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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The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 76 Critical Education Theory Series, Part 12 This episode of the New Discourses Podcast continues into a second part a long miniseries …Read more

Sandra, Daniel and I go VERY DEEP into faith as a virtue. This was almost psychedelic! Dialogos & Circling course with John Vervaeke July 9-10: https://circlinginstitute.com/circling-dialogos/ Weekend circling intensive Jun …Read more

Our third video in this series where we explore the practice of Dialectic into Dialogos ————- 1on1 coaching with Guy: guysengstock@gmail.com Drop in Thursday nights: https://circlinginstitute.com/drop-in-circling-night/ Weekend circling intensive: https://circlinginstitute.com/weekend-intensives/ …Read more

A Parallax Media Academy Dialogue hosted by Owen Cox and Andrew Sweeny …Read more

A Parallax Media Academy presentation …Read more

Frances Fukuyama is one of our most prominent political philosophers. He is famous for his argument that liberal democracy and free-market capitalism represent “the end of history,” a thesis widely …Read more

Personal goals need a long-term strategy too. Dorie Clark offers concrete practices to sharpen strategic thinking and incorporate a long-term perspective within a personal time scale. By reorienting ourselves to …Read more

How do you control the Bull on Wall Street? Simple: you put a ring through its nose. The name of that ring is ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance scoring for …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

May 11th, 2022 This session clarifies the limits of the self-improvement paradigm & how to complement it with self-unfoldment. Laying the groundwork, showing that with the foregrounding of the Metacrisis …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

Corey and Ryan take a look at the major stages of human development, using a series of 33 video games in order to illustrate the qualities and characteristics of each …Read more

The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 75 Critical Education Theory Series, Part 11 This episode of the New Discourses Podcast continues into a second part a long miniseries …Read more

Frances Fukuyama is one of our most prominent political philosophers. He is famous for his argument that liberal democracy and free-market capitalism represent “the end of history,” a thesis widely …Read more

We always knew but now we know. The tech elite mean to leave us all behind. Tune in for a special announcement from Rushkoff about his new book, Survival of the …Read more

Jim talks with James Poulos about the ideas in his new book Human Forever: The Spiritual Politics of Digital War. They discuss his decision to publish the book on the blockchain, …Read more

Postdoctoral Scholar in Bioethics at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Neşe Devenot and Managing Editor of Psymposia David Nickles help us evaluate the current psychedelic renaissance, as …Read more

In this episode, Jim Rutt is a guest on his own show! He’s interviewed by Stephanie Lepp about the ideas in his Quillette essay “Musk and Moderation.” They discuss where things stand with …Read more

Sometimes in our psychological development the way forward requires us to go back, to re-explore earlier stages of life to see what is distorted or left unintegrated. This is the …Read more

How can we come to understand the human propensity to organize chaotic experiences into narrative, and our tendency to mistake our narratives for reality? Rushkoff explores in a talk originally …Read more

This week I address a listener’s question about a fascinating subculture arising in the environmental movement: the “post-doomers”, people who, as she writes, “hold the idea that the collapse of …Read more

This is an interview that I did with Tim Stewart, for his “Mountain Whispers Podcast – Conversations on the deeper lessons we learn from the outdoors”. I spoke on a …Read more

Writer, researcher, and curator at Advaya Hannah Close helps to bring us from mere reciprocity to true kinship.🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff discusses how haggling holds us all together.📰 Read …Read more

Jim has a second talk with Iain McGilchrist about the ideas in his book The Matter With Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World. They discuss whether …Read more

In this episode fellow Monastic Academy resident Ellen McSweeney and I explore the relationship between Circling and Soulmaking in an attempt to make sense of the experience we shared co-facilitating …Read more

My guest today, Steve Banks, is an accomplished, integrally-inspired composer who is about to drop a fantastic new piece of music that is both classical and cutting edge. It’s called …Read more

How can we view Judaism as less of a religion and more of an approach to media and society? Rushkoff explains in an interview originally recorded April 2002. From KAOS …Read more

Jim talks with Nora Bateson about ecologies of communication and the value of earnestness. They discuss simple irony, dramatic irony, post-irony, & meta-irony; irony & the ecology of communication, the …Read more

Today I’m talking with David Fuller, one of the emerging luminaries of the emerging emergence movement (whew!). David, along with his partner Alexander Beiner, founded Rebel Wisdom four years ago, …Read more

Founder and Director of Longpath and author of the upcoming book, Longpath: Becoming the Great Ancestors Our Future Needs, Ari Wallach discusses the fundamentally human need to belong, and how …Read more

Jim talks with Iain McGilchrist about his new book, The Matter With Things: Our Brains, Our Delusions, and the Unmaking of the World. They discuss issues created by having one word …Read more

Alex is the lead of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros. Daniel is the Head of Curriculum at the Monastic Academy in Vermont. I got these two together to jam …Read more

In this episode of the Shrink and the Pundit, Dr. Keith Witt and I discuss a powerful realization emerging at the leading edge of culture regarding the role of trauma …Read more

This post was originally published here on betterworktogether.co. Stay in touch as we curate and share tools, methods and stories from the frontiers of collaboration and organisation building at https://do.betterworktogether.co/Back …Read more

Taking Turns at the Edge of the Paradigm Shifthttps://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2019/03-Mar-19/LSE-unveils-new-sculpture-by-Mark-WallingerContents:- Introduction: A Metamodern Left Turn- Political Left Overton Window- Metamodern (Re-)Orientation- The Cosmopolitan Socialist Left- An Acid Trip down Memory (Hole) Lane- …Read more

Taking Turns at the Edge of the Paradigm Shifthttps://www.lse.ac.uk/News/Latest-news-from-LSE/2019/03-Mar-19/LSE-unveils-new-sculpture-by-Mark-WallingerContents:- Introduction: A Metamodern Left Turn- Political Left Overton Window- Metamodern (Re-)Orientation- The Cosmopolitan Socialist Left- An Acid Trip down Memory (Hole) Lane- …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

Aaron Alexander, author of The Align Method, joins us today to explore the power and the science of the brain-body connection.How the Brain-Body Connection WorksMovement is literally an expression of …Read more

People Need Peopleto-gather. (photo n.bateson)Nora Bateson 2022“We have been lost to each other for so long. My name means nothing to you. My memory is dust.This is not your fault, or mine.” — Anita …Read more

“That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” It turns out Nietzsche was right, at least when it comes to our adaptive stress response. Our bodies thrive on short-term …Read more

​​Putin and the Power of Collective Action from Shared Awareness — Part 2: The Social Grammar of CreationA 10-Point Meditation on Our Current MomentRead the translation into FrenchAs the reckless attacks and crimes against the …Read more

Putin and the Power of Collective Action from Shared Awareness: A 12-Point Meditation on Our Current MomentPart I: The Social Grammar of DestructionIn this blog, I invite you to join me …Read more

Doing Change in Trying TimesGirolamo da Carpi — Opportunity and Remorse (1541)*This article was originally published as Chapter 10 in Dispatches from a Time Between Worlds (June, 2021). It is duplicated here to make …Read more

Doing Change in Trying TimesGirolamo da Carpi — Opportunity and Remorse (1541)*This article was originally published as Chapter 10 in Dispatches from a Time Between Worlds (June, 2021). It is duplicated here to make …Read more

Scientists have long suspected that the relative abundance of specific nutrients affects cognitive processes and emotions. Research now confirms influences of dietary factors on brain function, synaptic plasticity, and mental …Read more

Reading is a powerful tool to expand the mind. A good book can light us up on every level: mind, body, and spirit. Reading can even act as a digital …Read more

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Heart rate variability is an evaluator of how your body is recovering from stress and of overall fitness. Heart rate variability is also a metric of our well-being. The Elite …Read more

Five favorite hacks of Neurohackers to up-level your mental energy.What is a Neurohacker?A Neurohacker is generally considered to be someone who takes command of their neurology with sophistication. They do this …Read more

The new AlchemistsWe have reached a long awaited point in the unfolding evolution of the Bitcoin/blockchain/crypto/Web3 (“Web3”) ecosystem: the DAO moment.In its simplest form, the DAO moment is the point at …Read more

The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, “stress” must be …Read more

Today Jake Kreuz, founder of Vital Red Light, is here to help us better understand how to use red light therapy to biohack our health using photobiomodulation.The Science Behind Red …Read more

How Our Second Brain Affects Mood, Immune Function, and CognitionYour gut is home to trillions of bacteria and other microbes that communicate with your brain. This communication occurs in large …Read more

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