A weekly study of converging right-wing conspiracy theories and faux-progressive wellness utopianism. At best, the conspirituality movement attacks public health efforts in times of crisis. At worst, it fronts and recruits for the fever-dream of QAnon. As the alt-right and New Age horseshoe toward each other in a blur of disinformation, clear discourse and good intentions get smothered. Charismatic influencers exploit their followers by co-opting conspiracy theories on a spectrum of intensity ranging from vaccines to child trafficking. In the process, spiritual beliefs that have nurtured creativity and meaning are transforming into memes of a quickly-globalizing paranoia. Conspirituality Podcast attempts to bring understanding to this landscape. A journalist, a cult researcher, and a philosophical skeptic discuss the stories, cognitive dissonances, and cultic dynamics tearing through the yoga, wellness, and new spirituality worlds. Mainstream outlets have noticed the problem. We crowd-... more
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The book is filed. Our mental health is in check. And, as it turns out, Matthew found a new guru. We return to trio work by investigating his fellow Canadians cure for, uh, anything, or maybe something, as well diving into two biohacking conferences ... more
If you tune into your favorite Instagram wellness influencer or financial life coach, you’ll learn that money is really a state of mind—right? Thinking the right thoughts is the truest judge of character, and therefore indicative of your bottom line.... more
Some of the most valuable material that come to us from Paula Marinos Open Shadow film of 2017 is an extended interview with Swans parents, the Bosworths. They speak about Swans sensory sensitivity as a young child, and how that morphed into a staunc... more
Conspirituality is without a doubt my favorite podcast. Matthew, Julian, and Derek do an unmatched job of bringing the light of critical thinking and analysis to the wellness space while retaining a sense of humility and empathy.
I have only listened to one episode and I was astonished by the abysmal ignorance of the hosts on the subjects discussed. more
Thank you so much for this amazing podcast. I am listening to you from Switzerland and I always find detailed arguments for future debates inside your very generous work.
Not a fan of your lack of skepticism of the establishment and your need to throw shade at everyone who has the balls to stand up to it. I’m sure it brings you comfort to dismiss everyone who actually uses critical thinking in your appeals to authority but you don’t really know anything homie lol. Give the underdogs a shot and make a living some other way we have enough CNN’s out there
Kathleen Hale is extraordinary. I didn’t know her work, and this was an eye-opening interview. I look forward to reading Slenderman. This was a rewarding episode, and I’ve enjoyed this podcast series.
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