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Is Social Media Addiction Real?

The internet has given us many amazing things — easy access to vast amounts of information, the ability to connect with people around the world, and an increasing number of online tools to improve our mental…

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Political Roots and Genetic Evidence for the Indian Caste System

In this extract from his book svābhāvikasūtra: The Roots of the Bhagavadgītā, Gerard Kuiken argues that the passages from the Bhagavadgītā which Hindus use to justify the caste system are an historical revision of the original…

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Grand Narratives: Unplugging from the Big Story

Our personal stories tend to become entangled with the grand narratives that shape and crystallize our social structures. These are the big stories that craft a system we are born into – and get caught up…

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Sacred Space And Conscious Community: Kabir Helminski

Kabir Helminski asks, What is our moral obligation if we recognize that all is one? – and describes some of the answers that the Sufi way has evolved over the centuries since Rumi. He talks of…

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Balancing the Material and Transcendent in Our Lives

Science enables us to study the world with precision and order, breaking it down into its component parts. At the same time, the phenomena that we examine—from the smallest fluorescent sea creatures to the largest expanding…

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The Holographic Future:  From Science Fiction to Reality by David Storoy

Since childhood I have been fascinated by holograms. The reason was the science fiction movie Star Wars and in 1984 I watched it for the first time. “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi.” Princess Leia spoke these famous…

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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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