Exploring the liminal space between science and spirituality, philosophy and politics, art, creativity – working towards the conscious evolution of humanity.

 
Accidental gods aims to provide all the tools we could ever need to understand the potential of this moment – and ourselves within it. Unconscious evolution got us this far: now we can make the next step one of conscious evolution, consciously chosen.
 
In a world where ideas grow faster than anything, we curate the cutting edge of neuroscience and psycho-technologies, connected spirituality and resilience, politics, philosophy and human creativity so that – together – we can choose a different future.

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RECENT EPISODES

#49  Spiritual Activism, Raw Courage and Being the Change: Sophie Miller of the Red Rebel Brigade

In the midst of nonviolent direct action, is a red thread, holding the liminal space between the old and the new, between action and re-action, between hope and extinction. The Red Rebel Brigade is a distinctive feature of XR Actions and here we have a glimpse from the inside.

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#48  Codes for a Healthy Earth: New rules for a flourishing world with Shelley Ostroff

We cannot save the planet by playing by the rules, so the rules have to be changed.” (Greta Thunberg)

So how do we change them? What new rules might we all sign up to? Shelley Ostroff talks of her Earth Codes as a basis for a generative future.

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#47  Adapting Business: creating jobs that feel worthwhile with Mike Raven of AQai

How do we shift the narratives of business so that it becomes part of the solution, not the core of the problem?

Mike Raven of AQAI explores the ways business can adapt – and become part of a genuinely regenerative future.

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#46  City Repair: Planet Repair: Human Repair. Mark Lakeman on building regenerative cities

How can we rebuild our cities to become place of community, connection and coherence? How can we build multi-generational tribes that thrive and support each other in the hearts of our urban areas? Mark Lakeman of the City Repair project explains the changes he has made – and continues to make.

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