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Whoever writes those final chapters is writing for all of us and our children. And his sons. So whether it’s pumpkins or princesses, disasters or happily ever after, it all depends on what we do next – Jamie Wheal.

Isra García interviews Jamie Wheal in an episode where they talk about peak experiences, maximum performance, mystical and ecstatic states, substances and psychedelics for therapeutic purposes. In addition, they also cover the power of sexuality, protocols to restart the agony of the human being, habits to achieve fulfilment, processes to detach from suffering and despair, cultural architecture, neuroanthropology, the purpose of being human today, what it means to live in today’s world, new biohacking practices, and more.

Who is Jamie Wheal

Left to our own resources and devices, we regress under stress. Simply put, tribalism is destiny. Humanism is optional

Jamie Weahl podcast interview recapture the rapture


Jamie Wheal is the author of the Pulitzer Prize-nominated worldwide bestseller Stealing Fire and the founder of the Flow Genome Project, an international organization dedicated to researching and training peak human performance. Since its founding in 2011, it has become the world’s leading voice of evidence-based peak performance, counting among the hundreds of thousands of people in its global community, including award-winning academics, legendary professional athletes, commanders of Special Operations and Fortune 500 business leaders.

«I never fully understood human society« – Jamie Wheal

Recapture the Rapture – a world that has lost its mind

We must account for all the places we have traded courage for comfort, dedication for distraction, and information inspiration. Put simply, as we unravel this story, it will get worse before it gets better

Now Jamie Wheal presents his new book “Recapture the Rapture: Rethinking God, Sex and Death in a World That’s Lost Its Mind”. A book in which an expert in leadership and peak performance, specializing in neuroscience and the application of flow states, outlines a revolutionary new practice, hedonic engineering, which combines the best of neuroscience and optimal psychology. It is an intensive program of breathing, movement and sexuality that repairs trauma, increases inspiration and strengthens connections, helping us to wake up, grow and present ourselves to a world that needs us all.

«We have built a digital person that is not us« – Jamie Wheal

Disrupt Everything podcast: Jamie Wheal on Hedonic Engineering

Isra Garcia interviews neuroanthropologist and world expert on Peak Performance Jamie Wheal in his latest book, Recapture the Rapture. It is a conversation that combines neuroanthropology, cultural architecture, peak experiences, and human potential to help us create a better future. This episode requires you to focus on what matters most in your life and the world. Other topics discussed by Jamie and Isra include biohacking, psychedelics, lifehacking, sexuality, mystical states, staying awake, helping, and what it means to be human today


Jamie Wheal interviewed about Recapture the Rapture, Hedonic Engineering and Stealing Fire by Isra Garcia


Enjoy and take advantage of Jamie’s knowledge and experience shared in great detail in this interview.

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«The world is more fragmented and fractured than ever before«

Index of contents:

  1. Jamie’s most important milestones
  2. How do we prepare for an uncertain future?
  3. Building blocks of cultural architecture.
  4. The antidote to a world that has lost its mind.
  5. Hedonic engineering.
  6. Why Recover the Rapture, and why undertake such a quest.
  7. What is sexual aptitude?
  8. The sexual yoga of becoming.
  9. Jamie’s favourite practice outfit.
  10. Committing to substances in a very therapeutic way.
  11. The emotional, intellectual and spiritual cost of this new set of practices.
  12. The most surprising thing about writing «Recapture the Rapture».
  13. Final message.

No one in charge can be in charge for long

Podcast show notes

Resources and links of interest discussed in the episode with Jamie Wheal:

If we can get the job done and get the ecstasy back, we could finally evolve from Homo sapiens, the hominid who knows, to Homo ludens, the hominin who plays.” – Jamie Wheal

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