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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Dec 22

Hey folks, welcome back to The Daily Evolver! It’s good to be with you again. Today’s episode was initiated by my Integral colleagues, Nomali Perera and Lee Mason of Practical Integral, who invited me to share my thoughts at the end of another year in the human adventure. The integral lens reveals a fundamental force in cultural development: the struggle between worldviews. In 2022 we saw this struggle play out in a geopolitical context, with the events in Ukraine, China and Iran. We saw it within our culture through the battles over covid, gender and race. And we can experience

Hey folks, welcome back to The Daily Evolver! It’s good to be with you again. Today’s episode was initiated by my Integral colleagues, Nomali Perera and Lee Mason of Practical Integral, who invited me to share my thoughts at the end of another year in the human adventure. The integral lens reveals a fundamental force in cultural development: the struggle


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jul 22

In this clip is a response to a question Jeff Salzman received from listener Kathleen on the human dynamics of whether we care more for others who resemble us. This is a BiteSize clip from the full video that can be viewed here. The post People Who Look Like Me (6 minutes): A BiteSize Evolver appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

In this clip is a response to a question Jeff Salzman received from listener Kathleen on the human dynamics of whether we care more for others who resemble us. This is a BiteSize clip from the full video that can be viewed here. The post People Who Look Like Me (6 minutes): A BiteSize Evolver appeared first on The Daily


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Jul 22

In this clip is a response to a question Jeff Salzman received from listener Kathleen on the human dynamics of whether we care more for others who resemble us. This is a BiteSize clip from the full video that can be viewed here. The post People Who Look Like Me (6 minutes): A BiteSize Evolver appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

In this clip is a response to a question Jeff Salzman received from listener Kathleen on the human dynamics of whether we care more for others who resemble us. This is a BiteSize clip from the full video that can be viewed here. The post People Who Look Like Me (6 minutes): A BiteSize Evolver appeared first on The Daily


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jun 22

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ‚Äúpolitical will problem‚ÄĚ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ‚ÄúPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective well-being, which is why we can no longer indulge in the idealistic fantasy that America‚Äôs economy and energy systems can be immediately and radically transformed. Some prominent progressive voices are calling for the overthrow of capitalism, but this kind of

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ‚Äúpolitical will problem‚ÄĚ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ‚ÄúPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jun 22

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ‚Äúpolitical will problem‚ÄĚ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ‚ÄúPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective well-being, which is why we can no longer indulge in the idealistic fantasy that America‚Äôs economy and energy systems can be immediately and radically transformed. Some prominent progressive voices are calling for the overthrow of capitalism, but this kind of

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ‚Äúpolitical will problem‚ÄĚ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ‚ÄúPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 May 22

Hey folks, This week I want to share one of my favorite conversations with two of my favorite people: John Dupuy and Roger Walsh. John and Roger invited me on their wonderful podcast, ‚ÄúDeep Transformation‚ÄĚ, to talk about how the developmental view helps us explain – and befriend – our crazy, mixed-up world. We has such a good time talking and I trust you‚Äôll enjoy listening in!   The post Polarization, Being Woke, the Universal Agenda, Mindfulness Going Bad, and the Integral Vision appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

Hey folks, This week I want to share one of my favorite conversations with two of my favorite people: John Dupuy and Roger Walsh. John and Roger invited me on their wonderful podcast, ‚ÄúDeep Transformation‚ÄĚ, to talk about how the developmental view helps us explain – and befriend – our crazy, mixed-up world. We has such a good time talking


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Mar 22

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 in our lives. Dr. Keith is writing a book on the subject and has mined various psychotherapeutic modalities to create an integral approach to using trauma as a portal to health and higher consciousness. In our wide-ranging conversation we address: Trauma and resilience as forms of memory * The differences – and similarities – between ongoing trauma and ‚Äúmajor event‚ÄĚ traumas such as accidents, violence and illness * Trauma through

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 in our lives. Dr. Keith is writing a book on the subject and has mined various psychotherapeutic modalities to create an integral approach to using trauma as a portal to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Mar 22

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 in our lives. Dr. Keith is writing a book on the subject and has mined various psychotherapeutic modalities to create an integral approach to using trauma as a portal to health and higher consciousness. In our wide-ranging conversation we address: Trauma and resilience as forms of memory * The differences – and similarities – between ongoing trauma and ‚Äúmajor event‚ÄĚ traumas such as accidents, violence and illness * Trauma through

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 in our lives. Dr. Keith is writing a book on the subject and has mined various psychotherapeutic modalities to create an integral approach to using trauma as a portal to


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Mar 22

Thoughts and prayers are not enough. However, sometimes everything and anything helps. Long-time integral teacher and coach Nomali Perera leads us through the Buddhist practice of ‚Äúexchanging self for other.‚ÄĚ In so doing we are able to contact the suffering in non-local space, and bring wisdom, courage and compassion to all who need it. She led this meditation at a recent event at Integral Life for Ukraine, which was not recorded. I asked her to record this for the Daily Evolver. Check it out here. During the original event at Integral Life for Ukraine, Nomali also shared a list of

Thoughts and prayers are not enough. However, sometimes everything and anything helps. Long-time integral teacher and coach Nomali Perera leads us through the Buddhist practice of ‚Äúexchanging self for other.‚ÄĚ In so doing we are able to contact the suffering in non-local space, and bring wisdom, courage and compassion to all who need it. She led this meditation at a


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Jan 22

Today I am joined by my dear friend and colleague, Diane Musho Hamilton, to honor our brother-in-arms, Terry Patten, who recently passed away at the age of 70. Terry was beloved by many in the Integral community, and Diane and I had the privilege to teach and work with him for nearly 20 years. As Diane recounts, Terry was ‚Äúthe consummate integralist‚ÄĚ, awake to his own mind, body and spirit, and dedicated to the wellbeing of all: family, friends and the world at large. I think of him as Integral‚Äôs ‚ÄúZorba the Greek‚ÄĚ, whose warmth, laugh and sheer ecstatic transmission

Today I am joined by my dear friend and colleague, Diane Musho Hamilton, to honor our brother-in-arms, Terry Patten, who recently passed away at the age of 70. Terry was beloved by many in the Integral community, and Diane and I had the privilege to teach and work with him for nearly 20 years. As Diane recounts, Terry was “the


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