Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next
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Making Sense of Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta with Peter Park
Vinay Gupta - Waking Up in the Monster Factory (pt. 2)
Vinay Gupta - Waking Up in the Monster Factory (pt. 1)
Dr. Jem Bendell - The Meaning and Joy of Inevitable Social Collapse
Making Sense of the Darren Silver Episode
Joe Brewer - It's Too Late to Save the World; Here's What to Do Instead
David Sauvage - The Future of Collective Decision-Making
Gary Sheng - To Actualize Game B, Empower Gen Z
Steve March - An Integrated Ecology of Practice for the Meta-Crisis
Sean Wilkinson - Circling, Meditation & Trauma
Circling & Soulmaking with Ellen McSweeney & Daniel Thorson
Mark Feenstra - Renormaling: Fractal Harmony in Action
Layman Pascal - Spiritual Practice as Harmonization
Harmonizing to Emerge with John Vervaeke
Rob McNamara - Adult Development & Ensoulment
Zak Stein - The Eros of Ethics
Emerge Returns: Solo Episode
The End of Emerge (For Now)
What is the song at the end of the podcast?
true, we gave to go meta to advance. my input to a political system change: upgradingdemocracy.com
there is a project also with peer2peer bookkeeping approach, but with a connection via online notaries: Sweetbridge
very cool, promising framework. will buy his second book.
Good luck! ☮♥️☯️
A 'playful' contemplation from my latest blogpost; "If we can imagine a thing, that thing is possible. The more we imagine a thing, the more likely it is to become probable. The stronger these imaginings, the more real they are likely to become... Matter was created from ‘thought’. All matter was imagined into being... Complete this statement; The illiterate of the future will be… those who are unable to imagine the impossible enough to manifest it". These imaginings were inspired by Emerge. https://intrograte.wordpress.com/2018/09/03/my-monday-messes-4
This abstract way of thinking hasn't intuitively clicked for me yet, but it does intuitively feel real. Hopefully the more I listen and explore, the greater an intuitive understanding I'll develop, until that click moment comes and it starts to become second nature. Thank-you for opening up this path for so many. I feel almost sure it will have positive, unpredictable, and likely even important, ramifications.
I've been doing this for the past 6 months on my own without realising it was a thing. It feels like I'm listening to my own thoughts being articulated, even though I have absolutely no experience in any Buddhist teachings. Why do I find that all at once cathartic, reassuring, confusing, and terrifying? I'm on the verge of tears. It feels like something strange and inexplicable is happening, and I have no idea what I'm supposed to do with all of this. Thank-you for these podcasts.
Question; I loved the point about authentic profound experiences not being universal. But can they sometimes be?
A little awkward to listen to at times, but a considered and worthwhile contribution to moving the conversation forward, all the more so as it progressed. Congratulations and well done, guys. I hope to hear further discussions like this, and more of them, going in to the future. Thank-you, and Consciousness bless you ❤.