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Jamie Wheal - Rethinking God, Sex and Death for a World That's Lost It's Mind

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Jamie Wheal is the Executive Director of the Flow Genome Project and expert in the neuro-physiology of human performance.

For over a decade he has advised Fortune 500 companies like Google, Nike, and Red Bull, as well as the U.S. Naval War College, on strategy, execution, and leadership.

Jamie is the co-author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated “Stealing Fire” which investigated Flow states,

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And his upcoming book “Recapture the Rapture: Rethinking God, Sex and Death for a World That’s Lost It’s Mind”, explores the limitations and potentials of biohacking, self-help, and psychedelic revolutions.


00:00 | Trailer.
02:45 | Brian’s thoughts on the episode.
03:54 | Brian’s introduction.
04:33 | Returning home to England, recalling the 1970s and 80s there.
07:28 | Jamie’s background.
10:25 | How experiencing flow states and mushroom incidents saved his life.
13:53 | Writing Stealing Fire led to seeking the purest, cleanest experiences of good and to share them
25:36 | Does everyone experience a peek state, how they can be achieved.
31:50 | Should everyone seek to have these experiences and the problem with over-use.
1:04:45 | Waking up, growing up showing up, should we be wary of the collectiveness of the showing up?
1:14:15 | What Jamie didn’t predict with shared profound peak experience and cathartic release.
1:22:19 | Why his next book may become his last non-fiction book.
1:26:00 | The poem at the end of the world will be his first non-fiction book,
1:27:20 | If you were to die tomorrow, what would you do today?
1:29:16 | Jamie Wheal’s writing process.
1:31:09 | Jamie’s superpower.
1:33:18 | Best and worst days of his life.
1:40:14 | What scares him.
1:42:11 | What we would be surprised to learn about Jamie Wheal.
1:44:32 | What keeps him awake at night.
1:48:37 | Success secrets.
1:49:15 | Brian’s summing up.


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