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In this episode we talk with Ben Burgis. Ben is a philosophy instructor at Georgia State University Perimeter College, a Jacobin columnist, and the host of the “Give Them An Argument” podcast and YouTube show. He is also the author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left and the forthcoming Canceling Comedians While the World Burns: A Critique…
 
Andres Bernal returns to Growing Down to discuss the current political landscape and how the principles of MMT can create a new framework for how we view money. Integral Politics advocates for a new paradigm that transcends the left/right binary. What might a new society look like if the conversation shifted from "How are you going to pay for it?" …
 
Author David Nicol joins the GD podcast to discuss his book, Subtle Activism: The Inner Dimension of Social and Planetary Transformation, and the important role subtle activist can play for the local and global challenges of the meta-crisis. About Subtle Activism: "Can awakened consciousness contribute to social change and, if so, how? David Nicol …
 
Growing Down podcast talks with Hanzi Freinacht. Hanzi is a political philosopher, historian and sociologist, author of ‘The Listening Society’, ‘Nordic Ideology’ and the upcoming books ‘The 6 Hidden Patterns of History’ and ‘Outcompeting Capitalism’. In this discussion we explore constructive ways out of hyper-polarization, Hanzi's metamodernism a…
 
Jeremy Johnson is joined by Ryan Nakade, Brent Cooper, Matthew T. Segall, Brad Kershner and Layman Pascal to honor the memory Michael Brooks (1983-2020) and discuss his contributions to integrative thinking in politics, cosmopolitan socialism, and where we go from here in solidarity. Recorded on 7/25/20. Watch the YouTube livestream of this talk. T…
 
John Dupuy, the author of Integral Recovery, reflects on how politics and addiction intersect. As a country, we may be experiencing a dark night of the soul. The opioid crisis highlights a wound in our country that we must be brave enough to face. Can an integral practice provide a clue to addicts and non-addicts alike to how we can flourish into o…
 
Class is in session! The co-hosts of Growing Down sit front row as Rabbi Michael Lerner shares insights from his new book Revolutionary Love and his rich history of activism for social rights. We were honored to be in the audience and we hope you feel the same. Excerpt from Revoltionary Love: "We seek a new bottom line that judges our institutions,…
 
Eileen Reavey of the National Popular Vote campaign joins co-hosts Ryan and Matt to discuss the history of the electoral college and the movement to create an interstate compact that would guarantee the presidency to the candidate who receives the the most popular votes. Join us to discussion its importance to democratization politics. --- Send in …
 
In this episode of Growing Down, David Loy, Buddhist teacher and author, shares his views on how Buddhist teachings can be applied to the spiritual and ecological crises of today's age. He advocates for a dual activism for the modern Boddhisatva, or Ecosattva: one of spiritual practice and social engagement. Can Buddhism provide an insight to integ…
 
In this episode of Growing Down, Matt, Ryan and Jeremy are joined by Stephanie Lepp. What happens when we take conceptual tools like Integral Theory, or metamodernism, and use them to, well, grow down? To create, engage with--make culture? Stephanie does just that. She is the host of the podcast show Reckonings and the YouTube series Infinite Lunch…
 
The Growing Down podcast is honored to be joined by Bruce Alderman. Bruce is an adjunct faculty in the College of Psychology at John F. Kennedy University (JFKU). He received his master’s degree in Integral Psychology, with an emphasis on Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, from JFKU in 2005. Bruce is the founder of Integral Stage, a new YouTube a…
 
In this episode, the Growing Down podcast interviews David Hartful Jr., to talk about the protests and riots erupting in America, following the murder of George Floyd by police, from the perspective of Integral Theory and Spiral Dynamics. David is a researcher and founder of Black Leadership Analysis, (https://blackleaderanalysis.com), which explor…
 
Growing Down co-hosts percolate recent interviews and attempt to integrate their diverse meanings (from changing public perception around more creation, MMT, evolving value systems, and other themes that have emerged on the show). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/growing-down/message
 
In this episode, the Growing Down podcast is deeply honored to interview Rev. Delman Coates on reclaiming the power of money creation, the integral connection between liberation theology, social justice, and spiritual traditions, and how we can transform the public imagination around money. Dr. Delman Coates has served as Senior Pastor of Mt. Ennon…
 
In this episode we are joined by Edward Berge, an Integral Theory writer and researcher and founder of the Proactive and Progressive Populism blog. Session Notes: On Integral Review: ‘Inter-Bridging’ Bridges and Bridging as Metaphors for ‘syn-integrality’ in Organization Studies and Practice “Do our models get in the way?” "Hier(an)archical synplex…
 
In this episode of Growing Down podcast we are joined by Andrés Bernal. Andrés resides in New York City where he is a Lecturer of Urban Studies at CUNY Queens College and Doctoral student at The New School For Public Engagement, Division of Policy Management and Environment. His research focuses on the Green New Deal as a site of political communic…
 
In episode 5 of Growing Down podcast, we are joined by metamodern researcher and political sociologist Brent Cooper. Who are the Emergentsia? Brent talks about his popular Emerge series (read Part 1 here: http://www.whatisemerging.com/opinion...), how he came to become a metamodern researcher, and what communities that make up the Emergentsia can d…
 
In this episode, Matt, Ryan and Jeremy are joined by guests Paul Smith and Luke Healy of the Integral Christian Network to explore the connections between religion, spirituality, and the politics of growing down. Paul Smith is the author of Integral Christianity: The Spirit's Call to Evolve. Paul and Luke are the co-founders of the Integral Christi…
 
In this episode, the Growing Down team is joined by our first first guest, integral philosopher Steve McIntosh, to explore how America can overcome hyperpolarization. Steve McIntosh is the author of the recently published Developmental Politics: How America Can Grow into a Better Version of Itself (2020). He is the president and co-founder of the I…
 
In this episode Matt, Ryan, and Jeremy process the COVID-19 epidemic, the corporate bail-out and further meditations on how they'd each like to see the New Left take an "integral turn." The Populist's Guide to 2020: A New Right and New Left are Rising Next Republic: The Rise of a New Radical Majority As Congress Pushes a $2 Trillion Stimulus Packag…
 
Welcome to Growing Down! Co-hosts Ryan, Matt and Jeremy explore the possibility of aligning progressive culture--the new "radical majority"--with integral philosophy and metamodern politics. Among the diverse topics we cover, we explore: What "Growing Down" means to each of us How the New Left and the New Right are both populist What integral theor…
 
Dr. Thomas Steininger ist Herausgeber von evolve, dem führenden deutschen Magazin für Bewusstsein und Kultur. Er ist international bekannt als Referent für kulturelle Evolution und die verschiedenen spirituellen und kulturellen Strömungen, die unsere postmoderne Welt geprägt haben. Er ist Faculty Member der Meridian University in Kalifornien und Mi…
 
Sean is a global leader in the application of integrative thinking to leader development, organizational design, and mixed-methods design. In 2011 he founded MetaIntegral a social impact network that supports change leaders around the world in applying integrative principles. Sean’s passion lies at the intersection of design, integral theory, and e…
 
As a Philospher, Alexander Bard has a vision of and for the world, which is pretty unique. Blending new perspectives on the internet with a phallic vision on human behaviour, he sees our best chances for the future in a new understanding and utilization of the internet, where we can transform ourselves and the world. In his view, we live in a emasc…
 
Oliver Griebel ist Philosoph und Sprachen-Lehrer. Er studierte Philosophie, Logik, Linguistik und veröffentlichte 2009 sein Buch "Der ganzheitliche Gott". Jetzt hat er gerade als Herausgeber ein neues Buch herausgebracht mit dem Titel "Wir Vielen in dieser einen Welt". In diesem Podcast sprechen wir über seinen Werdegang, seine Philosophie, über Ko…
 
My guest today is Gregg Henriques. He is an american psychologist at James Madison University, in Harrisonburg, Virginia. He is the author A New Unified Theory of Psychology, he has developed a new meta-theoretical system for psychology articulated in many professional journals like Psychology Today. Henriques teaches courses in personality theory,…
 
Tomas Björkman is a swedish entrepeneur, finanicer. member of the Club of Rome, author, philosopher, and I had the distinct pleasure talking to him. He just came of the Metamodern and Emerge gatherings in Kiev, so naturally we talked about this, about his new book 'The world we create", his voyage to metamodernism, about marketforces, capitalism, u…
 
I never thought of the opioid & alcohol crisis as particular postmodern phenomenons … John Dupuy is such warm and unique character, I am very gratefull to have had this deep and kind of rhizomatic conversation with him. We went into the nexus of transformation, addiction, post-postmodernity and much more. He is the author of Integral Recovery, a bo…
 
Susanne Baumann ist Spitzenkandidatin der Partei Integrale Politik - IP Zürich in der Schweiz. Geboren 1975 in Basel, studierte sie Wirtschaft und Internationale Beziehungen an der Universität St. Gallen (HSG). Anschliessend arbeitete sie in unterschiedlichen Industrien (Zement, Bank, Hotellerie, Agrikultur, Unternehmensberatung, Yoga) und untersch…
 
Dennis Wittrock is a jack of all trades, he studied philosophy, helped building the Integral scene in Germany and Europe and brings now Holacracy to the world. Holacracy is a new way „operating system“ for organizations and a wholesale replacement of the traditional management hierarchy. We had a very interesting conversation about holacracy and hi…
 
Matthias Thiele & Mathias Tietke diskutieren über die Implikationen der Migration aus psychologischer, spiritueller, ethischer und moralischer Perspektive! Es ist nicht ganz eine Debatte om ‘Oxford-Style’, und damit etwas freier, aber höchst interessant. Wenn ihr mehr von solchen Debatten hören wollt, gebt eure Meinung kund! Abgesehen davon könnt I…
 
A world authority on Gnostic spirituality, TOBIAS CHURTON is Britain’s leading scholar in the field of Western Esotericism. Holding a Masters degree in Theology from Brasenose College, Oxford, he was appointed Honorary Fellow and Faculty Lecturer in Western Esotericism at Exeter University in 2005. Tobias is also a filmmaker, poet, composer, and th…
 
Terry Patten is a philosopher, author, activist, social entrepreneur, consultant, coach, and the author of the groundbreaking book, A New Republic of the Heart. In this wide-ranging conversations Terry and I talked about spiritual activism, the daimon, global responsibility, We-Spaces, problems of left and right, and much more. Enjoy!…
 
Dr. Friedemann Wieland ist ein erfahrener Psychotherapeut und Coach in der Entwicklung von emotionaler Intelligenz, und Bewusstsein. Er praktiziert seit über 20 Jahren Voice Dialogue und Biographiearbeit und ist Schüler von Thich Nhat Hanh und Zenmeister Genpo Roshi, von dem er den Big Mind Prozess gelernt hat. Friedemann Wieland hat viele Jahre in…
 
Nick Seneca Jankel is a Cambridge-educated author, philosopher, professional speaker, and transformation catalyst. He is the co-founder of personal and leadership development enterprise Switch On (www. switchonnow.com). He has worked with organizations as diverse as Nike, No. 10 Downing Street, HSBC, and Oxfam and has taught at many universities, i…
 
Matthias Ruff ist bildender Künstler, Kurator, und Experte für Transformationsprozesse. Ich hatte das tiefe Vergnügen, mit ihm über den Zusammenhang von Kunst, Spiritualität und Unternehmertum zu sprechen, seine Kunstprojekte, den Overview-Effekt und seine Overview-Installation, über Chaos und die Dunkelheit, den schöpferischen Impuls und so viel m…
 
Jeremy D Johnson, MA is an author, editor, integral scholar, teacher and podcaster. He has worked as a staff editor for Reality Sandwich magazine, and contributed to publications such as OMNI, Disinfo, Evolve and Ascend, Conscious Lifestyle Magazine, and Evolve Magazine. He is the host of the Mutations-Podcast and author of the fantastic book ‘Seei…
 
Samira Henning ist Yogalehrerin und Buchautorin und lebt in der Schweiz. Sie lehrt das Restorative Yoga, ein Yoga der Ruhe, durch das wir einen Zugang zu den regenerativen Kräften des Körpers finden. Sie verbindet dabei das Restorative Yoga mit schamanischen Ansätzen. In diesem Podcast sprechen wir über das Restorative Yoga, ihren Entwicklungsweg, …
 
Martin Ucik ist ein Autor und geht in seinen Büchern im Wesentlichen der Fragestellung nach, wie gesunde Liebesbeziehung heute möglich sind. Er ist unter der Vielzahl von Beziehungsratgeber-Autoren derjenige, der sich stark auf das Integrale Modell von Ken Wilber stützt, um nicht nur die Arbeit anderer Autoren zu ordnen, sondern auch das evolutionä…
 
Thomas Hasenberger ist Experte und Fascilitator für Luzides Träumen, Thanatologie, Hemi-Sync und Meditation. In dieser Episode sprechen wir übers Träumen als Selbstheilungsmechanismus der Psyche, über Out-of-Body Experiences, Sterbeprozesse und Sterbebegleitung, Tips & Techniken zum Luziden Träumen, DMT und Ayhuahasca, Non-Dualität und Zeugenbewuss…
 
In this episode Bonnitta Roy and I are talking about what a post-postmodern consciousness could feel like. We are talking about developement and complexity, and how much the development of the souvereign self and psychological health is connected to a ‘second tier’ consciousness. Bonnitta Roy lives on a small farm in rural Connecticut. She has been…
 
Max Borders is Executive Director of Social Evolution, a non-profit startup dedicated to liberating people and solving social problems through innovation. He is also co-founder of the Voice & Exit conference/festival. He is also author of "The social singularity" We have a wide ranging conversation about how technology shapes the evolution of cultu…
 
Mitch Horowitz is a American writer on occult and esoteric topics, an historian and philosopher, a public speaker and an editor. He has some very interesting views on occultism, which could be decribed as critical or pragmantic and he seeks to find the true elements of the positive thought movement beyond any postmodern wishy washy. We had a great …
 
Hardy Fürch Yogalehrer BDY/EYU, seit 2010 Stellvertretender Vorstand des BDY. Über dreißig Jahre in Umweltverbänden und Parteien engagiert, Dipl.-Verwaltungswirt. Intensive Auseinandersetzung mit der Integralen Theorie und langjährige Praxis des Integralen Yoga Sri Aurobindos. Autor u.a. von »Yoga und die Transformation der Gesellschaft«, 2015, und…
 
A very special episode of LC: Ken Wilber, founder and creator of Integral theory, is guest on the show! We did try to make sense of the cultural polarisation of 2018: What are the chances, stressors and problems of our time? What does integration of left and right values mean? Beyond an integral observer stance: What could an integral political par…
 
In dieser Episode sprechen MyoShin Stefan Schoch (Mondo Zen) und ich über die Aspekte spirituellen Handels nach der Postmoderne. Wie kann eine aufgeklärte, integrale oder evolutionäre Spiritualität aussehen, und was sind die Merkmale spirituellen Handels? Was ist es, dass unsere Handlungen zu spirituellen Handlungen macht?…
 
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