Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next

Emerge: Making Sense of What's Next

A podcast based inquiry into the emerging paradigms shaping the future of the human experiment.


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Joe Brewer - It's Too Late to Save the World; Here's What to Do Instead

Making Sense of the Jordan Greenhall Episode
Ethan and Daniel have a sense-making conversation about the Jordan Greenhall episode of Emerge.
April 18, 2018
Jordan Greenhall - Sovereignty, Resonance, and Liminality
In order to enjoy this episode of Emerge you will need to be familiar with Jordan Greenhall's model of Sovereignty. Do not venture into this episode without checking out some or all of the resources listed below or you will likely feel lost and confused. * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8kYZUQ6xcw * http://highexistence.com/jordan-greenhall-humanity-global-collapse-survive/ * https://neurohacker.com/why-we-need-collective-intelligence-during-global-collapse-with-jordan-greenhall-pt-1/ * https://medium.com/deep-code/on-jordan-peterson-and-the-future-51402a370d79 Boyd’s OODA Loop https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OODA_loop
April 17, 2018
Experiments in Sense-Making #1: Beyond Expertise
Ethan and Daniel attempt to make sense of some of the topics discussed on recent episodes of Emerge. This episode will make most sense if you listen first to the recent episode with Melissa Michaels and have at least some familiarity with Jordan Greenhall's model of Sovereignty. Melissa Michaels Interview on Emerge https://anchor.fm/emerge/episodes/Melissa-Michaels---Embodying-Grace--Embodying-Service-e17gsc Jordan Greenhall on Sovereignty http://highexistence.com/jordan-greenhall-humanity-global-collapse-survive/
April 4, 2018
Not Knowing and Acting Anyway: What's Going on With Emerge
A little bit about what's going on with Emerge, and why it's important for people that don't know to speak up.
March 22, 2018
Melissa Michaels - Embodying Grace, Embodying Service
In this episode of Emerge I interview Melissa Michaels. Melissa is an inspiring individual who, over the past three decades, has created a body of work that has touched the lives of thousands. Through her unique approach to somatics, initiation, and education she creates spaces that call us into our love and service to the planet. We discuss such topics as: - Why dancing can be a tremendously healing experience - The vision she received in her early twenties that she spent the subsequent 30 years giving birth to - The role of initiation in becoming true adults, and the difference between 'olders' and 'elders' And much more. Please enjoy this inspiring conversation with the one and only Melissa Michaels.
March 21, 2018
Joe Brewer - It's Too Late to Save the World; Here's What to Do Instead
In this conversation with Joe Brewer we touch into many different dimensions of how the breakdown of world systems intersects with our lives as individuals. We talk about such things as: + How we become responsible adults in times of crises + Why not to pay attention to Trump + How social norms obstruct our own maturation + The risks of self-initation + A new paradigm of service and citizenship + The danger of misplaced responsibility + How those who care about the future of the planet should allocate their energy and attention And much more! Please enjoy the first episode of season two of Emerge. Here's where to find Joe Brewer on the web: On Medium: https://medium.com/@joe_brewer On Twitter: https://twitter.com/cognitivepolicy On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.brewer.31
March 14, 2018
Emerge 010: "A More Beautiful Question" Warren Berger
On this episode of Emerge my guest is Warren Berger. Warren is the author of the book ‘A More Beautiful Question’. In this conversation we talk about the nature and importance of questioning, what keeps us from maintaining our child-like curiosity as we age, the danger of relying on expert advice, and how to find the important life-questions that Google can’t answer. Enjoy!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 009: "Bridging Technology And Consciousness" Adam Curry
In this episode of Emerge I speak with Adam Curry. Adam is an inventor and tech entrepreneur in San Francisco. His most recent work is an application called Entangled, which he refers to as the SETI of consciousness research. In this episode we discuss the informational nature of consciousness, how materialism is our cultures metaphysics, and whether we can use collective consciousness to predict Earthquakes. Enjoy the show!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 008: "Emergent Creativity" Tiago Forte
On this episode of Emerge, I speak with Tiago Forte. Tiago is the founder of Forte Labs, a productivity training and consulting firm in the bay area. He specializes in helping organizations and individuals adopt an approach to productivity that is both systematic and human centered. In this conversation, we speak about using design thinking for individual improvement and empowerment, how to harness chaos and emergence for personal creativity, and the changing nature of knowledge work. Enjoy the show!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 007: "The Smog Of Racism" Alison Cohen
On this Episode of Emerge I speak with Alison Cohen. Alison works as an instructional coach for public high school teachers and as a mindfulness educator for schools and social service organizations. Alison focuses on the interconnections between mindfulness and bias awareness and reduction. In this episode we speak about how mindfulness can disrupt the school to prison pipeline, the subtleties of implicit bias and cultural conditioning, and the nature of embodied racism. Enjoy the show!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 005: "Trust And Self-Organizing Systems" Christina Bowen
In this episode of emerge I speak with Christina Bowen. Christina is a knowledge ecologist working on such topics as collective intelligence, global warming, and systems theory. In this conversation we talk about the relationship between trust and collective intelligence, how to solve wicked problems , and the nature of self-organization. Please enjoy this conversation with knowledge ecologist Christina Bowen!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 004: Taylor Pearson "The End of Jobs"
Taylor Pearson joins me for this episode of Emerge. Taylor is an entrepreneur and author of the book ‘The End of Jobs’, an account of the changing nature of our economy and how to re-imagine your relationship to work for more freedom, meaning and wealth. In this show we talk about what jobs are and why they’re ending, the evolution of work, the power of negative visualization, and why now is the best time in human history to make the jump into entrepreneurship.
March 15, 2018
Emerge 003: Scott Santen "Basic Income"
Today we have on the show Scott Santens. Scott is a writer and advocate of what’s known as a basic guaranteed income. In this episode we go over the basics of basic income as well as some of the philosophical and cultural questions that arise when considering such a radical policy. Enjoy!
March 15, 2018
Emerge 002: Chris Dancy "Smartphone Loneliness"
This episode's guest is Chris Dancy. Chris has been called “the most connected human on earth” and has been featured on Fox News, NPR, BBC, TechCrunch, Mashable, and Wired, among others. He is a contemplative platform designer, artist, philosopher and writer. We talked about what it takes to design technology that promotes human well-being, the nature and cause of distraction and loneliness, the changing landscape of work, and how to survive a systemic collapse, without hoarding bullets.
March 15, 2018
Emerge 001: David Loy "A World Between Stories"
The first guest on Emerge is author, philosopher and activist David Loy. David and I first met at the Occupy Boulder General Assembly and our relationship grew from there. David work sits at the intersection of contemplative wisdom and social justice, making him a perfect first guest for Emerge. In this episode we discuss the ways stories limit and liberate us, the symptoms of living in a world between stories, the nature of the (7+ billion) new stories, the difficulty of acting in integrity with what you know is true, and how to find the meaning of your life. Enjoy! NOTE: Please forgive the strange audio glitches in the interview. The content of this interview is still awesome. :)
March 15, 2018

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