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Find out how to live better, with less suffering, and more wonder. Join Cory Allen—author, meditation teacher, and audio engineer—as he asks leading experts in mindfulness, neuroscience, and philosophy to share their wisdom.
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Erick Godsey | Thoughts Have People
Carl Jung expert Erick Godsey is all about self-transformation. He’s a cognitive psychologist that studies Behavioral, Positive, Jungian, Transactional, Evolutionary, and Clinical Psychology in an effort to help others (and himself) transform from who they are into a greater form of themselves. In this podcast, Jung’s synchronicity was with us. We both happen to only be on a few hours of sleep, which led to a fun, spiraling conversation about self-development and boldly starring truth in the face. Before our talk, I answer a listener question about how time affects the way we think. This episode is sponsored by EVERLANE. Treat yourself to premium clothes with no markups and full financial transparency! Go to https://www.everlane.com/collections/hustle to get free shipping on your first order! This episode is sponsored by Vermont Pure CBD! Use the code ASTRAL for 10% off your order!| Show ❤️ by rating the show on iTunes! It helps bring more guests you’d like to hear and spread positive vibes in a world filled with suffering ★★★★★ Join me on Patreon for exclusive podcasts, bonus podcast material, monthly guided meditations, articles, video Q&As, binaural beats, and handwritten secret knowledge! Connect with Cory: Home: http://www.cory-allen.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_coryallen_ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_coryallen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCoryAllen © CORY ALLEN 2018
Brian Ramisch | Notes From The Inner World
Shiatsu Alchemist Brian Ramisch is a therapeutic bodyworker that focuses on bringing harmony to the body, mind, and spirit. Through his unique balancing approach, he relieves pressure from the nervous system and stimulates the body’s natural healing ability. He’s also one of my favorite humans on Earth. In this podcast, we talk about the power of kindness, turning negative feelings into positive energy, and Brian’s exploration of medicinal herbs. Before our talk, I answer a listener question about my speculative view on meta-awareness and how I define the witness mind. This episode is sponsored by HELIX mattresses! Get up to $125 OFF your order by going to https://helixsleep.com/hustle. This episode is sponsored by Skillshare! Over 20,000 online classes in business, design, tech and more. Go to http://skillshare.com/astral to get TWO MONTHS of unlimited classes for just .99 cents Show ❤️ by rating the show on iTunes! It helps bring more guests you’d like to hear and spread positive vibes in a world filled with suffering ★★★★★ Join me on Patreon for exclusive podcasts, bonus podcast material, monthly guided meditations, articles, video Q&As, binaural beats, and handwritten secret knowledge! Connect with Cory: Home: http://www.cory-allen.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_coryallen_ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_coryallen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCoryAllen
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holyfoolproductions

This episode for me at the perfect time.

Dec 15th
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Abhishek Munian

Kevin Kelly = BOSS

Oct 15th
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Abhishek Munian

yo yo yo!

Oct 15th
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John Fischer

You claimed that nothing can be objective due to our differences in nervous systems. In the next question you talked about the best morality system, which you claimed as listening to your own inner voice or conscience. You then went and said that "if your inner voice tells you to hack up a bus of children, then you'd be better off being eaten by a lion." By saying this you are implying that there are some OBJECTICVE moral truths. If everything is truly subjective as you claim, then that includes morality. Your philosophy is not all bad, but it contradicts itself far too much. Truth WILL NOT contradict truth. If something contradicts another thing then at least one of them is not true. If everything is subjective and reality is in the eye of the beholder, then you cannot say that a person is wrong or evil because it makes them happy to end the lives of others. By saying that it is inherently wrong to kill others, you are admitting that there is some objective moral truth, therefore things can be seen objectively. If we really look at everything as subjective and relative, then nothing is true and anything is permissible and nothing is meaningful.

Oct 11th
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John Fischer

Christina Coleman Christina, you are completely right, I'm merely arguing that things can and must be objective if we are going to have a moral or ethical code. And I do believe there is objective truth. If we go around saying everything is relative and subjective than we are setting ourselves up for contradiction and paradox. To be a TRUE relativist, you must realize the fact that there really is no right or wrong and morality and ethics are meaningless. The only thing standing in the way of people doing things is power. whoever has the power controls what happens.

Oct 13th
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Christina Coleman

John Fischer if you want the benefits of residing in a peaceful community setting, you're agreeing to the social contract which would obviously discourage acts of harm toward others.

Oct 12th
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