12 episodes

This podcast series, Preparing for Profound Change, explores the shifting global landscape. Economic collapse, climate chaos, political upheaval – these may seem like forces to fear, but in fact offer us deep opportunities for transformation. A post-carbon, post-capitalist world calls for deep awakening and action at all levels – by individuals, communities and societies.

What skills, competencies and capacities will be most valued in the new world? How can our own inner practices keep us free from anxiety as we prepare body, mind and spirit for what lies ahead?

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 6 Ratings

This podcast series, Preparing for Profound Change, explores the shifting global landscape. Economic collapse, climate chaos, political upheaval – these may seem like forces to fear, but in fact offer us deep opportunities for transformation. A post-carbon, post-capitalist world calls for deep awakening and action at all levels – by individuals, communities and societies.

What skills, competencies and capacities will be most valued in the new world? How can our own inner practices keep us free from anxiety as we prepare body, mind and spirit for what lies ahead?

    Jeremy Lent, The Web of Meaning

    Jeremy Lent, The Web of Meaning

    Our Place in the Universe

    • 47 min
    Unlearning Together | Episode 2 - Forgive: The New Mantra and Practice for Black Men with Ulysses Slaughter and Tamara Smiley Hamilton

    Unlearning Together | Episode 2 - Forgive: The New Mantra and Practice for Black Men with Ulysses Slaughter and Tamara Smiley Hamilton

    Unlearning Together | Episode 2 - Forgive: The New Mantra and Practice for Black Men with Ulysses Slaughter and Tamara Smiley Hamilton

    Unlearning Together | Episode 1 - Valerie Brown on Pilgrimage

    Unlearning Together | Episode 1 - Valerie Brown on Pilgrimage

    "Mother Earth is suffering, we ourselves are suffering, and so this seems to be a constant bad news whenever we turn, wherever we turn. But I also want to say that there's obviously a lot of good news and that they coexist together, and so I begin with the premise, and this is deeply embedded inside of me, I think from the time I was a small child, that we are, as human beings, whole, resourceful, and creative people, and that we're born that way and we have what we need to live in this world that contains so much suffering and so much beauty."
    "Obviously within the United States there's a great sense of dividedness, us against them, and I believe that an important step toward a sense of internal healing and wholeness has to begin with ourselves. That can be a long journey that is both a psychological journey. I want to lift up the words of John Welwood and spiritual bypass. The idea here is that we need to do psychological work as well as the spiritual journey."

    Andreas Weber, On Matter and Desire

    Andreas Weber, On Matter and Desire

    Dr. Andreas Weber is a biologist, philosopher, and nature writer.  He holds degrees in Marine Biology and Cultural Studies and is the author of nine non-fiction books and dozens of magazine features and is highly respected for his work in the fields of popular science and environmental sustainability. Andreas explores new understandings of life-as-meaning or ‘biopoetics’ and ‘biosemiotics’ in science and in the arts, and his work has been translated into several languages and published around the globe.

    Deepak Chopra on Conscious Evolution

    Deepak Chopra on Conscious Evolution

    Dr. Deepak Chopra is Founder of The Chopra Foundation and the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, and a world-renowned pioneer in mind-body medicine and personal transformation. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Chopra has authored more than 80 books, published in more than 43 languages, including 22 New York Times best sellers.

    • 39 min
    Episode 7 | William Ury, Mediation and the Middle Way

    Episode 7 | William Ury, Mediation and the Middle Way

    William Ury is co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, and one of the world’s leading experts on negotiation and mediation. He is co-author of Getting to Yes, the world’s bestselling book on negotiation, and more recently author of Getting to Yes with Yourself. William has served as a negotiation adviser and mediator in conflicts ranging from Kentucky wildcat coal mine strikes to ethnic wars in the Middle East, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union.

    • 34 min

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