With the arrival of smartphones and social media, we were told that the world was becoming more connected. But as mental health declines while our digital addictions grow, it's clear that something human has been lost in the shuffle. On The I Project, we dive into the roots of this disconnection and explore new ways of thinking, seeing, and being.
The I Project is the podcast of Immersioneer, a sense-making community focused on deepening human dialogue in the digital age. The podcast is hosted by founder Clancey Hilkene.
Creating Healthy Sexual Polarity - with Kelly Sue Milano and special guest Jamie Wollrab
Kelly Sue Milano returns to the podcast to discuss sexual polarity and practices that can deepen relationships during home-isolation and beyond. Special guest appearance by her partner Jamie Wollrab.
Music Therapy with Rosa & Sora - with Rosa Tu & Sora Harris-Vincent
Singer-songwriter Rosa Tu performs an assortment of original compositions and folk songs. Musician-singer Sora Harris-Vincent joins. Clancey does practically nothing. *Recorded in November of 2018.
Discovering Stillness in Crisis - music therapy with Rosa Tu - pt 1
Singer-songwriter Rosa Tu shares her music and explores the profound lessons that can emerge from crisis when we learn to sit still and truly be with ourselves. Recorded in November of 2018.
Intimacy, Technology, and Trauma - with Dr. Rick Raymond
Psychologist Rick Raymond shares insights on mindfulness-based therapies, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the hurdles to intimacy in the age of digital technology.
*Recorded in the summer of 2019.
Coronavirus & Collective Intelligence
Clancey offers practical tips for navigating the Coronavirus while offering deeper perspective on what it says about systems change and the relationship between the individual and the collective. This episode is a call for collective intelligence and compassion amidst the growing metacrisis.
The episode closes with a short guided meditation and some light breathwork.
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Every Note Counts - A Musical Journey with George Karpasitis
George Karpasitis shares music from his debut EP The Sounds of Mar Vista and offers insights on the creative process, finding one's voice, and art's place in community-building.
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This is an amazing podcast. It’s nice to hear people discuss the things I think about.
Excellent podcast! Glad more people are starting to talk about this. Keep it up
Thoughtful explorations of the many sides of the mental, spiritual, and emotional experience. I enjoy the conversational tone and approachable topics. Well done!