Jun 25, 2023
First Native American composer to win Pulitzer Prize on his experimental process
With Orland Bishop
We live in a time characterized by convergences of many kinds, giving our civilization a threshold of significant climaxes and challenges.
An award-winning documentary: As a rising star in the field of abstract mathematics, Michael discovered that he could see beauty and patterns where others could not. But his path was not to be inside academia, or even inside society. 38 min
A selected set of talks from the Talks on Trauma series, parts 1 & 2
By Poet Seers
16th Century devotional poet who composed over 1,000 devotional bhajans expressing her love for Lord Krishna.
By Emanuele Coccia
We are all fascinated by the mystery of metamorphosis. The caterpillar and the butterfly share nothing in common, and yet they are one and the same life.
By Ethan Siegel
The very word "quantum" makes people's imaginations run wild. But chances are you've fallen for at least one of these myths.
By John Lewis
The Ethiopian nun who was one of history’s most distinctive pianists
With Atarangi Murupaenga • Saturdays, June 3&10, 2023, 12–2:30pm PDT
A 2-Part Live Webinar Series
With Bayo Akomolafe and Chief Oluwo Obafemi Fayemi • Wednesday, June 21, 2023 9–10:45am PDT
A live online conversation facilitated by Zaya & Maurizio Benazzo
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
exploring the life and work of 17th-century Japanese haiku master
By Rainer Maria Rilke
Take your well-disciplined strengths and stretch them between two opposing poles. Because inside human beings is where God learns.
By Moya Cannon
"Those in power write the history, those who suffer write the songs" –Frank Harte
The seagull fears no shipwreck. Her feet love to touch the ocean...
By Master Hongzhi
Silent and serene, forgetting words, bright clarity appears before you.
By Ralph Waldo Emerson
When me they fly, I am the wings; I am the doubter and the doubt, I am the hymn the Brahmin sings.
By Kabir and Rabindranath Tagore
I played day and night with my comrades, and now I am greatly afraid...
By Maya Angelou
But a caged bird stands on the grave of dreams... his shadow shouts on a nightmare scream... his wings are clipped and his feet are tied... so he opens his throat to sing.
By Kaitlyn Greenidge
These songs — the oldest musical expressions of the slave experience in this country — still have a lot to teach us about how we think about death and dignity.
By Red Pine
From Emergence Magazine: Set amid pine forests and mountain peaks, three ancient Chinese poems, sung and translated by Red Pine, meditate on the nature of Taoism and Zen Buddhism.
By Newcomb Greenleaf
Consciousness is not a thing. Asking “What is consciousness?” is like asking “Where does light come from?”, while watching a movie.
By Dorothy Hunt
Do you think peace requires an end to war? Or tigers eating only vegetables?
By Gary Snyder
Wide enough to keep you looking ... Open enough to keep you moving ...
By Mary Oliver
thicken, and begin to fall into the world below like stars, or the feathers of some unimaginable bird
By Jane Hirshfield
And when two people have loved each other see how it is like a scar between their bodies, stronger, darker, and proud;
By Wendell Berry
I go among trees and sit still. All my stirring becomes quiet around me like circles on water.
By Denise Levertov
A poem about a moment of wonder observing vine leaves.
By Pádraig Ó Tuama, A Poetry Film by Leo G Franchi from OnBeing
By Dorothy Walters
Every day a new flower rises from your body's fresh soil...
By Gerard Manley Hopkins
A poem on the impact of resurrection.
By Svein Myreng
Your tears in my eyes... My tears in your eyes...
By Dagmar Iris Holl
A red fox strides past the house of the man who waits for the fox
By Ben Bushill
Stand as if you see creation before your eyes and know know that your belonging is undeniable and complete...
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