Join Lynn Murphy and Alnoor Ladha in conversation with Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo about their new book, Post Capitalist Philanthropy: Healing Wealth in the Time of Collapse, as they explore the history of wealth accumulation to the current logic of late-stage capitalism — and ultimately to the lived possibilities of other ways of knowing, sensing and being that can usher in life-centric models. This ontological shift into new possibilities is at the heart of their work. Creating new-ancient-emerging realities is not simply about how we redistribute wealth or “fight power”, but rather, how we non-dualistically perceive and embody our actions in relationship to a dynamic, animistic world and cosmos.
The book is a result of decades of deep personal inquiry and practice, as well as hundreds of interviews with activists, philanthropists, philosophers, social scientists, cosmologists and wisdom keepers.
Lynn and Alnoor's work: transitionresourcecircle.org/
Post Capitalist Philanthropy Webinar Series (starting Nov 11, 2022) – transitionresourcecircle.org/events
Sounds of SAND is a podcast from Science and Nonduality which contemplates and reveres the beauty, complexity, pain, and great mystery that weave the infinite cycles of existence. We explore beyond ultimate truths, binary thinking, and individual awakening while acknowledging humanity as a mere part of the intricate web of life. Episodes tap into SAND’s rich history and collaborative future by presenting talks, dialogs, interviews, readings, music, and recordings from SAND Conferences, events, and webinars weaving timeless wisdom and embodied experience. Let’s listen, learn, and share.
Exploring ways in which indigenous food systems of the past and present teach us how to relate to our inner and outer world
At this time we are collective examining our human generated systems, worldview, purpose, or our paradigm. What if paradigm was a choice?
exploring the Politics of Cure, the Shadows of Harm Reduction, and Transgressive Networks of Care at World End
Intergenerational trauma: the impact of colonization and genocide Indigenous wisdom and the healing of trauma Resistance and healing
Zaya and Maurizio sit down to talk about the next film
An sprawling conversation in relation to deep time, land, and indigenous trauma and science
Dr. Shiva on quantum physicist, ecologist, and activism, climate collapse, the dangers of our lives being controlled by Silicon Valley, and the pandemic
Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo host this Community Gathering with Dënesųłiné indigenous rights activist and climate activist Eriel Tchekwie Deranger.
Advances in evolutionary science have revealed that biological novelty is created by horizontal fusions between species and between bodies.
Like water itself, the protection of this vital resource takes many different forms.
Kanaka (Native Hawaiian) community in Hawaii and Maui grapple with new wave of colonialism and outside interests on the heels of devastating wildfires resulting from poor land stewardship by U.S. government, extractivism, and tourism.
From "Democracy and Belonging Forum" – Why We Need a Politics of Exile in a Time of Troubling Stuckness
Judy Atkinson describes her approach to healing. It’s about listening. In order to heal, the stories behind the trauma must be heard.
Indigenous sciences, embedded and discussed through indigenous languages, have suffered great destruction.
We’ve been told such a horrendously wrong story about what our past is as human beings.
When we engage in the distortion that the relative plane is separate from the absolute, we ignore the reality of the illusion.
‘The End of This World’ reveals where the climate justice movement needs to go and how we get there
It's really hard to hold a story in opposition to the story that surrounds you, and we are immersed still in the story of separation
Francis' Forword to "Choosing Earth: Humanity's Great Transition to a Mature Planetary Civilization" by Duane Elgin
The fugitive's work is not to get from point A to point B: it is to get from point A to point A.
Celebrating the life and legacy of Zen monk Thich Nhat Hanh one-year after he returned to mother earth.
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