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Understanding Conscious Evolution


Robert Cobbold
Why did you choose this theme? 

Conscious evolution is a fascinating new way of thinking about this extraordinary moment in the evolution of life on Earth. Conscious evolution refers to the theoretical ability of human beings to be conscious participants in the evolution of their cultures.

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Conscious Evolution
Conscious Evolution

In this episode, we are introduced to the concept of conscious evolution. The host (and our curator) goes into the undoing and unlearning of societal conditional required by conscious evolution. It’s fascinating, and envisions humanity's next evolutionary step.

Future Thinkers
Daniel Schmachtenberger - The Existential Game

This podcast explores the evolution, technology, and consciousness of society, and is committed to helping people become better adapted to our future. This episode features Daniel Schmachtenberger, a founding member of the Consilience Project, which aims to catalyze a cultural movement toward higher-quality sense-making. 

The Jim Rutt Show
Hanzi Freinacht on Metamodernism 

Hanzi Freinacht is a political philosopher, historian, sociologist, and author. Freinacht and host Jim Rutt explore what postmodern views are and how many postmodernists there might be. 

Accidental Gods
Four Arrows Flying: Alnoor Ladha

This podcast explores the liminal space between science and spirituality, philosophy and politics, and art and activism. In this episode, Alnoor Ladha, a mystic, visionary, activist, and regenerative farmer, explores four ways to change the world through the power of storytelling, specifically the storytelling we do with ourselves. 

Future Thinkers
Rites of Passage For Cultural Evolution

In this episode, we meet Joe Brewer, executive director of the Center for Applied Cultural Evolution. Brewer is a complexity researcher, cognitive scientist, and evangelist for regenerative culture design.

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The Art of Manliness 

If you're sick of having to wade through two hours of fluff in order to get a few good takeaways, tune into the Art of Manliness podcast. Their goal is to help men become better husbands, fathers, and just all around solid dudes. You'll walk away with actionable insights you can start implementing to improve your life. 

This Week on Feedback with EarBuds...

We speak with someone with a wikipedia page and an honorary doctorate who is not yet 20 years old. Mya-Rose Craig, AKA Birdgirl, is an ornithologist and campaigner for equal rights. She hosts a podcast called Get Birding. PLUS can't-miss podcast recommendations.


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✏️Aclass: Black Voices is a free online event and masterclass for Black podcasters and podcast industry workers, covering topics like podcast creation, storytelling, and career navigation. Featured speakers include DeRay Mckesson, Yolanda Sangweni, and Noleca Radway. Attend free by RSVPing.

💪The Cancer Mavericks is a new and groundbreaking eight-part, serialized podcast documentary, told from the perspective of the patient, about the pioneering advocates who launched the war on cancer more than 50 years ago.

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👩‍👧Julie Neale, host of A Mother's Quest, curated this list of motherhood-centric podcasts for the EarBuds blog. Read it here

👡Shoutout to Celebrity Catch Up podcast. We ran a consultation session with host Genevieve earlier this week. Learn more about our free consultation sessions here.

🌟MOST CLICKED: Last week's most clicked-on podcast recommendation of our Podcasts for Theatre Lovers theme was this episode from Black Hair in the Big Leagues

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She's All Fat

This podcast is about radical self love and existing in the world while fat. They bring on a wide variety of guests to talk about fatness in the media, challenges in accessibility that fat people face, and the intersectionality between fatness and other marginalized identities. 

- Bethany Berger, EarBuds advisory board member and host of Big Fat Book Club
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