whole Mate | Dr. Marc Gafni #392A April 14, 2024 Join the ‘Planetary Awakening in Love Through Unique Self …Read more

In this episode of “Voices with Vervaeke,” John Vervaeke, alongside Terri Dentry and Aspasia Karageorge, delves into the complex interplay between emotions, chronic pain, and the mechanisms of healing within …Read more

How do you get your copy📖? Available globally on Amazon and available in the U.S. at Amplify Dive into the first 5 chapters for FREE on the Center’s …Read more

In this 221st in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. …Read more

Andrew questions Marc about the famous Tree of Life and the ten Sephirot in Hebrew Kabbalah. An introduction and a radical interpretation. How can we rewrite the source code of …Read more

Watch the full 2 hour discussion here: The Umber stage, often overlooked in discussions of development, plays a critical role as a bridge between the Amber and Orange stages. …Read more

A real community is a gift economy… #SacredEconimics #GiftEconomy …Read more

“Albert Einstein understood the thinking that you’re a separate self in a success story, Albert Einstein called it an optical delusion of consciousness. What story am I in? I’m in …Read more

I caught up with John and Chris and explored John’s change of perspective from ‘the religion that is not a religion’ to the philosophical Silk Road. How do we create …Read more

Watch the full episode here: In today’s digital era, the infosphere is a vast and tumultuous sea of information, where news and data churn through the collective consciousness at …Read more

Author Joanne McNeil shares the inspiration for her new novel, Wrong Way, and the profound beauty of human connection.About Joanne McNeilJoanne McNeil is the author of the novel WRONG WAY …Read more

Jim talks with Robin Hanson about the ideas in his essay “Beware Cultural Drift: Thoughts on modernity’s monoculture mistake.” They discuss drift in fundamental cultural values, the current unprecedented rate of change, boutique …Read more

Dr. Julie Holland, Paul D. Miller (DJ Spooky), Ken Jordan, and Rushkoff discuss the psychedelic origins of the internet the way tech bros want to monopolize psychedelics as an industry. …Read more

Jim talks with Richard Bartlett about the ideas in his essay “What we learned from a 3-month co-living experiment.” They discuss Jim’s visit to a co-living house, community & its recent decline, …Read more

Jim talks with Robert Conan Ryan about seven ethical perspectives and why everyone should know them. They discuss why understanding ethical stances is valuable, a horseshoe spectrum, pragmatism, virtue ethics, …Read more

Jim talks with Matthew David Segall about the ideas in his and Bruce Damer’s new essay, “The Cosmological Context of the Origin of Life: Process Philosophy and the Hot Spring Hypothesis.” …Read more

Playing for Team Human today, it’s Team Human! Rushkoff responds to questions and comments submitted by Team Human members from our Discord server. It’s a test-drive of what we hope …Read more

Vance Crowe interviews Jim about how he maps the problem-space of current and future AI risk. They discuss the beginnings of AI, the era of broad AI, artificial general intelligence, …Read more

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Douglas Rushkoff shares why we need to distinguish between models and reality.🌍 You can support Team Human on Patreon to unlock access to a number of great perks including ad-free …Read more

Publisher of Evergreen Review and Author of The Fast John Oakes discusses history and biology of fasting at his book launch event in New York City. Recorded live at The …Read more

Jim talks with James Lindsay about the ideas in his recent essay “National Divorce Is National Suicide.” They discuss the meaning of a national divorce (where the United States would …Read more

John Churchill joins Daniel to discuss the relationship between Attachment Theory and the process of awakening. Weaving together strands from Buddhist psychology and developmental psychology, John describes the Bodhisattva path …Read more

Jim talks with Jonathan Rowson of Perspectiva about a new social practice they’re creating, the antidebate. They discuss the nature of debate, the spectacle of endemic polarization, why debate may …Read more

Artist, designer, technologist, writer, and Israeli peace activist, Mushon Zer-Aviv shows us why binary partisanship in the Israeli-Palstinian conflict hurts everyone, and what to do about.📕 Your Empathy is Killing …Read more

Jim talks with Jeremy Sherman about the ideas in his book Neither Ghost nor Machine: The Emergence and Nature of Selves. They discuss how Jim found Jeremy’s work, Jeremy’s relationship with …Read more

Jim talks with Stuart Kauffman about the ideas in the recent paper he co-authored with Andrea Roli, “Is the Emergence of Life an Expected Phase Transition in the Evolving Universe?” …Read more

Director of the Media Economies Design Lab and author of Governable Spaces: Democratic Design for Online Life., Nathan Schneider shows us how the styles of governance embedded in our online …Read more

Jim talks with Hannah Rosenberg about the ideas in her essay “An Answer to Red Pilldom.” They discuss the meaning & origins of red pilldom, how Hannah encountered red pilldom …Read more

Author of The One Device and Blood In The Machine:: The Origins of the Rebellion Against Big Tech Brian Merchant shares the lessons learned by the luddites, not an anti-technology …Read more

Something magical happened in the last week as Penny Heiple and I traveled through Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York. We found ourselves inside the dream of bioregional regeneration for …Read more

Last Thursday we had a very special work day in Bogota with members of Territoria, Paisano, Azai Consultores, and our new foundation Barichara Regenerativa to design a regeneration fund for …Read more is the video recording of our first webinar for the learning journey to regenerate bioregions that began earlier this week as part of the Design School for Regenerating Earth.People …Read more

En la Escuela para Regenerar la Tierra, estamos a punto de embarcarnos en un viaje de aprendizaje para crear una red planetaria de centros de aprendizaje biorregionales.Hemos desarrollado un marco …Read more

As scientists, medical practitioners, biohackers, and health-conscious creators we are deeply passionate about the latest studies and techniques to help optimize the quality of your life. When we find research …Read more

Last week, Penny Heiple and I went to Putumayo for a special gathering of territorial foundations from different parts of Colombia. We were among local organizing teams from Barichara, Bogota, …Read more

The main motivation for my hard line against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is that it is a gross breach of the strongest taboo in post-WWII international relations: the agreement to …Read more

Johan Galtung by Oberg PhotoGraphicsOn Saturday, February 17th, the Norwegian father of peace research as a science, Professor Johan Galtung, passed away in Oslo at the age of 93.After studying mathematics …Read more

At the Design School for Regenerating Earth, we are about to embark on a learning journey to birth a planetary network of bioregional learning centers.We have developed a framework for the …Read more

What is Akkermansia Good For?Akkermansia muciniphila (A. muciniphila) is a bacterial species that inhabits the human gut. A. muciniphila lives in the mucus layer that covers the intestinal wall, where it …Read more is a very special conversation that I had with Dr. Dan Longboat of the Turtle Clan in the Mohawk Nation. Together we explored “finding the third way” that brings …Read more

Can Paced Breathing Really Help You Sleep Better?As scientists, medical practitioners, biohackers, and health-conscious creators we are deeply passionate about the latest studies and techniques to help optimize the quality of …Read more

The children are helping regrow the forest next to the Barichara River…With special thanks to Oswaldo Escobar for guiding the kids through a process of making “seed bombs” filled with …Read more

It is the dead rivers that stir something deep within me…This one is the Paramera and it drains into the Barichara River. When I walk to these places, I am pondering …Read more

Yesterday we gathered with teachers, parents, and regenerative practitioners in the community who work with children. It is becoming more clear that we can begin a Waldorf model focused on …Read more

Image by Kelvy BirdAs the year draws to an end and we head into 2024, I feel the need to close the feedback loop between all the challenges of 2023 and …Read more

Read the article in Italian — in Traditional Chinese — in SpanishImage by Kelvy BirdAs the year draws to an end and we head into 2024, I feel the need to close the feedback loop between …Read more

Cellular senescence is a physiological process through which, in response to stress, cells stop dividing but don’t die. Some senescent cells linger indefinitely in tissues by upregulating pro-survival mechanisms called …Read more

Breakfast and Brunch — Ham — Savory PanettoneHomemade panettone is sliced and layered with tuna, olive tapenade, and ham to make this savory panettone sandwich sure to impress guests. …Read more

Joy’s Green Banana Salad — Vegetable Salada recipe I used to make with green bananas, sweet onions, and bacon in a vinegar dressing while I was living in Puerto Rico. My friends …Read more

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