For those who don't know, Bonnitta is one of the most pioneering of thinkers in the integral world. If you are into really working the yoga of the mind, I recommend these two pieces: here and here. As Br. TJ would say, they are black diamond (maybe even double black diamond) in nature.
The first video lays out a large sweeping context of the differences between the modern, the postmodern, and the post-postmodern world. The post-postmodern world is built strongly around notions of integration and synthetic thinking. She covers the differences between modernism, postmodernism, and post-postmodernism through a variety of lenses: what view each holds, how each constructs meaning, how each establishes knowledge, etc.
The themes Bonnitta highlights as indicative of the post-postmdern turn are, I believe, really evident at Beams. This is really at the heart of what we are attempting: synthesis, integration, enactment, and planet-centric forms of thinking and being.
Bonnitta is establishing the groundwork for both appreciating the post-postmodern integrative, synthetic turn and also pointing towards the creation/exploration of new territories beyond even the integrative post-postmodern (hence the Magellan metaphor) into what she calls aperspectival modes of thinking and being. Another term for them would be post-dialectical. It's a point Bonnitta is trying to call out in my own writing--to move beyond over-relying on dialectics (see her comments to this piece of mine on this point). Bonnitta helps me push my own development in this area.
Update I: Bonus video...the first that explains the overall framework of the Magellan course.