In Episode 68, I talk with a holistic women’s health psychiatrist, who explains why we don’t have to be medicating our mental, emotional, and physical pain away – and why the best way out is through our trauma.
Today’s guest is a deep thinker who has managed to remove himself from academic postmodernism and crafted what he calls Metamodernism as a “next step” for humanity.
Hanzi Freinacht is a political philosopher, historian & sociologist, author of The Listening Society, Nordic Ideology, and the upcoming book The 6 Hidden Patterns of World History.
Today’s guest is someone who aligns with my mission for Humor: My favorite living comedian Pete Holmes!
Pete is a comedian, actor, writer, producer, television host, spiritual seeker, and podcast host. His wildly popular podcast You Made it Weird is a comedic exploration of the meaning of life with guests ranging from Deepak Chopra and Elizabeth Gilbert to Seth Rogen and Garry Shandlin. Pete also created and starred in the semi-auto-bio-graphical HBO show Crashing, which he executive produced alongside Judd Apatow. An accomplished stand-up with three hour-long television specials and innumerous late-night appearances, he tours regularly (when we’re not in a pandemic) to sold-out crowds.