Sep 30–Oct 3, 2021
Apr 30, 2021–May 2, 2022
Oct 4–10, 2021
Heart-break is painful. There is no way around that. The loss of a loved one is devastating. It breaks you down. It tears you apart. The life that you thought you were living is no more. The person you thought you were, has died with your loved one.
With Sam Harris and Iain McGilchrist
Sam Harris speaks with Iain McGilchrist about the differences between the right and left hemispheres.
It starts with Being Human—and moves on from there
A Sample for our Supporters
By Judith Butler
Creating an Inhabitable World for Humans Means Dismantling Rigid Forms of Individuality
By Rainer Maria Rilke
We pass away, till at last, our passing is so immense that
By Aldous Huxley
Knowledge vs. Understanding and the Antidote to Our Existential Helplessness
By J. Krishnamurti
Simple life does not consist in the mere possession of a few things
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
With Francis Lucille
Francis Lucille's dialogue with the audience at SAND19 US
By Dan Falk
A teenager asked that age-old question on TikTok, creating a thoughtful scientific debate
With Adam Barley
Could it be that the relationship between Spirit and Creation shows up in the world of numbers?
By Science and Nonduality
Today we let go and be nerds...
By Kevin Hartnett
A new proof in computer science also has implications for researchers in quantum mechanics and pure mathematics
By Natalie Wolchover
Three physicists wanted to calculate how neutrinos change. They ended up discovering an unexpected relationship between some of the most ubiquitous objects in math.
With Edward Frenkel
In this inspiring talk, the mathematician Edward Frenkel speaks about the beauty and elegance of mathematics
With Science and Nonduality
In this exclusive interview with Dr. Alan Wallace we discuss consciousness, mathematics, practicing deep sleep states and meditation as preparation for dying consciously.
What is the source of scientific inspiration?
By Josh Hrala
How did great mathematicians like Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein make the leap from understanding basic mathematical concepts to answering fundamental questions about the Universe?
By Newcomb Greenleaf
Imagine for a moment being in a church where mathematics groups meet regularly to solve geometry problems…
Scientists have discovered a distinct turbulent fluid pattern, surprisingly close to Kolmogorov’s equation, hidden in many of Van Gogh’s paintings.
By Jeanric Meller
Is math an invention of the human brain? Or does math exist in some abstract world, with humans merely discovering its truths? The debate has been raging since the time of the ancient Greeks.
In this exclusive interview with Dr. Allan Wallace we discuss consciousness, mathematics, practicing…
By Sunil Mehrotra
Mathematics is abstract, symbolic, structured and precise. It is true everywhere and always and mathematical…
Two passionate lovers of truth and wonder, a spiritual teacher and a mathematician, exchange stories…
With Edward Frenkel and Vera de Chalambert • Recorded October 8, 2017
A FREE online community conversation with Edward Frenkel facilitated by Vera de Chalambert
In this fascinating interview Federico Faggin, designer of the first commercial microprocessor and pioneer…
Chetan Prakash presents the idea of mathematics as a way of investigating reality, and how we have evolved…
With B. Alan Wallace
This video is an excerpt from an interview with Dr. Alan Wallace. He has been a scholar and practitioner…
Mathematics Professor Chetan Prakash discusses whether mathematical truths can be independent of human…
Ullise di Corpo, author of many books, including The Theorem of Love, combines psychological insights…
Some 15-year olds can learn the Schrödinger equation from a textbook. But if the 15-year old is not…
A mathematician with interest in Nonduality and a Nonduality teacher with scientific background engage…
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