In this week’s episode Daniel Pinchbeck speaks with Joanna about: a passionate inquiry about human transformation; looking for a deeper paradigm shift; a spiritual (r)evolution and initiation process for the human species; ayahuasca’s role in the cultural and spiritual shift; Tamera community, exploring a a new radical template for a new society; bringing Eros back into a conscious community; reaching a cultural tipping point;; Buckminster Fuller and the application of design intelligence to a more awake culture; traditional religions adapting to ecological regeneration; the crisis of human civilization as part of an evolutionary process; a great area of discovery: the untapped, psychic human potential; Trump, the ultimate manifestation of the shadow of a culture lacking initiation; harking back to indigenous cultures for wisdom.
Daniel Pinchbeck is the author of “Breaking Open the Head”, “2012” The Return of Quetzalcoatl”, and “Notes from the Edge Times”. In 2007, he launched the web magazine Reality Sandwich and cofounded Evolver.net with Ken Jordan, Michael Robinson, and Talat Philips. Daniel has been a speaker at conferences around the world, including DazedFest in London, Horizons in New York, Breaking Convention in London, and the World Psychedelic Forum. His newest book is “How Soon Is Now?”, a look at the ecological crisis as a rite of passage or initiation for humanity and proposes a “blueprint for the future” – how we must redesign our technical and social systems to avert the worst consequences of ecological collapse.
“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik