Our Most Listened To Podcast Episodes Of 2020

2020 brought about a number of shifts and pivots for us here at CE, and one of them was putting a lot more energy into our podcast since YouTube and Facebook haven’t really desired to “play fair” with us for a long time. We decided to engage various guests, experts, friends and interesting thinkers more than ever before as we expanded our episode library throughout 2020. As the podcast grew in listenership significantly throughout the year, and we had a lot of great convos, I thought it would be fun to share the most listened to episodes of 2020 for your listening pleasure. Click here to listen! Oh, be sure to subscribe to our podcast on all the key sources for new episodes every week! I first met Adam in LA when himself, my friend Michael Mazzola and I all met in LA to have dinner and shoot the shit. It was one of those meetings where time was lost, we got to jam on a ton of interesting topics and synchronistic moments were happening constantly. Plus I had good veggie sushi in front of me so I couldn’t complain. That meetings started and solidified a great friendship between the 3 of us and we’ve since connected regularly to explore subjects we love. In this case, I spoke to Adam about consciousness research, the nature of reality and how some of it relates to our COVID moment. This one is quite mind expanding. Listen here In early 2020 I was making a short documentary about my key findings from years of research about climate change. Inevitably, I came across Charles’ work and perspective on climate change in the process – but that’s not what I ended up interviewing him about here. After finishing my film, his name was a lot more on my radar, and when many people were sending me his Coronation essay, I decided to have a look. His thoughts, ideas and perspectives lined up so much with much of what I felt and shared, and thought we’d have a dandy of a time diving deep into conversation about this all on a podcast episode. In this episode Charles and I explore COVID, the disintegration of community, the role of conspiracy in our world, and much more in yet another very mind expanding podcast episode. Listen here A bold statement: We never focus on astrology as a means making wishy washy predictions or anything of that nature, we simply love to explore it for major global themes that play out in collective consciousness. This episode focuses on many of the major themes playing out in our world right now and what we can gather from these intensified changes and times we’re going through. Listen here This episode was a lot of fun, and cathartic for me. A couple of my favorite people joined me to discuss their new film Thrive 2. Foster and Kimberly are extremely passionate people who’s integrity guides their mission – this is something I respect a lot. In this episode we explore many important themes facing people today including things like what solutions humanity is looking for, how we make sense of controversial topics, and the nature of consciousness. We of course relate a good potion of it back to the new film they released but as always in these, we got to get more nuanced and go deeper which is always impactful. Listen here Madhava is someone I met in late 2019 and we connected immediately. Since then he has become a regular voice on the channel and he’s someone we hope to work with long term here at CE – keep an eye out for that! In this episode we dive into one of his favorite subjects, one he believes is a huge catalyst for change: 9/11. We look at the story in a bit of a new light, what do we really know about what happened that day? And what methodologies led to the conclusions drawn about that day? Are they truly right? Are there some massive holes in logic that have created the biggest coincidence theory ever told? As you listen to this one you’ll see why 9/11 has had such a huge influence on collective consciousness. Listen here This interview is with... no one, it’s a monologue. Something that occurs time to time on the show when I’m jazzed up on an idea and no one wants to talk with me about it.. aka, I decide to just record an episode without asking anyone lol. This has been a message we’ve held near and dear since 2009 at CE, but it intensified in 2020 as we felt more and more like we didn’t quite “fit in” with many voices and brands in the “conspiracy” space. In a time where making sense of what’s going on is so difficult. Discerning and critical thinking are needed more than ever, yet is it truly happening at the level we think it is? Is it truly possible for the individual to figure out what’s going on and know how we should change or adjust as a society? Possibly. But perhaps it’s in community, collective intelligence, and collective sense-making that we will find our answers. Listen here Sayer and I have known each other for about a decade, and we’ve worked together in some way for most of that time, but we had never really done a piece of content together! How is that possible? By late 2020 we finally did, and recorded and episode of the show that explored a number of key questions around COVID-19 and what Sayer had been uncovering in his perspective as more information has come out. Not only did we attempt to explore some of the science around COVID, but we also pushed a bit deeper in exploring some tough questions: where do we decide when enough is enough? How do we decide what to do to empower our own sovereignty? Listen here Be sure to subscribe to our podcast on all the key sources for new episodes every week! These days, it’s not just knowing information and facts that will create change, it’s changing ourselves, how we go about communicating, and re-assessing the underlying stories, ideas and beliefs that form our world. 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