Podcast 324 – “Esalen 2012 Redux”

Guest speaker: Bruce Damer

PROGRAM NOTES:

Today’s program consists of ten separate pieces from a June 2012 workshop at the Esalen Institute, eight of which are by Bruce Damer. Here are the titles that Bruce has given to these short talks:
–Are we all becoming autistic astronauts?
–On our dual bonobo and chimp nature
–The things I loved about Terence
–Esalen @ 50
–“Procreate only once” (and we will have a future)
–The wellspring of human consciousness
–Terence’s greatest Rap: Its all about Love, and where to now, Butterfly Hunter?
Following that we will be hearing the two closing segments of the workshop. The first is the “Rap for Terence” by Earth Girl and following that comes Galen Brandt singing her tribute to Terence titled “Aho Terence floating in the sky”

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2 Comments

  1. Jarod Q Said,

    August 30, 2012 @ 6:41 pm

    Man, I really enjoyed this podcast. Of course, I enjoy every podcast, but I found Bruce’s talks very interesting, very thought-provoking. He’s still second to Mr. Mckenna in terms of eloquence, but in my opinion, he’s in the same league. I certainly respect and appreciate him, and find him very intelligent.

    Strangely, despite finding Earth Girl somewhat off-putting in the last podcast, I found her Rap beautiful and inspiring. Thank you, Sister.

    Thanks again for all your work Lorenzo! I am forever appreciative.

  2. Joe Said,

    August 31, 2012 @ 4:58 pm

    Hello Lorenzo…thank you for presenting this great archive.
    Nice photo of Damer + good work on the editing!
    thankyou thankyou for sharing your personal insights motivations etc… The form of the podcast and website feels welcoming to me, its like catching up with an intimate old friend every time i visit

    [COMMENT by Lorenzo: . . . :-), thanks!]