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DeepTox

Maseh Hadaf

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Ancient wisdom. Rich story-telling. Fresh, uprooting ideas. The antidote to the shallowness out there. I’m Maseh Hadaf. This is DeepTox.

Latest Episodes

#11 To Exhale a Pandemic

EMaking sense of the Covid-19 Pandemic with a Sufic story from the 9th century, a philosophical concept, and some relatively ignored global health data.

19 MINAPR 28
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#11 To Exhale a Pandemic

#10 It’s Okay to Lose Yourself

EHow to be okay with losing yourself during transition periods and evolving from ideas about a static self. Touching on the Teachings of Don Juan on the four natural enemies on the path to becoming a person of knowledge.

20 MIN2019 APR 7
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#10 It’s Okay to Lose Yourself

#9 Storytelling

EThe magic of storytelling and its elements, through an original spoken word poem, "Sleeping in Kyiv." And a visualization that asks you how you storytell, within.

21 MIN2019 MAR 24
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#9 Storytelling

#8 What’s in the Travellin’ Man’s Briefcase?

EAfter re-locating to Kyiv, Ukraine for 6 months, I'm sharing what I've packed in my travellin' briefcase. What does responsible international development work look like? How do you avoid losing yourself? And how do you re-create who you want to be using a Vision, Mission, Objectives and a Day A/Day B framework?

32 MIN2019 MAR 3
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#8 What’s in the Travellin’ Man’s Briefcase?

#7 Mind the (Generational) Gap

EWhat is the Generational Gap and why does it hurt? How does it affect our decision-making? What does it mean to balance survival and self-actualization?

17 MIN2019 JAN 30
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#7 Mind the (Generational) Gap

#6 Viral Videos Objectify You Too

EHow do viral videos objectify the people in the video and you as the watcher? What aren't we asking when we form a conclusion from a sensationalized video? What does a 900-year old quote have to do with any of this? Using the MAGA-teens and Indigenous Elder confrontation, we'll be exploring some tools for vaccinating against viral videos: problematization, objectification, reactivity, and inner activism.

18 MIN2019 JAN 24
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#6 Viral Videos Objectify You Too

#5 Who’s Hijacking Your Mind?

ERemembering the value of our thoughts, and what we choose to think about. What or who controls your mindshare? How can we reclaim our thoughts using the principle of unlearning?

20 MIN2019 JAN 17
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#5 Who’s Hijacking Your Mind?

#4 I Am Going To Die.

EHow often do you think about your own death? Does our intellectual (mis)understanding of death push us further from a direct 'knowing' of it? How can we create differently by factoring the possibility of sudden death into the calculation of daily decisions?

26 MIN2019 JAN 9
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#4 I Am Going To Die.

#3 Social Justice or Social Mercy?

E“One of the last things man will surrender is his suffering” Ivanovich Gurdjieff How do we identify with our suffering, how do we let it go? Is our social justice rooted in our anger, shame, and fear? By letting go of suffering, can we move towards social mercy? Not just for others, but mercy for ourselves as well.

26 MIN2018 DEC 27
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#3 Social Justice or Social Mercy?

#2 Tearing Apart Personality. Wisdom of the Enneagram

EI’ll be exploring personality, what drives us, how our basic fears play into the patterns of our minds, the realm of the unconscious. I’ve come across the Enneagram, an ancient symbol that’s been applied to systematically help people like you and me discover our personalities, and most importantly, how to change them. I’ll also be sharing how to use the enneagram to create richer relationships with a partner, friends, and on teams. And the best part is, you don’t even have to take drugs.

40 MIN2018 DEC 19
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#2 Tearing Apart Personality. Wisdom of the Enneagram

Latest Episodes

#11 To Exhale a Pandemic

EMaking sense of the Covid-19 Pandemic with a Sufic story from the 9th century, a philosophical concept, and some relatively ignored global health data.

19 MINAPR 28
Comments
#11 To Exhale a Pandemic

#10 It’s Okay to Lose Yourself

EHow to be okay with losing yourself during transition periods and evolving from ideas about a static self. Touching on the Teachings of Don Juan on the four natural enemies on the path to becoming a person of knowledge.

20 MIN2019 APR 7
Comments
#10 It’s Okay to Lose Yourself

#9 Storytelling

EThe magic of storytelling and its elements, through an original spoken word poem, "Sleeping in Kyiv." And a visualization that asks you how you storytell, within.

21 MIN2019 MAR 24
Comments
#9 Storytelling

#8 What’s in the Travellin’ Man’s Briefcase?

EAfter re-locating to Kyiv, Ukraine for 6 months, I'm sharing what I've packed in my travellin' briefcase. What does responsible international development work look like? How do you avoid losing yourself? And how do you re-create who you want to be using a Vision, Mission, Objectives and a Day A/Day B framework?

32 MIN2019 MAR 3
Comments
#8 What’s in the Travellin’ Man’s Briefcase?

#7 Mind the (Generational) Gap

EWhat is the Generational Gap and why does it hurt? How does it affect our decision-making? What does it mean to balance survival and self-actualization?

17 MIN2019 JAN 30
Comments
#7 Mind the (Generational) Gap

#6 Viral Videos Objectify You Too

EHow do viral videos objectify the people in the video and you as the watcher? What aren't we asking when we form a conclusion from a sensationalized video? What does a 900-year old quote have to do with any of this? Using the MAGA-teens and Indigenous Elder confrontation, we'll be exploring some tools for vaccinating against viral videos: problematization, objectification, reactivity, and inner activism.

18 MIN2019 JAN 24
Comments
#6 Viral Videos Objectify You Too

#5 Who’s Hijacking Your Mind?

ERemembering the value of our thoughts, and what we choose to think about. What or who controls your mindshare? How can we reclaim our thoughts using the principle of unlearning?

20 MIN2019 JAN 17
Comments
#5 Who’s Hijacking Your Mind?

#4 I Am Going To Die.

EHow often do you think about your own death? Does our intellectual (mis)understanding of death push us further from a direct 'knowing' of it? How can we create differently by factoring the possibility of sudden death into the calculation of daily decisions?

26 MIN2019 JAN 9
Comments
#4 I Am Going To Die.

#3 Social Justice or Social Mercy?

E“One of the last things man will surrender is his suffering” Ivanovich Gurdjieff How do we identify with our suffering, how do we let it go? Is our social justice rooted in our anger, shame, and fear? By letting go of suffering, can we move towards social mercy? Not just for others, but mercy for ourselves as well.

26 MIN2018 DEC 27
Comments
#3 Social Justice or Social Mercy?

#2 Tearing Apart Personality. Wisdom of the Enneagram

EI’ll be exploring personality, what drives us, how our basic fears play into the patterns of our minds, the realm of the unconscious. I’ve come across the Enneagram, an ancient symbol that’s been applied to systematically help people like you and me discover our personalities, and most importantly, how to change them. I’ll also be sharing how to use the enneagram to create richer relationships with a partner, friends, and on teams. And the best part is, you don’t even have to take drugs.

40 MIN2018 DEC 19
Comments
#2 Tearing Apart Personality. Wisdom of the Enneagram
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