Playlist · by Logan Sowder
8 episodes, 7 hours 18 mins
We're told if the economy is growing, and if we keep producing, that's a good thing. But at what cost? This hour, TED speakers explore circular systems that regenerate and re-use what we already have. Guests include economist Kate Raworth, environmental activist Tristram Stuart, landscape architect Kate Orff, entrepreneur David Katz, and graphic designer Jessi Arrington.
Get ready for hybrid thinking | Ray Kurzweil
Two hundred million years ago, our mammal ancestors developed a new brain feature: the neocortex. This stamp-sized piece of tissue (wrapped around a brain the size of a walnut) is the key to what humanity has become. Now, futurist Ray Kurzweil suggests, we should get ready for the next big leap in brain power, as we tap into the computing power in the cloud.
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Episode 34: Tricia Eastman (Sacred Archeatypes in Modern Psychedelics)
Episode 34 of the MAPS Podcast is an all new interview with Tricia Eastman, a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance. Our conversation takes a look at the inquisitive psychedelic work she does in the deep corners of what's left of the worlds indigenous cultures. Because her work covers the globe I especially wanted to see what wisdom she brings back is applicable to the American experience. Her tales of mind expanding explorations in these cultures is a beautiful juxtaposition against the life we take for granted. Tricia is a fresh yet wise voice in the psychedelic community. I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I did. Intro topics: End of the year podcast with Rick Doblin, advertising on the MAPS podcast and psychedelic therapy career tracts. Tricia Eastman is a pioneer in the psychedelic renaissance. Eastman’s holistic approach incorporates eastern philosophy, bio-hacking, soul retrieval, archetypal mapping, meditation, somatic therapy, shamanism. As a medicine woman, she cur...
Duncan Autrey - Conflict Transformation and Resolution; Our Role to Play a Part in the Whole
Download In this episode, Joe interviews Duncan Autrey, a conflict transformation catalyst and educator. He runs a podcast, Fractal Friends, that covers topics of self-similarity across our diversity. During their conversation, Joe and Duncan discuss ways of resolving conflict in our relationships and society. 3 Key Points: Duncan Autrey is a conflict transformation educator, working for peace and cultural change. Conflict happens when one person wants to be heard so much that they stop listening to the other side. It is a product of living in a diverse world. We have more rights than we think we do when facing law enforcement. Support the show Patreon Leave us a review on iTunes Share us with your friends – favorite podcast, etc Join our Facebook group - Psychedelics Today group – Find the others and create community. Navigating Psychedelics Show Notes What is Conflict? Conflict is a product of living in a diverse world Conflict resolution is about how to get different perspectiv...
Hindu Lecture 9: The Goddess Traditions
Bringing our discussion of Hinduism to a close, we look at goddess traditions of India, looking first at Sarasvati and Lakshmi, then spend most of our time with the Mahadevi tradition, examining first the idea of shakti, and concluding by talking about Durga and Kali. Want to learn more? Go to: https://joshbertetta.wordpress.com/2015/04/15/hindu-lecture-9-goddess-tradition-new-video-format/
Hindu Lecture 6: Bhagavad Gita
Today's discussion concentrates on the Bhagavad Gita, picking up where we left off from last time. Beginning with discussing karma yoga and selfless service and how such relates to self-realization, we examine how the texts teachings act as a departure point from the prevailing Hindu philosophy as put forth in the Upanishads. From there we pause with Krishna's revelation to Arjuna on the battlefield and end our discussion by looking at the yogas and the way to salvation. Learn more at: https://joshbertetta.wordpress.com/2015/04/09/hindu-lecture-6-the-bhagavad-gita/
26: Kundalini Awakening with Bonnie Greenwell PhD
BonnieGreenwell Ph.D. is a transpersonal psychotherapist and non-dual teacher in the lineage of Adyashanti who specializes in kundalini awakening. She was a founder of the Kundalini Research Network in 1990 after publishing “Energies of Transformation: A Guide to the Kundalini Process”, based on her dissertation research. In 2015 she published “The Kundalini Guide” and “The Awakening Guide” based on 30 years experience advising and counselling people in a spiritual awakening process. Her latest book “When Spirit Leaps: Navigating the Process of Spiritual Awakening” was released by New Harbinger Press last June. Bonnie’s website: http://www.kundaliniguide.com
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