As our daily lives get disrupted and the larger systems that our society runs on begin to break under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is becoming increasingly important for all of us to practice resilience and sovereignty. Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties and...
This is the second livestream we did on March 13, on the second-order effects of COVID-19 on society, politics, and economy.
Joe Brewer's work is centered around regenerative cultures. He travels around the world, studying different practices that contribute to the regeneration of the environment and communities.
Author, teacher and philosopher Bonnitta Roy talks about group processes, ego deconstruction in groups, and evolving our spiritual capacities from past.
In this episode we are discussing what effects the COVID-19 pandemic is having on global systems, what societal changes and opportunities arise from it, and how individual can cope with this situation.
Writer, programmer and entrepreneur Derek Sivers on learning, growth, minimalism, breaking loyalties, and daily practices for increasing self-knowledge.
In the last part of our interview with Ken Wilber we discuss the potential flaws of Integral Theory and Integral movement, as well as the problem of charismatic leaders who have a lot of unchecked shadow material.
Philisopher Ken Wilber discusses useful practices for waking up, growing up, cleaning up and showing up for life, and the pros and cons of going through this process.
Ken Wilber talks about the Integral Theory, Greta Thunberg's climate activism, Jordan Peterson's awakening process, and moving to higher stages of human development to solve global issues.
John Vervaeke answers questions live in the first in a series of Q&As with Future Thinkers podcast guests.