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State of Emergence

Terry Patten

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State of Emergence

State of Emergence

Terry Patten

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Followers
55
Plays
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Conversations at the leading edge of human intelligence & maturity - facing the darkness and alive to the hope on the other side of it.

Latest Episodes

043 Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman – Is It Trickster Time?

Deep thinkers and community innovators Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman reflect on the nature of sanity, evil, community, and “living culture.” They explore what’s happening in the U.S., intuiting archetypal energies of the “trickster” and the “wild woman” and they imagine how we can nurture wholeness through invitation, hospitality, humility, and humor. Dougald is the founder of the Dark Mountain Project and Spacemakers, and he and Anna recently launched the learning community, A School Called H

110 min1 w ago
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043 Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman – Is It Trickster Time?

042 Carter Phipps – Toward Transpartisan Societal Redesign

Insightful author and consultant Carter Phipps explores our intensifying political, economic, and cultural crises by reflecting on the ways progressive cities do not resemble the healthy and sustainable future societies we envision. He suggests how progressives might effectively care for and criticize their own tribe, while also integrating innovative conservative solutions. Carter is the co-author of Conscious Leadership, author of Evolutionaries, and co-founder of the Institute for Cultural Evolution.

102 min2 w ago
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042 Carter Phipps – Toward Transpartisan Societal Redesign

041 Jim Garrison – Stories, Collective Madness, and Radical Collaboration

Lifetime social and political activist Jim Garrison reflects on the extreme state of our world and reinterprets our collective madness in light of the wisdom of the natural world, and the archetypes of apocalyptic stories. He and Terry imagine what it means to radically collaborate at a level we’ve never needed to before. Jim was Co-Founder of the Gorbachev Foundation and State of the World Forum with Mikhail Gorbachev. He also served as President of Wisdom University and founded Ubiquity University.

91 min3 w ago
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041 Jim Garrison – Stories, Collective Madness, and Radical Collaboration

040 Daniel Thorson – Curiosity Meets Curiosity Meets Care

Monastic, community leader and host of the Emerge podcast Daniel Thorson joins Terry for a tender and spacious inquiry into what really matters in this vulnerable and sacred collective moment. Daniel shares how a 3-year journey into intellectual sensemaking “crystalized”, and led him to dedicated monastic practice and curiosity about how to care for the people around him. Daniel works at the Monastic Academy, which he trains wise, powerful, and loving leaders for social and environmental peace.

105 minAUG 4
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040 Daniel Thorson – Curiosity Meets Curiosity Meets Care

038 Gibrán Rivera – White Supremacy, Woke Fundamentalism, and Evolutionary Allyship

Master facilitator and social impact consultant Gibrán Rivera explores how social justice work might evolve to better serve the flourishing of life in one another and cultivate a “we” in the aliveness between us. Gibrán helps turn impact organizations into “networks of collaborative leadership." He's been a leader at Roxbury’s La Alianza Hispana, Iniciativa, MassVOTE, Schott Foundation for Public Education, and the Center for Nonprofits & Voting. He is also the creator of The Better Men Project.

90 minJUL 18
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038 Gibrán Rivera – White Supremacy, Woke Fundamentalism, and Evolutionary Allyship

037 Charles Eisenstein – From Dehumanization to Sacralization

The original, caring, and influential thinker Charles Eisenstein explores the pattern of dehumanization across human culture and what is required to support a pattern of sacralization — to restore the sacredness of one another and the natural world through our listening, sensemaking, generosity, and relationships. Charles is the author of Sacred Economics, The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, and Climate: A New Story. Two of his noteworthy essays are The Coronation and The Conspiracy Myth

108 minJUL 11
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037 Charles Eisenstein – From Dehumanization to Sacralization

036 Spring Washam – Medicine for the Heart When the World Needs Our Courage

Gracious meditation teacher, author, shamanic practitioner, and community leader Spring Washam offers compassionate guidance for becoming a courageous ally to people of color and the more-than-human world, guided by our conscious heart intelligence.Spring is Co-Founder of East Bay Meditation Center in Oakland and Founder of Lotus Vine Journeys, an organization that blends indigenous practices with Buddhist wisdom. She is the author of A Fierce Heart: Finding Strength, Courage and Wisdom in Any Moment.

71 minJUL 4
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036 Spring Washam – Medicine for the Heart When the World Needs Our Courage

035 Growing into Holistic Antiracism

In this episode, we share a recent talk Terry Patten gave on "holistic antiracism" to a mostly white community of caring spiritual practitioners. Terry shares he is very much still in process, still learning, not anywhere near the end of this journey. He knows this is a far-from-perfected communication, but decided his most caring and courageous way forward is to lay it on the line, in hopes it will help others on the path. We are all still educating ourselves, still growing. That’s a beginning.

48 minJUN 27
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035 Growing into Holistic Antiracism

034 Peter Limberg – Right Relationship Amidst the Spectacle

Writer, thinker, podcaster, community convenor and Stoic Peter Limberg joins Terry to consider how we can navigate our fast-changing cultural landscapes amidst the meta-crisis in a way that brings memetic tribes into conversation and fosters authenticity, wholeness, and embodiment. Peter convenes a series of online meetings called The Stoa, exploring personal transformation, authentic relating, and sensemaking. Peter also co-authored the influential essay, Memetic Tribes and Culture War 2.0 in 2018.

98 minJUN 20
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034 Peter Limberg – Right Relationship Amidst the Spectacle

033 Richard D. Bartlett – Small Social Experiments and Macro-Scale Social Transformation

Social entrepreneur and community innovator Richard D. Bartlett joins Terry to explore the dynamics, challenges and potentials of conscious communities, and the possibility for small-scale social experiments of “micro-solidarity” to scale to meet our global challenges. Richard is Co-Founded of Loomio and a Director of Enspiral — a network of people supporting each other for doing meaningful work. His new project is called Microsolidarity and his first book is Patterns for Decentralised Organising.

100 minJUN 13
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033 Richard D. Bartlett – Small Social Experiments and Macro-Scale Social Transformation

Latest Episodes

043 Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman – Is It Trickster Time?

Deep thinkers and community innovators Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman reflect on the nature of sanity, evil, community, and “living culture.” They explore what’s happening in the U.S., intuiting archetypal energies of the “trickster” and the “wild woman” and they imagine how we can nurture wholeness through invitation, hospitality, humility, and humor. Dougald is the founder of the Dark Mountain Project and Spacemakers, and he and Anna recently launched the learning community, A School Called H

110 min1 w ago
Comments
043 Dougald Hine & Anna Björkman – Is It Trickster Time?

042 Carter Phipps – Toward Transpartisan Societal Redesign

Insightful author and consultant Carter Phipps explores our intensifying political, economic, and cultural crises by reflecting on the ways progressive cities do not resemble the healthy and sustainable future societies we envision. He suggests how progressives might effectively care for and criticize their own tribe, while also integrating innovative conservative solutions. Carter is the co-author of Conscious Leadership, author of Evolutionaries, and co-founder of the Institute for Cultural Evolution.

102 min2 w ago
Comments
042 Carter Phipps – Toward Transpartisan Societal Redesign

041 Jim Garrison – Stories, Collective Madness, and Radical Collaboration

Lifetime social and political activist Jim Garrison reflects on the extreme state of our world and reinterprets our collective madness in light of the wisdom of the natural world, and the archetypes of apocalyptic stories. He and Terry imagine what it means to radically collaborate at a level we’ve never needed to before. Jim was Co-Founder of the Gorbachev Foundation and State of the World Forum with Mikhail Gorbachev. He also served as President of Wisdom University and founded Ubiquity University.

91 min3 w ago
Comments
041 Jim Garrison – Stories, Collective Madness, and Radical Collaboration

040 Daniel Thorson – Curiosity Meets Curiosity Meets Care

Monastic, community leader and host of the Emerge podcast Daniel Thorson joins Terry for a tender and spacious inquiry into what really matters in this vulnerable and sacred collective moment. Daniel shares how a 3-year journey into intellectual sensemaking “crystalized”, and led him to dedicated monastic practice and curiosity about how to care for the people around him. Daniel works at the Monastic Academy, which he trains wise, powerful, and loving leaders for social and environmental peace.

105 minAUG 4
Comments
040 Daniel Thorson – Curiosity Meets Curiosity Meets Care

038 Gibrán Rivera – White Supremacy, Woke Fundamentalism, and Evolutionary Allyship

Master facilitator and social impact consultant Gibrán Rivera explores how social justice work might evolve to better serve the flourishing of life in one another and cultivate a “we” in the aliveness between us. Gibrán helps turn impact organizations into “networks of collaborative leadership." He's been a leader at Roxbury’s La Alianza Hispana, Iniciativa, MassVOTE, Schott Foundation for Public Education, and the Center for Nonprofits & Voting. He is also the creator of The Better Men Project.

90 minJUL 18
Comments
038 Gibrán Rivera – White Supremacy, Woke Fundamentalism, and Evolutionary Allyship

037 Charles Eisenstein – From Dehumanization to Sacralization

The original, caring, and influential thinker Charles Eisenstein explores the pattern of dehumanization across human culture and what is required to support a pattern of sacralization — to restore the sacredness of one another and the natural world through our listening, sensemaking, generosity, and relationships. Charles is the author of Sacred Economics, The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, and Climate: A New Story. Two of his noteworthy essays are The Coronation and The Conspiracy Myth

108 minJUL 11
Comments
037 Charles Eisenstein – From Dehumanization to Sacralization

036 Spring Washam – Medicine for the Heart When the World Needs Our Courage

Gracious meditation teacher, author, shamanic practitioner, and community leader Spring Washam offers compassionate guidance for becoming a courageous ally to people of color and the more-than-human world, guided by our conscious heart intelligence.Spring is Co-Founder of East Bay Meditation Center in Oakland and Founder of Lotus Vine Journeys, an organization that blends indigenous practices with Buddhist wisdom. She is the author of A Fierce Heart: Finding Strength, Courage and Wisdom in Any Moment.

71 minJUL 4
Comments
036 Spring Washam – Medicine for the Heart When the World Needs Our Courage

035 Growing into Holistic Antiracism

In this episode, we share a recent talk Terry Patten gave on "holistic antiracism" to a mostly white community of caring spiritual practitioners. Terry shares he is very much still in process, still learning, not anywhere near the end of this journey. He knows this is a far-from-perfected communication, but decided his most caring and courageous way forward is to lay it on the line, in hopes it will help others on the path. We are all still educating ourselves, still growing. That’s a beginning.

48 minJUN 27
Comments
035 Growing into Holistic Antiracism

034 Peter Limberg – Right Relationship Amidst the Spectacle

Writer, thinker, podcaster, community convenor and Stoic Peter Limberg joins Terry to consider how we can navigate our fast-changing cultural landscapes amidst the meta-crisis in a way that brings memetic tribes into conversation and fosters authenticity, wholeness, and embodiment. Peter convenes a series of online meetings called The Stoa, exploring personal transformation, authentic relating, and sensemaking. Peter also co-authored the influential essay, Memetic Tribes and Culture War 2.0 in 2018.

98 minJUN 20
Comments
034 Peter Limberg – Right Relationship Amidst the Spectacle

033 Richard D. Bartlett – Small Social Experiments and Macro-Scale Social Transformation

Social entrepreneur and community innovator Richard D. Bartlett joins Terry to explore the dynamics, challenges and potentials of conscious communities, and the possibility for small-scale social experiments of “micro-solidarity” to scale to meet our global challenges. Richard is Co-Founded of Loomio and a Director of Enspiral — a network of people supporting each other for doing meaningful work. His new project is called Microsolidarity and his first book is Patterns for Decentralised Organising.

100 minJUN 13
Comments
033 Richard D. Bartlett – Small Social Experiments and Macro-Scale Social Transformation
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