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Hacking the Self is a podcast, blog, and community that explores the emerging convergence of various disciplines, traditions and cultures in their attempts to understand human consciousness and promote human flourishing.

This space dives into the desire to understand The Self, or “atman,” a concept in Indian metaphysics that’s often translated as “consciousness” or “soul.” You will find collection of conversations and written articles that are sometimes esoteric but also aspire to be pragmatic and to help people understand themselves in relation to others.

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#027: What Fredrich Nietzsche Can Teach Us about Today with Peter Sjostedt-H

In this episode I spoke with philosopher Peter Sjostedt-H about the work of Fredrich Nietzsche. Peter tells us why the great German philosopher Fredrick Nietzsche is still relevant to our own era. Peter and I discuss he following topics including: Why Fredrich Nietzsche is considered one of the precursors to ...
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How our Modern Lifestyle is Undermining our Physical & Mental Health

Lost Connections: How our Modern Lifestyle is Undermining our Physical & Mental Health

Recently I've read two books that have compelled me think to about the idea of "tribalism" is a very different way: Lost Connections: Uncovering the Real Causes of Depression: and the Unexpected Solutions by Johann Hari and Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging by Sebastien Junger Tribalism is a word that usually carries negative ...
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#026: Psychology of Religion with Jungian Analyst Pittman McGehee

For anyone who is interested in the psychology of religion, especially the work of Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell, today's guest is a wealth of wisdom and insight. Pittman McGehee shares his interpretation of Christian mythology through a Jungian lens. We also discuss: How to approach the study of religion ...
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#025: A Talk about The Mythology of Pre Historic Cave Art with Bernie Taylor

In this episode Bernie Taylor shares his insights into the timeless archetypal stories that he has uncovered in pre historic cave art. Bernie's passion for his subject matter really came across. If you're interested in mythology and the work of great thinkers in the psychology of religion like Carl Jung ...
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The Morning Routine that Keeps Me Calm & Centered throughout the Day

The Morning Routine that Keeps Me Calm & Centered throughout the Day

I'm a big believer in the power of routines, especially a well structured morning routine that's adapted to your lifestyle and temperament. As someone who's not naturally high in orderliness routines are particularly important to give structure and coherence to my life: physically and psychologically. The following morning routine, including ...
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#024: Integrating Buddhism & Ayahuasca with Spring Washam

If you're interested in Buddhism and Ayahuasca you're going to love my conversation this week with Spring Washam. Guest Bio: Spring Washam is a well-known meditation teacher, author and visionary leader based in Oakland, California. She is the author of A Fierce Heart: Finding Strength, Courage and Wisdom in Any Moment. Spring is ...
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Maps of Meaning

What I’ve learned from Maps of Meaning: a course by Dr. Jordan Peterson

Over the last month I've been watching a series of lectures entitled "Maps of Meaning," which is the title of both a book and a university course delivered by psychology Professor Jordan Peterson. These lectures were for a course that Peterson taught at the University of Toronto. I'll share my ...
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How Jordan Peterson and Bret Weinstein have changed the way that I think about human behavior

How Jordan Peterson and Bret Weinstein have changed the way that I think about human behavior

Jordan Peterson and Bret Weinstein are two renegade college professors who are making a splash in larger discussions of interest to many modern, Western societies, from challenges to free speech to what evolutionary biology can teach us about human behavior. This latter point is of direct consequences to the topics ...
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