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This is a podcast for people who are curious about the world and themselves featuring talks and conversations presented by the Public Programs department of California Institute of Integral Studies, a non-profit university in San Francisco. Listen to a diverse array of world-renowned scholars, leaders, authors, artists, and thinkers who all explore new perspectives about ourselves and our society.
 
Podcast donde trataremos temas interesantes sobre la práctica del docente a nivel superior y posgrados, con temas acerca de las tecnologías de la información para mejorar la práctica docente, la investigación educativa; y temas sobre la enseñanza y el aprendizaje de las ciencias básicas, a través de pláticas sencillas para estudiantes y docentes del Tecnológico Nacional de México y además profesionales interesados en la formación de capital humano para el desarrollo del país y las nuevas ten ...
 
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Five years ago, author and journalist Lauren Martin had a good job in New York, an apartment in Brooklyn, and a boyfriend she loved, but she was wrestling with feelings of inferiority, anxiety, and irritability. She began to figure out why she was having these negative emotions and how to control them by posting her thoughts and questions online, a…
 
This week, we are revisiting an episode originally recorded early in the COVID-19 pandemic during one of our first live streaming online events on April 23rd, 2020.In this episode, CIIS professor and renowned scholar Richard Tarnas shares astrological insights into the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, which he describes as “a time in which there are …
 
This week, we are revisiting an episode from our archives featuring a conversation with neuroscientist Matthew Walker about his groundbreaking exploration of sleep and its transformative power to change our lives for the better. This episode was originally recorded live with an in-person audience on October 9th, 2017. A transcript is available at c…
 
This week, we are revisiting an episode from our archives featuring a conversation with astrologer Jessica Lanyadoo about self-compassion, astrology, and why you should never look at your crush’s chart. This episode was originally recorded live with an in-person audience on March 20th, 2019. A transcript is available at ciispod.com.…
 
This week, we are revisiting an episode from our archives featuring a conversation with journalist Celeste Headlee exploring ways to have meaningful conversations in a politically and socially polarized time. This episode was originally recorded live with an in-person audience on February 22nd, 2018. A transcript is available at ciispod.com.…
 
As psychedelics continue to move into the mainstream, more people are exploring their use for healing through spiritual transformation. Throughout human history the primary use of psychedelics has been for spiritual practices. Indigenous cultures continue to use plant medicines to connect with their cultural and spiritual beliefs. Yet today’s socie…
 
What exactly is sexual attraction and what is it like to go through life not experiencing it? What does asexuality reveal about gender roles, romance and consent, and the pressures of society? In her latest book, Ace, journalist Angela Chen set out to further understand her own asexuality by examining the perspectives of a diverse group of asexual …
 
One of the most distinguished voices in American literature, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and poet N. Scott Momaday has devoted much of his life to celebrating and preserving Native American culture, especially its oral tradition. A member of the Kiowa tribe who was born and grew up on Indian reservations throughout the Southwest, Dr. Momaday ha…
 
This week, we are revisiting an episode from our archives featuring a conversation about food, family, and more with author and chef Nik Sharma originally recorded on December 4th, 2018 in front of a live audience at CIIS. We recognize that our university’s building in San Francisco occupies traditional, unceded Ramaytush Ohlone lands. If you are i…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we are talking about how to excel in CII professional qualifications.We are joined by Mark Randall, winner of The Henry J Tapscott Prize for Excellence in completion of the Advanced Diploma in Insurance qualification, and Gill White, Chief Customer Officer at the CII.To find out more about this podcast and for useful…
 
Rick Doblin, founder and executive director of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), has been a relentless advocate for developing legal contexts for the beneficial uses of psychedelics paired with psychotherapy for decades.In this episode, licensed psychotherapist and CIIS assistant professor Gisele Fernandes has a fasc…
 
In this episode of the podcast, recorded on 11 November, we are discussing lessons from the FCA’s business interruption ruling. We are joined by Michael Frisby, Partner at the Stevens and Bolton law firm, and Melissa Collett, Professional Standards director at the CII.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
As a body justice advocate and leader Dr. Joy Arlene Renee Cox believes that the spaces carved out by third-wave feminism and the fat liberation movement fail at achieving true inclusivity and intersectionality. She believes that fat Black women need to create their own safe spaces and community—instead of tirelessly working to educate, chastise, a…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about building financial resilience and helping vulnerable clients. We are joined by Robin Melley, Chartered Financial Planner of the year 2020, and founder of Matrix Capital, and Keith Richards, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society. To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go…
 
Both science and philosophy have traditionally conceived of the self as though it were separate from the world. Italian philosopher, psychologist, and AI engineer Riccardo Manzotti asks us to consider consciousness in a radical new way: Our conscious experience is actually one and the same with the external world.In this unique conversation, philos…
 
Shot at by police as an 11-year-old child for playing baseball in the wrong spot, as an adult Larry Ward continued to experience racialized trauma when his home was firebombed by racists. At Plum Village Monastery in France, he found a way to heal with his teacher, Vietnamese peace activist and Zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh.Now a Zen Buddhist teacher…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about the importance of Black role models in the insurance profession. We are joined by Maxine Goddard, Strategic Operations Leader of Zurich and Head of Partnerships for The Insurance Cultural Awareness Network, and Patrick Okolo, Global Specialist at Willis Towers Watson.…
 
We live in a world where entitlement, incivility, and narcissism are incentivized. How do we learn to negotiate a world that often gaslights us and empowers the loudest and most toxic voices?In this episode, CIIS Community Mental Health professor and psychologist Elizabeth Markle has a conversation with psychologist and narcissism expert Dr. Ramani…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about how advisers and insurers can protect their clients from the latest scams. We are joined by Alain Desmier, Founder of Contact State, and George Tsounias, Education Relationship Manager at the CII and PFS.To find out more about this podcast and for useful links go to thejournal.cii.co.uk/podcasts…
 
In these pandemic times, and times of racial justice uprising and reckoning, the failure of U.S. and global health care systems to meet human need or to even ensure the basic safety of health care providers continues to be revealed. How did we get here? In this episode, CIIS Faculty and multi-sector social justice organizer Mordecai Ettinger offers…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about how Covid-19 has impacted trust in the insurance profession. We are joined by Jeremy Trott, Non-executive Director of the Society of Claims Professionals and Claims Director of Ecclesiastical Insurance, and Dr Matt Connell, director of policy and public affairs at the CII.…
 
Mainstream feminists rarely talk about meeting basic needs as a feminist issue, but food insecurity, access to quality education, safe neighborhoods, a living wage, and medical care are all feminist issues. All too often, however, the focus is not on basic survival for the many, but on increasing privilege for the few.In Mikki Kendall's latest book…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about how financial advisers are adapting to the new normal. We are joined by Sarah Lord, President of the Personal Finance Society and Chief Client Officer of Succession Wealth, and Keith Richards, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
We all tell ourselves stories about who we are. Many of these stories are self-critical and disempowering. Through the practice of self-compassion, we can rewrite these stories and become more authentic and powerful versions of ourselves—transforming not only our own lives but also the lives of those around us. For author Marianne Ingheim the pract…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about making the insurance profession more inclusive for those with a history of poor mental health. We are joined by James Moorhouse, Content Manager at the CII, and Claire Russell, CEO and Founder, Mental Health in Business Ltdद्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
This week, we are showcasing selections from three previous episodes featuring California-based voices for change. We begin with Kazu Haga joined in February 2020 by CIIS professor and restorative justice expert Sonya Shah for a conversation about his life, his experiences utilizing Kingian Nonviolence, and his book, Healing Resistance. The second …
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about starting conversations about care and how people can build and maintain financial resilience for later life. We are joined by Damian Green, MP for Ashford, and Sophia Kleanthous, Campaigns Adviser at the Chartered Insurance Institute.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
In this episode Kirah Tabourn, educator, creator, and astrologer of THE STROLOGY, talks with Bay Area astrologer and medium Jessica Lanyadoo about her life and work, her book Astrology for Real Relationships, and how her book—and astrology more broadly—can be applied to a diverse set of relationships and our current times.This episode contains expl…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about how the general insurance and financial planning professions are advancing the discussions around diversity and inclusion to bring about meaningful action and positive change. We are joined by Lois Ratcliff, Internship Programme Manager at Inclusion Scotland, and Shayne Halfpenny-Ray, Policy and P…
 
Drawing on her decades of clinical experience with couples, and incorporating spiritual practices, social justice perspectives, current news stories, and neuro-scientific findings, Dr. Molly Howes has developed an unsparing, accessible and ultimately optimistic model for apologies.In this episode, Artificial Intelligence scientist and a Buddhist te…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about how insurers can help mitigate the risk of Legionnaires disease, and we are joined by Stuart Stead, Director of Broking at Romero Insurance Brokers, and Gary Hassan, Willis IRM Associate.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
Sherri Mitchell (Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset) is a Native American attorney, teacher, and award-winning activist who grew up on the Penobscot Indian Reservation (Indian Island), Maine, and is the author of Sacred Instructions: Indigenous Wisdom for Living Spirit-Based Change.In this episode, she is joined in a conversation with healer and movement builder…
 
Whether you consider yourself an artist or not, viewing art is a creative act that can be a catalyst for inquiries into our world. In this episode, writer, artist, and curator Cindy Shearer explains how viewing artworks from the vantage point of its makers allows us to experience art-making from the inside out—drawing from what undergirds art in al…
 
Fifty years after meaningful efforts toward civil rights, the US remains overwhelmingly unjust. Our current solutions to make the world more equitable and just—from desegregation to diversity and representation—are not enough.In this episode, somatic psychologist Sherri Taylor talks with author Calvin Baker about his book A More Perfect Reunion, in…
 
As the first Latinx person to direct national domestic policy issues, Cecilia Muñoz knows the difficulties of getting ahead without trailblazers to follow. In her latest book, More than Ready, she offers lessons inspired by both the challenges she faced and the victories she achieved in the White House. Cecilia’s own life and work taught her tactic…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to more fully reveal injustices, inequities, and imbalances that contribute to climate change, ecological degradation, and economic instability that threaten our individual and collective well-being. This potent time invites us to consider questions like: How can we cultivate individual, collective, and ecological re…
 
When facing anxiety, we usually try to make it go away. But what if this emotion was actually trying to help? According to empathy pioneer and author Karla McLaren, when we ignore or repress our anxiety, it can overwhelm us, but when we learn to welcome anxiety, we can access its remarkable gifts.In this episode, Karla is joined by licensed psychol…
 
As social distancing becomes a new way of life, connecting with friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors can be difficult and stressful. Suddenly we find ourselves in a new social landscape at a time when we need our communities most. Many are experiencing feelings of isolation and depression. All over the world, from balcony sing-alongs to Zoom …
 
As he approached his 30th birthday, Sopan Deb found comfort in his day job as a writer for the New York Times and as a practicing comedian. But his stage material highlighting his South Asian culture only served to mask the insecurities borne from his family history. Theirs was an ostensibly nuclear family without any of the familial bonds. In Sopa…
 
“Quit being a drop. Make yourself an ocean.” Rumi’s inspiring and deceptively simple poems have been called ecstatic, mystical, and devotional. For writer and activist Melody Moezzi, they became her lifeline. Melody’s latest book, The Rumi Prescription, follows her path of discovery as she translates Rumi’s works for herself, gaining wisdom and ins…
 
Activist and writer Kevin Powell has emerged as one of the most acclaimed voices in America today, tackling some of the biggest issues of our time through his writing and speaking. In this conversation with former CIIS School of Consciousness and Transformation Dean Kathy Littles recorded on October 15, 2018, Kevin shares his thoughts shortly after…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak. We are joined by Andy Magill, Head Coach at Vitality, and Richard Kateley, Head of Intermediary Development at Legal & General.द्वारा Chartered Insurance Institute
 
What dreams might be taking root through this nightmare? How might works of cli-fi and other apocalyptic narratives help us prepare for our future and face our mounting anxieties? In this episode, therapist and cultural anthropologist Zara Zimbardo and narrative strategist and climate activist Patrick Reinsborough pose and explore questions like th…
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about the Chartered Insurance Underwriting Agent title which was launched earlier this year in collaboration with the Managing General Agent's Association. We are joined by Steve Jenkins, Executive Director of the Chartered Insurance Institute, and Peter Staddon, Managing Director of the Managing Genera…
 
In solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter and #AmplifyMelanatedVoices, we are continuing to highlight conversations from our archives that feature black thinkers, activists, and writers. This week we are revisiting our first podcast, recorded on April 10, 2015, with public intellectual and world-renowned author of Race Matters, Dr. Cornel West. In this …
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about How to build and rebuild financial resilience, and we are joined by Shayne Halfpenny-Ray, Policy and Public Affairs Adviser at the CII, and Gemma Siddle, director of client services at Eldon Financial Planning, and the PFS Chartered Financial Planner of the Year 2019 .…
 
In this episode recorded on February 8, 2019, world-renowned meditation teacher and New York Times bestselling author Sharon Salzberg is joined by AI scientist and contemplative teacher Nikki Mirghafori in a conversation on cultivating resilience, compassion, and clarity during difficult times.द्वारा CIIS Public Programs
 
In this episode of the podcast we are talking about the work that the CII Local Institutes and Societies have been doing in 2020 and how they have responded to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. We are joined by Matthew Hall, Strategy & Operations Manager, Insurance Societies & Networks, and David Irvine, National Membership and Engagement Manager, bot…
 
In solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter and #AmplifyMelanatedVoices, this week we are highlighting four conversations from our archives that feature black thinkers, activists, and writers. Starting Thursday, June 4th through Sunday, June 7th we are re-releasing conversations with Ijeoma Oluo, Damon Young, Joy DeGruy, and Angela Davis. We hope that lis…
 
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