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on 2/27/2024

As election season draws nearer, I’m looking forward to gaining insight on how to manage the emotions it stirs and how to make better use of these feelings and thoughts in the future!
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on 2/22/2024

I’ve had the great pleasure of hosting Amiel twice on my own podcast, and I so appreciate his nuanced and trenchant perspectives on any number of topics. I am of the opinion that the psychology of tribalism is one of the most divisive conditions now threatening our collective survival, and a podcast dedicated to growing and expanding views on all sorts of divisive and splintering topics feels beyond necessary for the hope of moving forward with any modicum of sanity. Looking forward to a new go-to source for nuanced, Integrally-informed conversations. Thanks, Amiel!
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on 2/21/2024

This is the kind of podcast we all need right about now. Inspire me to think again, or re-think or just think outside my patterned ways.
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