The world is in transition, and it’s near impossible to work out what the fuck is going on.
We face a crisis of meaning, of sensemaking, of community, of ecology, of institution, of evolution. And more.
In an intimate, comfortable cinema at the back of The Loop Project Space & Bar, we’ll be watching a series of videos that capture a fraction of the moment we’re in. Some artistic, some intellectual. We’ll start by checking in, stopping for brief discussion along the way, with the option to stick around for conversations upstairs from 8pm.
This is a gathering for those who care about what to care about, and for making sense of reality and the world, as individuals, connected to community, in service of the whole.
If you recognise the importance of integrating scientific thinking and spirituality in pursuit of non self-terminating evolution*: that’s the ballpark we’ll be playing in.
But most importantly, if you’re interested to explore an early stage co-creation to develop an awake enough sensemaking community in Melbourne – to take it seriously but lightly at the same time – then come along, meet some others.
The wheels are moving.
Tim Adalin – Voiceclub
About the content we’ll be watching:
What we’ll be watching will resonate with audiences who consider podcasts like Rebel Wisdom, Future Thinkers, or Neurohacker Collective relevant. But there’s no barrier to entry other than the interest to pay attention, open your mind, think, feel, and breathe.
Thinkers whose ideas resonate with the material we’ll watch include Jordan Hall, John Vervaeke, and Daniel Schmachtenberger.
* There’s a sense in which all evolution is self terminating, from the perspective of the fixed individual. What we’re really interested in is eyes open evolution, oriented by love, dancing toward harmony. Let’s make the speculation that something approximating the opposite of that is civilizational collapse with eyes shut.
Feedback from Voiceclub attendees:
“Engaging and thoughtful. Extremely interesting. 100% recommend for anyone curious about these events and the podcast.”
“Voiceclub is a great open minded space to discover yourself and others through inspiring and thought provoking topics.”
“Stimulating and deep conversations which challenge the mind and levels of comfort. A much needed space in a world full of shallowness.”
“This is a space where people can conduct discussions about how to make sense of the world as we see it, understand why we interact the way we do with each other and how we can figure out a way to trace back to our most intrinsic state in a day and age where we encounter information far more than we can process.”
Tim is a philosopher and psychonaut co-creating sensemaking communities for meaningful experience and conversation.