Join the Mutations community for a discussion on Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age. We convene on May 31st on Zoom.
Seeing Through the World – German Edition
I am simply enthralled, honored, humbled to let my readers know that Seeing Through the World is now available in German through Phänomen Verlag.
New Gebser Course in March 2023
Seeing Through the World is receiving a fresh start this year. Join me for a weekly, live-recorded class introducing Jean Gebser and The Ever-Present Origin.
30. Animist Storms & the Five Shen ft. John Anderson
John Anderson is the author of The Way of the Living Ghost, and Opening the Vermillion Spirit. In this conversation, we explore the intersection of Chinese Medicine, Daoist philosophy, temporal arts, and animist attitudes towards Anthropocene conditions.
New Course in August: Fragments of an Integral Future
Introducing a new course starting August 23: Fragments of an Integral Future: Re-Visioning Consciousness Unfoldment in a Time Between Worlds.
Emergence, the Third Attractor, and the Presence of the Future
Note: I wrote this introductory piece in the days leading up to the Emerge Gathering in Austin, Texas. Daniel Schmachtenberger proposed framing the conference around the question of a “third attractor,” while Jeremy Lent clarified this attractor involves the creation of an ecological civilization. My readers might appreciate some of the themes cohering below. This…
April/May 2022 – Otherlands, Other Futures, and Complex Thinking
Here are a few books that have “stuck” with me lately, or rather that I am sticking with for their themes on embodying ecological thought, deep time, and planetary complexity.
World of Wisdom chat with Amit Paul
I recently had the pleasure of joining Amit Paul for a conversation on World of Wisdom podcast. Listen to, “”Gebser, Development, Liminality, Relationality and Why it’s Crucial to Decenter Progress.”
Three Theses on Liminality: On Thresholds, Interregnums, and Coyolxuahqui
We inhabit the present: this liminal, interim reality where old identities and subjectivities are unspooling. Yet, simultaneously, there is an invitation to remake ourselves and our world, or better yet remake ourselves in relationship with the world.
24. Mutations, Imagination, Futurability
I’m tempted to describe it as a kind of “evolutionary triptych” for consciousness efflorescence. Tempted.