How Soon Is Now with Daniel Pinchbeck

Host Daniel Pinchbeck explores ecology, politics, spirituality, technology, and social change. This podcast looks at our current world and proposes new ideas and solution-oriented approaches to the problems facing us. Daniel is the author of "Breaking Open The Head," "2012 The Return of Quetzalcoatl" and 2017's "How Soon Is Now?"
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May 11, 2017
Daniel speaks with Del Bigtree, producer of Vaxxed, and Maryam Heinen, director of Vanishing of the Bees.


Apr 17, 2017

Daniel Speaks with Wesley Clark Jr., Writer, Veteran, Ecological Activist and Co-host on The Young Turks.

Apr 14, 2017

Daniel speaks with legendary psychologist and healer Bobby Klein. 

Mar 15, 2017

Recorded Live February 10th at 'How Soon Is Now?: Toward a New Operating System for Human Society'

Featuring Lynne McTaggart, author of The Intention Experiment and The Field, Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed, author of Crisis of Civilization, and TV personality George Lamb, founder of Wolfgang. 

Feb 21, 2017

Daniel speaks with authors Jonathan Zap and Anthony Peake about the many dimensions of consciousness, reincarnation, the singularity and more. 

Feb 17, 2017

Daniel is joined by Jim Clark, who runs of the World Technology Network, and New School Professor and author McKenzie Wark. 

Feb 3, 2017

Daniel speaks with Christof Putzel, documentary filmmaker and former foreign correspondent for Al Jazeera, and Carne Ross, founder of The Independent Diplomat and author of Leaderless Revolution. 

Jan 28, 2017

Daniel speaks with  explorers, adventurers, and entrepreneurs Michael Costuros and Barnaby Andersun. 



Jan 18, 2017

Daniel speaks with authors Jonathan Zap and Anthony Peake exploring the simulation hypothesis; is our world real or is it a matrix-like fantasia?

Jan 9, 2017

Daniel discusses climate change, humanity's place within the ecological system, and the Samurai perspective with guests Alnoor Ladha and Margaret Klein Salamon.