Consciousness to Music to Conservation - aiming at truth, rather than victory; embracing the liminal space; a wide-ranging conversational style podcast in Hawai'i produced by host and musician Abe Vandenberg
Conversations about: Ayahuasca, EMR, Human Origins, Immigration Law, Mysticism, Ancient Egypt, Consciousness, Cave Art, and [original music: saxophone electric ukulele guitar groove grunge]
Cuban Health Care: The Ongoing Revolution - Don Fitz
Quiet as it's kept inside the United States, the Cuban revolution has achieved some phenomenal goals, reclaiming Cuba's agriculture, advancing its literacy rate to nearly 100 percent - and remaking its medical system. Cuba has transformed its health care to the extent that this "third-world" country has been able to maintain a first-world medical system, whose health indicators surpass those of the United States at a fraction of the cost.
When It's Not Just a TV Show - Penny Taylor
In this episode, we talk about our inner cave dweller within modern society, power structures, tv series/movie fandoms, and evolutionary psychology. We also get into the power of large, calm groups of people gathering for a shared purpose.
Cosmic Tusk and Comet Impacts - George Howard
Explore abrupt climate change and pandemic induced by comets and asteroids during human history at George Howard’s blog called The Cosmic Tusk. The Tusk also contains a treasure trove of scientific documents in The Cosmic Tusk Bibliography or The Complete Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Bibliography and Publication Archive.
Conscious Evolution - Rob Cobbold
Robert Cobbold is the founding editor of Conscious Evolution, a website, blog and podcast aiming to disseminate the evolutionary worldview, and kindle an evolutionary transition. He has a BA in English Literature from Bristol University and is currently midway through a masters in Sustainable Leadership at Cumbria University.
What Does This Do For My Soul? with Daniel Thorson
Daniel Thorson, host of Emerge podcast, and I recorded our first episode together about a year ago and at that time he was preparing to move to the Monastic Academy, which is a training center dedicated to creating wise, powerful, and loving leaders who are an unstoppable force for social and environmental peace on Earth. In this conversation Daniel and I get into how living and working there affects his life, as well as the people around him; the sense of community and purpose…
Pt 3 - Owning Your Tech's Energy Footprint - Katie Singer
Over the previous 2 episodes we talked about Electromagnetic radiation effects on biology, and the true costs of the embodied energy of the internet. This is the 3rd installment of conversations with author Katie Singer. Today we’re going to go into dealing with this awareness on a personal level, what we can do ourselves, and how we can adapt our behavior in light of this information.
Katie Singer is the author of An Electronic Silent Spring
Katie singer on Abe’s genuinely useful podcast
I listened to all three interviews/conversations about the carbon footprint of the WWW and its actual and potential dangers to the human species on so many levels. As Katie says, we as humans are designed to see only what is right in front of our faces. This podcast points to what lies beyond our comprehension but it is in that realm that the answers lie so we must keep searching in the beyond. Thank you for enhancing my awareness of this huge and important issue and for leading me towards acceptance and action. I wish I could turn my internet off at night but I share it with a housemate who pays for it and keeps it on 24/7.
I appreciate the mix of guests and Abe’s way of maintaining the flow in each conversation, but also allowing for silence. Can’t wait to hear more!! Love the original artwork and music!
I’ve listened to the first four episodes, and “Genuinely” found “Useful” nuggets in each one. Especially useful to me are discussion on stillness (02 Cycling Through Remembering) and truths (04 Helicopters). Conversation can help participants — and listeners — understand themselves better! (Full disclosure, I’m Abe’s dad.)