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How Can Wholeness Be In Crisis? Inquiring into the Human Predicament

By Terry Patten The most radical understanding of reality points first to radical wholeness, to the prior unity of all opposites and conditional experiences. It is only something superficial to that—a present activity of contraction within…

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Homeostasis, Feelings, and the Rise of Culture

When people talk about the evolution and development of all that makes humans “unique,” one thing that often gets overlooked is our feelings. For neuroscientist Antonio Damasio, though, there can be no conversation about our humanity…

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Sacred Activism: The SAND17 Panel Discussion

Vera de Chalambert chairs a panel with four sacred activists: Caverly Morgan, Charles Eisenstein, Rev. Deborah Johnson and Rory McEntee. Describing their own particular paths, especially how ordinary activism becomes sacred activism, they attempt to answer…

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Can Teens Help Us Collectively Awaken? Caverly Morgan

Caverly Morgan is the founder and guiding teacher of Peace in Schools and Presence Collective. Peace in Schools offers the first for-credit high school mindfulness course in the United States, now adopted by seven schools in…

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Meditation, Cosmology and Human Society

by Amrit Srecko Sorli As meditators we have experience of timelessness. At the beginning, timelessness comes to us only in glimpses, but with years of meditation, linear sensation by and by disappears and we see we…

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Family Illness is a Myth, Mario Martinez

Mario Martinez proposes that longevity is learned, and we have the capacity to change how our genes express disease. He reports on his studies of healthy centenarians worldwide which found that how they live, and the…

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A Tale of Cells and Cities: Our Human Evolutionary Agenda

By Elisabet Sahtouris Dedicated to the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative. Looking down on Earth’s surface from an airplane, whether by day or night, our cities look remarkably like cells — nucleated cells, with their…

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Beyond the Obsession with Numbers, Charles Eisenstein

Has the time come to move beyond our obsession with measurement? Charles Eisenstein, author of several books on human culture and identity, compares science to religion, and makes the case for moving beyond the belief that…

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