Apr 30, 2021–May 2, 2022
May 24, 2020–May 31, 2021
Oct 21, 2020–Oct 25, 2021
With Ariel Giarretto
How do we settle in such unsettling times?
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 Thomas Nail
Consciousness may be an emergent property from a bunch of background chatter.
By Lao Tzu
By Matt Licata
There’s a fantasy that we’re supposed to know what to do with our lives.
By Laura Johnson
In these times of layered and intersecting personal and collective traumas...
With Richard Strozzi-Heckler • Sunday, May 23, 10–11:30am PDT
A Live Online Community Gathering Facilitated by Zaya & Maurizio Benazzo
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
With Fred LaMotte
Let us explore poetry as guided meditation
With Pouria Montazeri
Rumi was not unfamiliar to crisis.
By Rabia al Basri
In my soul there is a temple, a shrine, a mosque, a church where I kneel.
By Rainer Maria Rilke
God speaks to each of us as he makes us, then walks with us silently out of the night.
Let this darkness be a bell tower
With Maya Luna
Poetry from the Deep Feminine
By Jeff Foster
It's simple. When you feel sad, just feel sad.
By Howard Thurman
The true purpose of all spiritual disciplines is to clear away...
By Cecilia Payne
O Universe, O Lover, I gave myself to thee
By Pesha Gertler
Finally on my way to yes, I bump into all the places where I said no
By Chelan Harkin
Now I drink dark chocolate and let the moon sing to me.
By Maria Popova
Meanwhile, someplace in the world, somebody is making love and another a poem.
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 Paul Swanson
Where do you see a window you can open for a subtle sacrament to slip into your day?
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