From the inception of Rebel Wisdom, we've been exploring how to create experiences that help us to live out the ideas we curate in our films, articles and podcasts. We believe that in order to meet the challenges we face as a species, from increasing polarisation to a fractured information ecology, we need to come together in new ways, bringing together the best of ancient practices with modern theory.
We host larger experiences like the Rebel Wisdom Festival, a regular monthly meetup, our monthly Sovereignty Gym, men's and women's retreats, a Sensemaking Retreat and talks with guest speakers. In each, we endeavour to create an environment that helps us to drop into a liminal space in which we're open to hearing new ideas, able to articulate our thoughts clearly and come into contact with one another more authentically.
A full list of our upcoming experiences:
We are in times of crisis and opportunity, when true change is possible - and when the mythopoetic can help us see more clearly. In this clip from the Rebel Wisdom Member Q&A, culture hacker and futurist Jordan Hall explains the ancient concepts of Kairos and Chronos. @jgreenhall
Rebel Wisdom is hosting a free online event on Sunday, 5 April: 'Resilience & Sensemaking'.
A day of talks and practices to help you increase your resilience and sharpen your sensemaking. Read more and register on rebelwisdom.co.uk/oneday
New film out - intellectual titans John Vervaeke and Iain McGilchrist in conversation for the first time ever. A deep dive into two brilliant and related models of how we perceive, and how we can develop wisdom. youtu.be/JdB-BMdgFbk
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