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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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There’s a Meta-Crisis in God. The Meta-Crisis in God is: She needs us. And it’s only when we realize that we’re needed by All-That-Is—that our Outrageous Acts of Love and …Read more

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives have taken over the country, reaching into every aspect of our work, school, and lives. What is “DEI,” though? New Discourses founder James Lindsay explains …Read more

In episode 66, Gregg welcomes Ethan Kobayashi-Hsieh. Ethan works at the intersection of actor training and 4E cognitive science. He is a Life Coach, Yoga Instructor and Bodywork Healer with …Read more

The Q & A section of the 167th live discussion between Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying on the DarkHorse Podcast. ***** Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century, …Read more

In this Daily Evolver I explore a variety of topics: A telling difference between green art and integral art – Learn more about Lost Birds by Christopher Tin here: …Read more

Submit questions for the second hour Q&A: ***** In this 167th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss …Read more

Tom and Andrew ramble about the Illiad, Archetypes, Gods, Individualism, ROTA, and the cure for the world. Somewhat it all belongs together. …Read more

Discover the profound wisdom of the Neo-Platonic Christian Tradition in this episode of After Socrates. Dive into the works of thinkers like St. Bonaventure, John Scotus Eriugena, and Nicholas of …Read more

A Zoroastrian, A Jew, and a Buddhist – The Mystic Orders along The Silk Road What happens when a Zoroastrian, a Jew, and a Buddhist get together and have a …Read more

Awakening as Homo Amor I Dr. Marc Gafni #336 March 19, 2023 Join us for our LIVE broadcasts, every Sunday at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern, 7pm Central European. Register to …Read more My two cents on the financial crisis, the USD and the Balaji thing. …Read more

Join us for a thought-provoking conversation between two Hugo award-winning science fiction authors, Becky Chambers and Annalee Newitz. Known for challenging classic science fiction tropes such as war, violence, and …Read more

What is the great act of love? What is the Outrageous Act of Love of the 𝘐𝘯𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘪𝘵𝘦 𝘐𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘮𝘢𝘵𝘦? Of the name of God? Of the Divine? So here is the …Read more

New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 42 There’s an abusive tactic commonly used by abusers, both intentionally and unintentionally, that goes by the name “DARVO.” DARVO is an acronym that means “Deny, …Read more A deep dive into AI/AGI LLMs egragores and how we (humans) might respond to the events that we are currently faced with. …Read more

Awakening as Homo Amor I Dr. Marc Gafni #336 March 19, 2023 Join us for our LIVE broadcasts, every Sunday at 10am Pacific, 1pm Eastern, 7pm Central European. Register to …Read more

In this podcast episode, John and guest Jack Visnjic, also known as Lantern Jack, discuss various aspects of stoicism, Jack’s book on the subject, and the relevance of stoicism in …Read more

Why write? Well… Rich claims that it can refine your thinking, increase chances for awesome invitations, and create impact in the world. In this conversation we explore different facets of …Read more Talking about the “semiotic essence” and path dependency of this new phenomenon. …Read more

This is a conversation between two network founders, Charles Eisenstein and Zach Bush, to make an alliance of the two networks: A New and Ancient Story and Farmer’s Footprint networks. …Read more

Jim talks with Shivanshu Purohit about the world of open-source AI models and a significant open-source LLM coming soon from Stability AI and EleutherAI. They discuss the reasons for creating …Read more

Jim talks with recurring guest Forrest Landry about his arguments that continued AI development poses certain catastrophic risk to humanity. They discuss AI versus advanced planning systems (APS), the release …Read more

Executive Director of the Economic Hardship Reporting Project and author of Bootstrapped: Liberating Ourselves from the American Dream Alissa Quart helps us dispel the myth of the self-made man once …Read more

Jim talks with Monica Anderson about her paper “Bubble City Design Proposal: A Twitter Alternative Which Is Not a Social Medium.” They discuss the origins of the Bubble City idea, its architecture, quenching …Read more

Jim has a wide-ranging conversation with Jonny Miller about self-development and emotional resilience. They discuss being a natural human, self-help as deconditioning, self-unfoldment, ecologies of practices, giving power back to the …Read more

Jim talks with Mirta Galesic about the ideas in her co-authored paper “Stewardship of Global Collective Behavior.” They discuss the meaning of collective behavior, a crisis in network structures, the …Read more

Playing for Team Human today, it’s Team Human! Douglas Rushkoff hosts the sixth Team Human call-in show from the community Discord server. This show was recorded on Friday, February 17, 2023.Rushkoff …Read more

Alex Ebert is the front man of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes. He’s also a writer and philosopher. We’re becoming friends. After this recording, we talked for another two …Read more

Jim talks with Lynne Kiesling about the electrical grid and what could and should change in its architecture in the years to come. They discuss electricity as a product, the …Read more

Jim talks with Joscha Bach about current and future developments in the generative AI space. They discuss the skepticism of the press, small productive applications, questions about intellectual property rights, …Read more

Jim talks with Gregg Henriques in the third and final part of a series on his book A New Synthesis for Solving the Problem of Psychology: Addressing the Enlightenment Gap. They …Read more

Journalist, Tea Pub operator, and Founder of SolarPunk Stories Alex Holland helps us learn to tell better and more constructive stories about our collective future.🎙 In his monologue, Rushkoff explains …Read more

Jim talks with Dan Shipper about practical uses of GPT-3 and ChatGPT at the personal scale. They discuss how Dan started playing with these tools, the feeling of new generative …Read more

Jim talks with Anil Seth about his book Being You: A New Science of Consciousness. They discuss the curious non-experience of general anesthesia, defining consciousness, the difference between consciousness & intelligence, …Read more

Jim talks with Gregg Henriques in part two of a series on his book A New Synthesis for Solving the Problem of Psychology: Addressing the Enlightenment Gap. They discuss limitations of …Read more

The map of humanity isn’t settled — not now, not ever. In the 60,000 years since people began spreading across the continents, a recurring feature of human civilization has been …Read more

Co-founder of the Commons Stack and Token Engineering researcher at BlockScience Jeff Emmett tells us about the wonders of mycelia – and why we may all want to start considering …Read more

Jim talks with Gregg Henriques about his book A New Synthesis for Solving the Problem of Psychology: Addressing the Enlightenment Gap. They discuss the book’s audacious attempt to explain the universe, …Read more

Psychedelics and other mind-altering substances have been used for thousands of years across the world in religious, spiritual, celebratory, and healing contexts. Despite a half century of a “War on …Read more

Organizer, The Connector journalist, and author of The Big Disconnect Micah Sifry helps us evaluate how directly we need to be involved in political activism to keep democracy sustainable.🎙 In …Read more

The living systems of Earth are already interwoven. This simple truth should have profound consequences for how we as humans organize ourselves across the landscapes of our precious home planet. …Read more

Casseroles — Rich Mexican CornThis recipe came from my step-mom in Dallas, Texas. They like it hot so they put in a few extra jalapenos. …Read more

Easy Grilled Lemon Chicken — Meat and Poultry — Chicken BreastLemon juice, ground ginger, and soy sauce are the base for this easy, made-in-minutes marinade that’s a perfect enhancement for grilled, boneless chicken breasts. …Read more

Soup — Six Can Chicken Tortilla SoupThis easy chicken tortilla soup recipe uses cans of corn, chicken broth, black beans, chunk chicken, and tomatoes for a quick and tasty hot dinner. …Read more

Reflections on my conversation with Andrew CohenContinue reading on Medium » …Read more

Grilled Greek Potatoes — PotatoSeasoned with lemon juice, garlic, and Greek seasoning, these grilled potatoes will be a hit at your next cookout. …Read more

Yesterday I was scrolling twitter, and saw someone shared a clip from your Roseland NYC video. I didn’t even have the sound on, just recognised the picture, and immediately my …Read more

Everything is connected. This simple truth has profound consequences. It should be obvious that all knowledge is connected too — though this is clearly not the case. Simply look at any course …Read more

Autophagy is a natural process in the body that helps to clean up and recycle cellular waste, providing a variety of health benefits. Natural autophagy has been linked to healthy …Read more

Gin Drinks — Bee’s Knees CocktailThis gin cocktail is slightly sweet, slightly citrusy, and entirely cool. …Read more

Vegetable Salad — Fiesta OnionsOnion lovers will love this salad! …Read more

Cookies — Oatmeal Buttermilk CookiesSpicy oatmeal cookies with the tangy zip of buttermilk. …Read more

Aunt Carol’s Spinach and Fish Bake — SeafoodSimple, easy fish recipe. Any white fish will do! And even the kids will eat up the spinach! (My four year old loves this dish!) …Read more

Double Chocolate Cheesecake — Desserts — CheesecakeThis rich, creamy cheesecake has a lot of chocolate flavor thanks to cocoa and chocolate chips. …Read more

When you want something different from your burgers, add soy sauce, ginger, and garlic to make turkey burgers taste like they are from Asia. …Read more

The Bastei Bridge in Saxon Switzerland, Germany …Read more

This dish of eggs au gratin with vegetables and feta cheese is excellent for brunch, lunch, or breakfast. …Read more

Kaangrian Falls near Burgos, Ilocos Norte, Philippines …Read more

Swallows Nest Castle, Ukraine …Read more

This article is an invitation into the Design School for Regenerating Earth.People all over the world are gathering to learn how to restore landscapes, collaborate to achieve systemic outcomes, and …Read more

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