Seeing Through the World: Integrales Forum Seminar

In Collaboration with Integrales Forum, Germany This six part online seminar provides an introduction to Jean Gebser’s life and integral philosophy; a guide through the structures of consciousness, leading us into the spiritual import of realizing integral consciousness in our present moment of cultural crisis and transformation. Special attention will also be brought to connecting… Continue reading Seeing Through the World: Integrales Forum Seminar

New Course: Cohering the Radical Present

I am pleased to announce that I am offering a new virtual course. “Cohering the Radical Present: Integral Consciousness in Daily Life.” Naturally, the course will be hosted online, through a newly revamped Nura Learning (under the hood, I am using Mighty Networks for the actual course space, featuring forums, modules, etc. all in one… Continue reading New Course: Cohering the Radical Present

Integral as Participatory and Phenomenological

I’m listening to Daniel Thorson’s conversation with Zak Stein today and feeling deeply receptive to it. Zak’s mention of McLuhan was particularly revelatory. It made me think of the loss/gain character of any new medium. New media extend us, but they also cut us off—like the car replacing the foot. Social media extends communication, but… Continue reading Integral as Participatory and Phenomenological

On Superordinate Goals and the Integral World

Recently I was asked by a reader and colleague to comment on a letter written by Dr. Don Beck, “Looking Beyond the Midterm Elections In Quest for Humanity’s Master Code.” It was written in 2018, and now, halfway through 2020, it holds a certain prescience worth commenting on and responding to at some length. Dr.… Continue reading On Superordinate Goals and the Integral World

MEA Conference: Media Ecology as Remediation

Next Thursday, June 18th, I have the honor of presenting a paper at the Media Ecology Association’s annual conference. This year the theme is “Communication Choices and Challenges,” and my paper is entitled: “Media Ecology as Remediation: Marshall McLuhan and Jean Gebser in Dialogue”. My abstract is shared below: In this essay, I draw from… Continue reading MEA Conference: Media Ecology as Remediation

Entangled Myths for Planetary Flourishing, ft. Gordon White

In this episode, I was joined by Gordon White, host of Rune Soup podcast, a show about magic, culture and the paranormal. Gordon is the author of The Chaos Protocols, Star.Ships, and Pieces of Eight: Chaos Magic Essays and Enchantment. Note: This episode was recorded before the new year, in December 2019. A “pre-COVID-19 tape”… Continue reading Entangled Myths for Planetary Flourishing, ft. Gordon White

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#11. The Meta-Crisis and Transitioning to a “Steady State” Civilization – Q&A [Friday Solo Show]

Mutations truly go on! As we wade further into the murky complexities of the meta-crisis, I bring you an update from COVID-19 quarantine. This is a recording from 4/2/20. Part riff, part Q&A discussion with viewers as we explore how to navigate the “meta-crisis,” including helpful ways of looking the current world state and navigating… Continue reading #11. The Meta-Crisis and Transitioning to a “Steady State” Civilization – Q&A [Friday Solo Show]

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New Course: Integral Consciousness and The Ever-Present Origin

Dear friends, I’m pleased to (finally) announce the launch of my 2020 integral course on Nura: Seeing Through the World: Integral Consciousness and The Ever-Present Origin. Enrollment is open. We begin on Sunday, February 22, 2020. There are 10 pre-recorded modules, and 9 live, interactive sessions featuring guest lectures. Our first announced guest lecturer is… Continue reading New Course: Integral Consciousness and The Ever-Present Origin

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