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Awe in the Raw

Kate Lockhart Bestselling Author & Integral Coach

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Kate Lockhart Bestselling Author & Integral Coach

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This is Awe in the Raw, where the wild mind and nature mingle with cutting edge science and philosophy to celebrate an expansive future. Listen as host Kate Lockhart interviews the scientists, artists, and trailblazers who are discovering how we can live more happily connected to nature, ourselves, and each other. Come on in, the water’s fine.

Latest Episodes

5: The Museum of Awe Dwells within Us All Feat. David Delgado and Dan Goods

EToday we're talking to David Delgado and Dan Goods, founders of The Museum of Awe, which they describe as a playhouse of curiosity aimed to blow your mind. As Visual Strategists with The Studio at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, they draw on their art and design backgrounds to create experiences that activate people's imaginations and invite them to think more deeply about the questions that drive science and technology forward.However, they developed theMuseum of Awe outside of NASA to leave visitors feeling the gift and privilege of being alive. Key Points From This Episode: Understanding The Orbit Pavilion. The idea behind The Museum of Awe. The goal of having more questions asked as supposed to giving answers. The uninhibited curiosity of younger children as a mindset to strive for as the gateway to awe. Being apart of a way to change people for the better. How fear brings people closer together. Why old people that are still super curious are always the most fascinating people. Find...

60 MIN2017 OCT 15
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5: The Museum of Awe Dwells within Us All Feat. David Delgado and Dan Goods

4: In the Beginning a Big Bang Created the Heavens and the Earth feat Jakada Imani

EToday’s guest is Jakada Imani, a partner at The Management Center in Oakland, California, where he coaches nonprofit organizations all over the country to coach their leaders on best practices and management. Prior to that, he served as the Director of capacity building initiatives at the Center for Popular Democracy, was the director of Ignite Institute at the Pacific School of Religion and Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, where he launched an effort to reduce the US incarceration rate by 50 percent. He also serves on the Board of Compton Foundation and the OneLife Institute and is a member of Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples. On today’s episode we talk to Jakada about the dynamics between the black church and its community during the civil rights movement, which shifted the zeitgeist away from organized religion and even spirituality, that this affected modern-day issues of violence and disconnection, and how practicing awe and free will can ...

50 MIN2017 SEP 30
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4: In the Beginning a Big Bang Created the Heavens and the Earth feat Jakada Imani

3: Saving the World Requires a Worldview feat. Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, PhD

EOur guest today is Dr. Sean Esbjörn-Hargens. While his job title is not “Wizard”, he sure seems like one to me. You might remember last week when we heard about how awe can elevate us to a big-picture perspective that helps us make mind maps of complex relationships in the environment. The suggestion is that we could use this awe-induced state to transcend to a more sophisticated, globally-minded, prosocial approach to world problems. Now imagine someone who's taken on the job of helping world leaders do just that. As one of the world's leading experts on Integral Theory, he founded the field of Integral Ecology, and is CEO of the business consultancy MetaIntegral. Sean has published many articles on applying the integral model to a wide range of topics, including education, ecology, sustainable development, the science and religion debate, and consciousness studies. Tune in today as we dive deeper into the concepts of the integral theory, how it is applied to the study of ecolog...

68 MIN2017 SEP 23
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3: Saving the World Requires a Worldview feat. Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, PhD

2: Is Awe the Secret Sauce in Nature Connection feat. Dr. Michelle Shiota

EToday we talk to Dr. Michelle Shiota, Lab Director and Principal Investigator in the SPLAT Lab at Arizona State University. SPLAT stands for Shiota Psychophysiology Laboratory for Effective Testing. It’s a social psychology lab that conducts research on the nature an implications of human emotion, using a multi-method approach that integrates physiological, behavioral, cognitive, narrative and questionnaire measures of emotional responding. I wanted to know if awe has any connection to the healing benefits of nature? So it would make sense that Dr. Shiota be the right person to ask! Dr. Shiota received her BA in Communications from Stanford University and her PhD in Social-Personality Psychology from UC Berkeley. Her research is published in high impact journals, such as: Cognition and Emotion. Today, we discuss the physiological measures of awe and discover whether we can determine someone’s emotion from their physiology. An insightful episode about our body’s reaction to percep...

52 MIN2017 SEP 16
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2: Is Awe the Secret Sauce in Nature Connection feat. Dr. Michelle Shiota

1: Taking Congress Camping feat. Stacy Bare

EIn this week’s episode, we welcome Stacy Bare. Stacy is the Director of the Sierra Outdoor Club, a mountaineer, a climber and a skier and one of the most insightful, genuine people, I’ve had the privilege of talking with. Climbing helped Stacy recover from PTS and the readjustment issues he faced after a year in Baghdad in the army. Through the outdoors, he got the support he needed and founded Veterans Expeditions. Later he was promoted to Director of all of the Sierra Club’s outdoor programming.

56 MIN2017 SEP 9
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1: Taking Congress Camping feat. Stacy Bare
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Latest Episodes

5: The Museum of Awe Dwells within Us All Feat. David Delgado and Dan Goods

EToday we're talking to David Delgado and Dan Goods, founders of The Museum of Awe, which they describe as a playhouse of curiosity aimed to blow your mind. As Visual Strategists with The Studio at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab, they draw on their art and design backgrounds to create experiences that activate people's imaginations and invite them to think more deeply about the questions that drive science and technology forward.However, they developed theMuseum of Awe outside of NASA to leave visitors feeling the gift and privilege of being alive. Key Points From This Episode: Understanding The Orbit Pavilion. The idea behind The Museum of Awe. The goal of having more questions asked as supposed to giving answers. The uninhibited curiosity of younger children as a mindset to strive for as the gateway to awe. Being apart of a way to change people for the better. How fear brings people closer together. Why old people that are still super curious are always the most fascinating people. Find...

60 MIN2017 OCT 15
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5: The Museum of Awe Dwells within Us All Feat. David Delgado and Dan Goods

4: In the Beginning a Big Bang Created the Heavens and the Earth feat Jakada Imani

EToday’s guest is Jakada Imani, a partner at The Management Center in Oakland, California, where he coaches nonprofit organizations all over the country to coach their leaders on best practices and management. Prior to that, he served as the Director of capacity building initiatives at the Center for Popular Democracy, was the director of Ignite Institute at the Pacific School of Religion and Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, where he launched an effort to reduce the US incarceration rate by 50 percent. He also serves on the Board of Compton Foundation and the OneLife Institute and is a member of Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples. On today’s episode we talk to Jakada about the dynamics between the black church and its community during the civil rights movement, which shifted the zeitgeist away from organized religion and even spirituality, that this affected modern-day issues of violence and disconnection, and how practicing awe and free will can ...

50 MIN2017 SEP 30
Comments
4: In the Beginning a Big Bang Created the Heavens and the Earth feat Jakada Imani

3: Saving the World Requires a Worldview feat. Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, PhD

EOur guest today is Dr. Sean Esbjörn-Hargens. While his job title is not “Wizard”, he sure seems like one to me. You might remember last week when we heard about how awe can elevate us to a big-picture perspective that helps us make mind maps of complex relationships in the environment. The suggestion is that we could use this awe-induced state to transcend to a more sophisticated, globally-minded, prosocial approach to world problems. Now imagine someone who's taken on the job of helping world leaders do just that. As one of the world's leading experts on Integral Theory, he founded the field of Integral Ecology, and is CEO of the business consultancy MetaIntegral. Sean has published many articles on applying the integral model to a wide range of topics, including education, ecology, sustainable development, the science and religion debate, and consciousness studies. Tune in today as we dive deeper into the concepts of the integral theory, how it is applied to the study of ecolog...

68 MIN2017 SEP 23
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3: Saving the World Requires a Worldview feat. Sean Esbjorn-Hargens, PhD

2: Is Awe the Secret Sauce in Nature Connection feat. Dr. Michelle Shiota

EToday we talk to Dr. Michelle Shiota, Lab Director and Principal Investigator in the SPLAT Lab at Arizona State University. SPLAT stands for Shiota Psychophysiology Laboratory for Effective Testing. It’s a social psychology lab that conducts research on the nature an implications of human emotion, using a multi-method approach that integrates physiological, behavioral, cognitive, narrative and questionnaire measures of emotional responding. I wanted to know if awe has any connection to the healing benefits of nature? So it would make sense that Dr. Shiota be the right person to ask! Dr. Shiota received her BA in Communications from Stanford University and her PhD in Social-Personality Psychology from UC Berkeley. Her research is published in high impact journals, such as: Cognition and Emotion. Today, we discuss the physiological measures of awe and discover whether we can determine someone’s emotion from their physiology. An insightful episode about our body’s reaction to percep...

52 MIN2017 SEP 16
Comments
2: Is Awe the Secret Sauce in Nature Connection feat. Dr. Michelle Shiota

1: Taking Congress Camping feat. Stacy Bare

EIn this week’s episode, we welcome Stacy Bare. Stacy is the Director of the Sierra Outdoor Club, a mountaineer, a climber and a skier and one of the most insightful, genuine people, I’ve had the privilege of talking with. Climbing helped Stacy recover from PTS and the readjustment issues he faced after a year in Baghdad in the army. Through the outdoors, he got the support he needed and founded Veterans Expeditions. Later he was promoted to Director of all of the Sierra Club’s outdoor programming.

56 MIN2017 SEP 9
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1: Taking Congress Camping feat. Stacy Bare
the END
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