Jun 28–30, 2019
Delight Yoga, Amsterdam
Jul 2–8, 2019
Titignano Castle, Italy
Oct 23–27, 2019
Hayes Mansion, San Jose California
With Éric Baret
Eric Baret explains clearly that there is no need for the self to appropriate achievement
With Robert Augustus Masters
A podcast interview
As is the human body, so is the cosmic body.
An anthology of talks presented at the annual SAND conference in San Jose, CA
By Krista Tippett in On Being
Astronomer Natalie Batalha embodies a planetary sense of what “love” is and means.
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 Wei Wu Wei
Bondage is being dependent, tied up, limited. On, to, by, what?
By Joan Tollifson
The leaves of the cottonwood tree across the street...
With Judith Blackstone • Saturdays 8, 22, & 29th June 2019
A 3-Part Live Webinar Series
With Dr. Ruediger Dahlke • Sunday 16 June 2019
a Free online Conversation with Dr. Ruediger Dahlke, hosted by Zaya Benazzo
Dec 18, 2018
A pre-recorded 4-part Video Series with Stanislav Grof
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.
By Science and Nonduality
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
By Jose Diez Faixat
During recent decades, the apparently solid view of the mechanistic and materialistic world has started to show alarming cracks.
New research now suggests that trees may have a “heartbeat” that pumps water from their roots.
There are many things that affect our mental health, from work-related stress to past traumas to whether or not we meditate each day.
At his SAND18 appearance A.H. Almaas talks about the importance and mystery of being human, and of the great opportunity and potential of human beings.
Paul Stamets, author, mycologist, medical researcher and entrepreneur, talks about the extraordinary role that fungi play in the health of people and planet
By Stephen Battersby
Billions of years ago, an iron nucleus forged in another galaxy was flung into space at close to the…
By Tom Bunzel
Our own deeply held beliefs and definitions of technology are impeding us from evolving consciously…
By Greg Sipp
For well over a century, scientists have been wrestling with what quantum mechanics has been revealing to us about fundamental reality
By Susan Blackmore
Might we humans be the only species on this planet to be truly conscious?
With Robert Sapolsky
Is there any behavior that we can say for certain is unique to humans?
Beneath your feet lies an enormous subterranean biosphere of bacteria and other forms of life, surviving…
In order to understand the true nature of reality, science must first recognize the importance of consciousness, says Dr. Robert Lanza, a stem-cell biologist whose work has earned him high acclaim.
By Mark Wolynn
A well-documented feature of trauma, one familiar to many, is our inability to articulate what happens to us.
By Terry Patten
The most radical understanding of reality points first to radical wholeness, to the prior unity of all opposites and conditional experiences.
Psychedelic drugs alter consciousness in a profound and novel way that increases the breadth and fluency of cognition. However, until recently, scientists were unable to offer an explanation for how the brain was altered to account for these effects.
For almost 100 years, children have been taught in school that the anatomical sex of a baby is determined by the X and Y chromosomes, also known as the sex chromosomes — XY is male and XX is female.
In recent years scientists have been exploring the effects that stress and emotions have on our cells — in particular, on our chromosomes and mitochondrial DNA.
We live in a reality generated by our brain. From the euphoria of falling in love to the beauty of a newly blossomed flower, what we experience with our senses is a representation of the world, not the world itself.
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