May 24–27, 2019
1440 Multiversity, California
Jun 28–30, 2019
Delight Yoga, Amsterdam
Jul 2–8, 2019
Titignano Castle, Italy
Oct 23–27, 2019
Hayes Mansion, San Jose California
With Moshe Szyf
The study of epigenetics has changed how we look at the effect that our genetic inheritance has on our physical and mental health, as well as on that of our children and grandchildren.
With Robert Augustus Masters
A podcast interview
An award-winning documentary
An anthology of talks presented at the annual SAND conference in San Jose, CA
Q: How do quantum phenomena take part in photosynthesis and why is it important?
New research shows that the physical effects of trauma can be passed down to children and even to grandchildren
On dark summer nights, away from city lights, I love to stargaze and imagine that I am dancing with the stars.
During recent decades, the apparently solid view of the mechanistic and materialistic world has started to show alarming cracks.
A 3-part Live Webinar Series
A 3-part Live Webinar Series
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
By Eric Baret
Asking a question is being the most active you can be. It means being humble. Humility is the most active attitude.
By Daniel Odier
Tandava means totality. It means the path is absolutely non-dual, because we integrate everything and we don't refuse any aspect of the human being
Shaped and sustained by the nondual tradition of Kashmir Shivaism, Eric Baret’s words take us back to the simple observation of our felt sense of emotion and, ultimately, to pure listening.
With Michaela Boehm • Apr 22, 2019
A Free, Online Live conversation facilitated by Zaya Benazzo
With Éric Baret • May 4–22, 2019
With Robert Thurman and Isa Gucciardi • May 11–25, 2019
With Éric Baret • Dec 1–15, 2018
a 3-part Webinar Series
With Éric Baret
Eric Baret points out that there are no sculptures of yogic asanas in Indian temples before the modern era. He describes today’s yoga as a commercial project...
By Jean Klein
Question: When we say that we must come to the end of the mind, that we must exhaust the mind, is it a necessary process, something which must happen, or is it possible to have an insight without the mind being exhausted?
By Éric Baret
Seeking is an expression of truth, it’s not a way. Abhinavagupta, in the Tantraloka, is very clear; all the yoga practices are an expression of truth. Yoga does not bring us to truth, truth expresses itself through yoga.
For me it is irrelevant, but let’s say for the Kashmirian tradition, as far as my teacher expressed…
By John Welwood
Living with someone we love, with all the joys and challenges, is one of the best ways…
Sadness is one of the deepest emotions and it must be kept without an object.
By Laura Amazzone and M.A.
Durga is a Goddess of Strength and Justice who brings compassion, peace, calm and order to the chaos, destruction and conflict in any situation.
By Deborah Anapol
Recognizing that our bodies and our sexuality are sacred is a good way to begin undoing the split between sex and spirit...
By Maria Syldona
As the process of manifestation (involution of Ultimate Reality into becoming the physical Universe) begins, the tattvas (principles, states of consciousness) that logically appear first are those of what is called the Pure Creation and pure knowledge.
An extraordinary and profound personal experience illustrates the tenet that the Model of Manifestation describes both the Universe – and a human being.
Kashmir Shaivism encompasses a vast territory of wisdom and knowledge about the universe and a human…
By Dr. Sthaneshwar Timalsina
Tantra in the Western imagination stands for exotic and orgasmic rituals coming from India and Tibet that blend sex and meditation.
Love, we can’t talk about because it is what is. It isn’t an objective experience, it’s what is here at every moment, except when I pretend to love or when I want to be loved.
By Shawn Radcliffe
People have tried many ways to alter their consciousness — meditation, psychedelic mushrooms, LSD, rituals…
By Stephen Bodian & Jean Klein
Stephen Bodian interviews Jean Klein
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.
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