In this episode we talk about our experiences with digital nomad lifestyle and how nomadism has shifted our perspectives on the world in the past six years.
Mike and Euvie discuss how to become more adaptive, and build mental flexibility as one of the most important skills to have in the world of future.
Mike and Euvie discuss the concepts of finite and infinite games from the book by James Carse, how to recognize which game we are playing, examples and practical applications in every area of life.
Dean Radin talks about how esoteric and magic traditions connect with modern studies of parapsychology, and the growing body of scientific evidence for what people think of as psychic phenomena.
Mike and Euvie discuss sovereignty of mind, how to test and alter your belief systems, and exercises that will help you build your own self sovereignty.
Jordan Greenhall explains deep code, the cycle of learning, re-examining the assumptions our world rests on, and the criteria for new civilization design.
Don Roberto talks about ayahuasca, shamanism, medicinal plants, soul retrieval, and how those relate to modern psychotherapy.
Daniel Schmachtenberger talks about the underlying generator functions of existential risks and how we can solve them.
Emmanuel Jal, former child soldier from South Sudan turned musician and activist, talks about mental resilience, sovereignty, and importance of storytelling.
David Katz, the founder of The Plastic Bank, talks about turning plastic waste into a currency, alleviating poverty, what it means to have self-sovereignty, and being the creator of your life.