Mar 3–6, 2022
With Alexandra Sheren
The award-wining music short "Portraiture"
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 selected set of talks from the Talks on Trauma series, parts 1 & 2
By Science and Nonduality
Why are we here? Where did it all come from?
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
With A.H. Almaas and Thomas Hübl • Thurs. January 27, 2022 10–11:30am PST
A Live Online Community Conversation Facilitated by Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo
With Gail Brenner • Feb. 12, 16, 19, 23 & 26, 2022; 9–11am PST
Finding Ease and Well-Being in Daily Life; A 5-Part Live, Online Series
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
With Elisabet Sahtouris
Let’s start with Anaximander, who said everything forming in Nature incurs a debt which it must repay so that other things may form, which I see as the essence of evolution and a fascinating take on Dying to Live.
By Università di Bologna
Does the human brain resemble the Universe?
By John Favini
Scientists are slowly understanding collaboration’s role in biology
By Michael Brooks
Jeremy England says spiritual ideas can inform our scientific quest for the origin of life.
By Jeremy England
The origin of life can’t be explained by first principles.
With Tina Lindhard
Tina looks at the developing embryo through the eyes of Dr Jaap van der Wal
With Sara Aly El Sayed
Biomimicry is not just about emulating; it is also about reconnecting and rekindling our relationship with nature.
Zaya Benazzo interviews Tina Lindhard at SAND19 Italy
By Louise Lerner
A surprise discovery shakes up our understanding of gene expression
With Bruce Damer
21st-Century science is on the verge of recreating the processes that may have brought life into being
With Paul Stamets
An "immersion" lecture into the world of psylocibin, mycelium and evolution of consciousness
With Bayo Akomolafe • Sundays, Feb 9, 16, 23, 2020 9am PST
A 3-Part Webinar Series
A four-billion-year-old cycling evolutionary engine of creation lifted us improbable and beautiful human beings into existence.
With Robert Sapolsky
Is there any behavior that we can say for certain is unique to humans?
By John Stuart Reid
Testing a 2,500-year old hypothesis
By William C. Bushell Ph.D. and Maureen Seaberg
New human multisensory integration model for its exploration.
Could crossmodal senses be one key to unlock the true nature of physics?
Why adept meditators would be invaluable to studies
It would be useful to add adept perceivers to the studies.
Some of physics' remaining secrets may actually relent through the human senses.
In the quest for innovative and functional designs, many scientists are now turning to nature for inspiration.
By Shawn Radcliffe
Underneath the ground exists a vast “social network” that connects trees and other plants to each other.
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.
Q: How do quantum phenomena take part in photosynthesis and why is it important?
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