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Commune is a podcast where we explore the ideas and practices that bring us together and help us live healthy, purpose-filled lives. We believe personal and societal health are two sides of the same coin, and that cultivating personal wellness is the first step toward making the world well. We connect with experts, scientists, and storytellers around food, health, social impact, mindfulness and movement practices, personal growth, and environmental action. In addition to being a podcast, Commune is also an online course platform where thousands of participants take each course together, day-by-day, for free. We then provide social tools that empower participants to form local action groups and implement their new knowledge in their communities.
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Commusings: The Rona

Commusings: The Rona

2020-10-1819:30

Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today’s episode describes Jeff’s madcap adventure at a wellness conference that led to his contraction of COVID-19. And how we need to step outside the political invective if we hope to solve the crisis of the pandemic. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
A native of New Milford, Pennsylvania, author Ash Ambirge often serves as a translator, of sorts, between the languages of “rural America” and “coastal elite America.” In this conversation, Jeff and Ash discuss the hidden human needs behind voters’ embrace of Trump, and how mutual understanding can offer a path to a more productive conversation. You can read Ash’s essays that inspired this podcast at themiddlefingerproject.org. We've gone ad free! Support the Commune podcast here: https://www.onecommune.com/support
Seane Corn is a yoga teacher and passionate political activist who believes social issues cannot be separated from yoga and spirituality. Today we discuss how she is using her platform in an explicitly non-neutral and political manner as well as the emergence of QAnon within the wellness community and her outspoken efforts to dispel it. This show is brought to you by: Mixfit Inc
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today’s episode beckons us to find a middle way between the extremes that are dominating the social discourse while also providing a little comic relief after another frenetic week in America. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
Judge Vaughn R. Walker served as a U.S. District Judge from 1989 to 2011, and while he was nominated by two Republican presidents, he also presided over many progressive decisions, including the case that paved the way for the legalization of gay marriage. Today’s show is part civics lesson and part reassurance in the resilience of our democratic institutions. We discuss the court as a remaining bastion for thoughtful discourse, and, of course, the impact of Justice Ginsburg’s death on the future of the Supreme Court. This show is made possible by: LinkedIn Banyan Botanicals
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today’s episode, inspired by a recent addition to the Krasno family, is called Small Is Beautiful. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
Jules Evans is a prolific philosopher who writes on a wide variety of topics from stoicism and cognitive behavioral therapy to Artisotle and ayahuasca. Today’s conversation touches on the weaponization of social media, the need for real in-person community, the counterculture sparked by Aldous Huxley, Alan Watts, and Krishnamurti, and the surprising affinity many Nazis had for the occult, alternative medicine, and biodynamic farming. This show is made possible by: Better Help Banyan Botanicals Athletic Greens
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today’s episode, inspired by the recent documentary, The Social Dilemma, focuses on the impacts of social media usage from loneliness and depression to social polarization and extremism. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.  This show is made possible by: LinkedIn
The Origins of QAnon

The Origins of QAnon

2020-09-1501:38:461

This week, Jeff interviews the hosts of the Conspirituality podcast – Derek Beres, Julian Walker, and Matthew Remski – on the white nationalist and anti-Semitic origins of the QAnon movement and how it uses the heart-wrenching issue of child sex trafficking as a recruitment tool. The conversation also covers how weaponized misinformation on social media is creating extremism and how we can support and talk with friends and colleagues who may be influenced by misleading content. This show is made possible by: Better Help Banyan Botanicals LinkedIn
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today’s episode focuses on income inequality, distributive justice, and John Rawls’ “veil of ignorance.” To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.  This podcast made possible by: Molekule
During this summer of reckoning on social justice, Justin Michael Willams took a step back from his social media and realized that in the flood of traumatizing news we were losing our ability to see a future bigger than our circumstances. So he wrote a long article titled Ending Racism: How to Change the World in One Generation. In this episode, he discusses that hopeful piece and reminds us to be ready for our solutions to actually work. You can read Justin’s article at EndingRacismTogether.com This show is made possible by: Skillshare Better Help
School psychologist and conscious parenting author Dr. Rebecca Branstetter has some advice for you in today's podcast: You are not homeschooling your child. You are supporting your child with distance learning during a global pandemic. You are not working from home. You are working at your home during a global pandemic. This mindset shift (along with many others she offers in this interview) invites parents to focus on what's most important right now — connection with your kids.
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we discuss America’s demographic future and how VP candidate Kamala Harris is a bridge to an evolving multi-racial and secular nation. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
In her early 20’s Sophia Amoruso launched an eBay store selling vintage clothing. A few years later, Nasty Gal skyrocketed to $100 million in revenue and Sophia found herself (for better or worse) as an icon of female entrepreneurship. In this episode, Jeff and Sophia discuss the triumphs and travails of rising in the business world and how to avoid many of the pitfalls new business owners stumble into. To take Sophia’s new Commune course, Finding Business Clarity, for free, go to onecommune.com/clarity. This show is made possible by: Athletic Greens
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we discover a debate technique called Steelmanning which is not only useful for public discourse but also serves as a potent personal development tool. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
Self-compassion is a muscle that we have to remind ourselves to flex, and Sharon Salzberg is one of the most experienced trainer for that excercise. In this episode, Jeff sits down with Sharon to discuss faith, resilience, joy, and community -- all in the face of great adversity. Sharon’s course on Commune, “Compassionate Resilience” is available FREE till August 21st. Learn more here: https://www.onecommune.com/compassionate-resilience-with-sharon-salzberg-sign-up This podcast made possible by: Better Help
Each week Jeff has been writing a Sunday article called Commusings where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture. Today, we discuss the over-consumption of sugar and its correlation to escalating rates of obesity, diabetes and COVID-19 fatalities. To receive the Commusings newsletter, you can go to onecommune.com and sign up at the bottom of the page.
The word “love” spurs a sense of excitement and wonder, while “commitment” feels weighted by social pressure, monogamy, and laundry lists. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In this episode, Jeff and Schuyler muse about their 25th wedding anniversary and visit their friends Dave and Erin Kennedy, a polyamorous couple whose views on love, commitment, and sex offer a radically different view of long-term partnership. This show is made possible by: LinkedIn
Canary in a Coal Mine

Canary in a Coal Mine

2020-08-0627:50

The silhouette of Colin Kaepernick is ubiquitous. Stenciled on sidewalks and spray painted on boarded-up businesses, the image of Kaepernick has become an unmistakable icon of racial justice. Because his image has been claimed by both conservative and progressive media, it’s easy to forget what he was asking for in the first place. In this episode, we dive into an account of Kaepernick’s protest, what motivated him to take a knee, and the alarm bell he was sounding.
Is reality real? Deepak Chopra has dedicated his life to the scientific and spiritual exploration of what is. In this episode, Jeff and Deepak talk about how everything we consider real—from your next thought to the most distant star—is simply a modified form of yourself. When you understand that you are the universe, you begin to access the infinite possibilities within. Take a 6-day free trial of Deepak's Nature of Reality class here: onecommune.com/reality This show is made possible by: Thrive Market Athletic Greens
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