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Best Euvie Ivanova podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Euvie Ivanova podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Future Thinkers is a media platform, community, and education portal dedicated to the evolution of society, technology, and consciousness. Helping you become better adapted to our uncertain future. As seen in BBC, Forbes, World Economic Forum, and iTunes Top 40. Created by Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova.
 
We are transforming ourselves into something very different from our hunter-gatherer ancestors. This process is called Transhumanism. It is a strange timeline indeed. Utopias don’t exist - so what might a good timeline look like? Ryan Ferris discusses topics such as Consciousness, Psychology, Economics, Space Travel, Psychedelics, Meme Theory, Music, Sexuality & Buddhism with experts from Harvard, Stanford & Oxford, politicians, musicians, scientists & writers to try and find an answer.
 
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This is the 2nd livestream we did on the second-order effects of coronavirus on society, politics, and economy. The recording is from March 13, so some of the things we talk about here have already happened, or are happening right now in the world. Links And Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Consequences of COVID-19 Pandemic, livestream replay o…
 
Do you hear the call right now? The call to rise up, to step into your power, to be the hero. To take actions for yourself, your community, and your world. These are the tests that we've been waiting for. This is the call to be a Hero. This is where you can demonstrate the fruits of your inner work. In times of uncertainty, the best things you can …
 
The world is currently experiencing an unprecedented historical experience. Many of us find ourselves somewhere amidst the confusion and seeming chaos, looking for a way to orient ourselves, to be of service to our families and our communities, and for the opportunity hidden somewhere within the fog of emergent confusion. If you have been doing the…
 
Our guest in this episode is Bonnitta Roy, an author, philosopher, and teacher who’s focusing on building greater capacities for human sense-making. We talk about group processes, ego deconstruction and shadow work in group setting, the insights into the nature of the mind, and rediscovering our evolutionary spiritual capacities. Show notes: http:/…
 
Noah Gundersen is an American indie folk singer-songwriter from Seattle. We discuss: truth and meaning within art; the value of intuition in songwriting; America and Modernity; self determination and free will; balancing peace and achievement; what freedom means to Noah; the age of physical and digital identity; spirituality and finding meaning out…
 
In this episode we are discussing the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, the kinds of effects it is having on global systems, what kinds of societal changes and opportunities arise from it, and how individual can cope with this increasingly difficult situation. Resources: COVID-19: The Basics You Need To Know - https://medium.com/futurethinkers/covid…
 
Part 3 of 3 of our chat with Andres Gomez Emilsson (part one here & part two here) We discuss: DMT Entities, so called "possessions" and how we might determine experimentally whether the entities are real (in the sense of other) or not (in the sense of self rendered); memetic hazard of weird discoveries; epistemological optimism; carriers of identi…
 
I get faced with the question, "Why would you do more than one plant medicine retreat or ceremony? What is the value?" And really, fundamentally, after doing one, you're a different person. Really. Completely. Particularly if you dive super deep into process, you can fundamentally transform. And with that brings a whole different life; a whole diff…
 
Part 2 of 3 of our chat with Andres Gomez Emilsson of the Qualia Research Institute (part one here) We discuss: game theory of mainstream open individualism; the politics of paradise engineering; selection pressures on ancient societal modes of being; stroboscopic brain entrainment tech + leads on actual tech-facilitated mind melding (based on lead…
 
“Here’s the thing. You are not responsible for other people’s feelings. They’re not incompetent children. They’re adults who can handle their own feelings. They can work through disappointment, hurt, anger, sadness, and upset. In fact, doing so will make them stronger and healthier in the long run. You cannot stop others from feeling all discomfort…
 
In today’s episode of the HighExistence podcast I sit down for a wild and wide-ranging discussion with Eric James. Eric is a serial entrepreneur, award-winning photographer, magician, app developer, and all-around polymath who has discovered principles that help him engineer his own luck. It just so happens that I met Eric in a stroke of luck 5 yea…
 
In the last part of our interview with Ken Wilber we discuss the potential flaws of Integral Theory and Integral movement, as well as the problem of charismatic leaders who have a lot of unchecked shadow material. Show notes: http://www.futurethinkers.org/kenwilber ===FUTURE THINKERS MEMBERS PORTAL=== Registration for Future Thinkers Membership clo…
 
Andres Gomez Emilsson is a consciousness researcher and data science engineer with a Master's in computational psychology from Stanford University. He is a core member of the Qualia Research Institute and curates the blog Qualia Computing. James and I chat to Andres and catch up on developments at the QRI in the past 18 months. In part one we discu…
 
In this part of our interview with philosopher Ken Wilber, we talk about useful practices for cleaning up, waking up, growing up, and showing up for life. Show notes: http://www.futurethinkers.org/113 Become a Future Thinker Member: http://www.futurethinkers.org/members ===FUTURE THINKERS GIVEAWAY 2020=== Enter the 2nd round of our giveaway contest…
 
Mike Gilliland and Euvie Ivanova sort of remind me of a Sagacious Power Couple from another dimension. Their Future Thinkers Podcast—focused on evolving technology, society, and consciousness—has garnered 3.5 million downloads since its genesis in 2014. They've interviewed Titans of Insight such as Daniel Schmachtenberger, Ken Wilber, Jordan Peters…
 
In this episode we talk to the philosopher Ken Wilber about the transition to so-called 2nd tier stages of human development. Ken also comments on the Metamodernism movement, and identifies the people who embody the 2nd tier thinking today. Show notes and previous parts of the interview: http://www.futurethinkers.org/110 ===GIVEAWAY CONTINUES!=== E…
 
This is the beginning of our series of interviews with Ken Wilber. Ken Wilber is the author of over 25 books and the creator of Integral Theory, which has been one of the most influential frameworks for understanding the stages of human development. For that he’s been sometimes called the “Einstein of consciousness studies”. This is a multi-part in…
 
“Epigenetics can be passed down inter-generationally. Indigenous traditions have the idea that what you do in your lifetime will impact 7 generations down from you. There’s actually good scientific backing for this idea now.” — David Krantz, HEx Podcast #29 It took me nearly an hour to pick my jaw up off the floor after speaking with David. He's ju…
 
It has to be sustainable. You could have a productivity system of working 72 hours straight at the beginning of the week and get everything done. Cool, you can do that but you're probably going to last two weeks, tops. This is a long marathon. I think the best way to conceptualize it is as a marathon of sprints. So you sprint—you work really hard o…
 
Our guest in this podcast episode is Dr. Dayna Baumeister, a researcher, consultant, and educator in the field of biomimicry. She is the co-founder of Biomimicry 3.8., a project that trains change-makers in sustainable design principles inspired by nature’s forms, processes, and ecosystems. Dayna and her business partner Janine Benyus have develope…
 
"A lot of people talk about art and creativity being as being a spontaneous thing. I don't have those views. For me art is a developed practice as well. You can be truly artistic but have zero developed skill. And you can be not artistic and have a developed skill. There are multiple examples if you go and research it of whoever you think is the mo…
 
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