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.
How getting defensive and identifying with our ideas, roles and groups, prevents us from communicating, collaborating, and relating better to others.
We’re nearly 8 billion people on the planet, facing some major social, political, economic and environmental problems. Many of us want to do something about it but we feel stuck and unsure of what to do. We’re struggling to find the right action to take on issues like conflict,...
Dr. Dayna Baumeister talks about biomimicry, and how we can learn from nature to be more resilient, self-sustainable, and raise better adapted kids.
From mass shootings and mental illness epidemic to the anger of climate change protests, Joker is a potent commentary on the Western world.
Nora Bateson on the complexity of understanding climate change, what sense-making really means, warm data, chaos & order, and what we really need for social & cultural change.
Jim Rutt discusses the concept of Game B, network attractors in complex systems like human society, and how to prepare for potential collapse scenarios.