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Thursday 01 January 2015 – Statera Podcast Interview

A look at introspection and expansion of our understanding of ourselves and the Universe within and around us. How cultural clutter can prevent us from going into deep introspection and retrospection which when it is practiced allows us to better understand ourselves and our individual roles in the collective and the collective itself. How Eastern and Western philosophies of the ‘self’ can be brought together to best help us individually. The biology of human beings and it’s role in the human collective. Finding a balance between the exponential growth in technology we’re going through and the fundamental biological necessities of being a human being. Leading on from there we delve into transhumanism and how that may help in our physical, spiritual, mental and emotional evolution. We look at alternative modes of economics, predominantly resource based economies. We also look at thinkers such as Dr John Demartini, Mark Pasio, Terence McKenna, Alan Watts and others. Continue reading

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Friday 08 March 2013 – Spaceship Earth

We are not going to be able to operate our Spaceship Earth successfully nor for much longer unless we see it as a whole spaceship and our fate as common. It has to be everybody or nobody. Buckminster Fuller.

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Thursday 08 November 2012 – Eating for you, eating for all…

You truly do become what you consume… It is important that we acknowledge the interconnectedness of life. What we do to our body today, our thoughts, our behaviours and who we are now ultimately impedes on and influences who we … Continue reading

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Sunday 25 September 2011 – Leadership and moving forward…

Can we move away from where we are currently situated within the context of a socioeconomic, geopolitical and cultural context?

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