Oct 21, 2020–Oct 25, 2021
May 24, 2020–May 31, 2021
Dec 18–20, 2020
Jun 6–11, 2021
With Francis Lucille
Francis answers questions from the audience at SAND18US
With Mark Gober
Consciousness, rather than matter, is the basis of all reality.
It starts with Being Human—and moves on from there
A Sample for our Supporters
By Bayo Akomolafe
the Anthropocene calls upon a radically new ontology
By Gabrielle Roth
Dance is the fastest, most direct route to the truth
By Jonathan Tennenbaum
An interview with renowned physicist and Big Bang theory critic Eric Lerner
By University of Tübingen
Researchers show conscious processes in birds' brains for the first time
With Betsy Polatin • Sat–Sun. December 5–6, 2020; 10am–12pm PST
A 2-part Live Webinar Series
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
With Ben Bushill
The seed of life is within us all, our dance here is mundane, strange and wonderful.
By Andrew Colliver
Unbelief is good medicine.
By Shekhinah Mountainwater
In the beginning is Goddess
By Monica Timbal
An excerpt, and an exclusive gift to our community
For silence is not God, nor speaking
By Mary Oliver
By Maya Luna
By Kaitlin Shetler
and with that sentence the world stops
By John Muir
No dogma taught by the present civilization seems to form so insuperable...
By Stephen Livine
All that exists does not for long.
By Susan Donnelly
Give up the search for a path through this thick forest of life;
By Paul Swanson
Where do you see a window you can open for a subtle sacrament to slip into your day?
We see the game. The jig is up.
With Maya Luna
Every human being has a cross to bear.
By Scott Kiloby
Many on the spiritual path rightfully long for a sudden point in time when a shift happens
By David Whyte
When your eyes are tired, the world is tired also
By Fred LaMotte
Dearest one, do not look for silence with the mind.
By Louise Erdrich
Leave the Dishes
By Jack Kerouac
We just don’t know it because of our thinking-minds.
With Science and Nonduality
The CDC recommendations, in a language we can all understand
Just a murmur whose poor thoughts won't reach the edge of the page.
With Yi Le and Alan Watts
Just in the same way as you don't focus your attention
By Lynn Ungar
What if you thought of it as the Jews consider the Sabbath—the most sacred of times?
By Shawn Radcliffe
“Some of his poems are as if he’s consoling God for what’s happened to his creation”
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