Joe Brewer of the Center For Applied Cultural Evolution discusses evolutionary transition, modern rites of passage, and designing a regenerative culture.
Mike and Euvie discuss why it's useful to deconstruct your identity and detach it from the categories of gender, class, culture etc, and how it can be done.
Mike and Euvie are discussing the concept of "adulting", why it's relevant today, and why we need to develop meta-skills to adapt to the future.
Mike and Euvie discuss the emergence of collective intelligence, meme tribes, and the possibility of building an optimal omni-thrive collective system.
Alex Gladstein of Human Rights Foundation discusses the future of governance, internet and money, and the role of anti-authoritarian technologies in that future
Kevin Kelly, the author of The Inevitable, talks about what technology wants, consciousness of AI, and why we should be optimistic about the future.
Duncan Trussell is back on the show to talk about evolving collective cooperation, spiritual practices and fundamental goodness of the universe.
Charles Eisenstein, author of "Sacred Economics" and "Climate: A New Story" talks about changing the current climate narrative and introducing gift economy.
In the last episode of this series, we explore the archetypes of The Witch and The Queen, and practical ways to evoke different archetypes in our psyche.
Mike and Euvie explore the feminine archetype of The Lover, its full and shadow expressions, and interepretations throughout history, culture and society.