Oct 28, 2019
This our last episode in this series about self-inquiry and not knowing, and today, I’m going to show you how to start creating a practice around not knowing.
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Oct 21, 2019
In the last episode, I shared a conversation about how our education system is built on the knowledge deficit model. It’s the idea that whatever problem only exists because you’re missing some knowledge.
So, later in our lives, when we bump into a problem — whether it’s a problem with the world around us or...
Oct 14, 2019
In the last episode, I discussed how our schools and society condition us to put a premium on knowing.
Our identity forms around what we think we know about the world and ourselves, and we are afraid to reveal when we don’t know; it feels antithetical to our very being.
As a result, it becomes uncomfortable to sit...
Oct 7, 2019
You go to school. You’re presented with a whole host of topics that you know little to nothing about. Then, over the course of about twelve years, teachers repeatedly shove information down your throat, evaluating you based on your ability to regurgitate that information. Twelve years later, you know things. At least,...