True wisdom is perennial and remains ever relevant. Here I’ve made a search of our deep archive to find some buried gems to inspire you as we enter a new year.
Liberally spiced with reminiscences about the great Native American medicine man Mad Bear and others, this dialogue offers wisdom and heart felt inspiration for a more meaning-oriented life. He says what is healthy for our communities and for our country is the need for a dramatic increase in empathy. Read more »
From his many years of theological study, psychotherapy and personal seeking, Moore tells us what soul is, what it isn’t, and how to find it in the midst of modern life–slowing down and honoring emptiness, without continually trying to improve and analyze ourselves. Read more »
What are the implications of quantum theory for mystical spirituality? This conversation covers a broad range of topics such as the nature of human consciousness, physical reality, God, creativity, social activity, the future of science, and more. Zohar says the vast implications of being quantum people makes us full members and partners in this universe. Read more »
The Mindell’s propose practical, creative answers to the criticism that psychotherapy focuses too much on individuals’ pasts and problems. “If you want freedom,” says Arnold, “there’s a price that you have to pay to get it: learning how to bear the difficulties and tensions that really do exist. Without paying that price, freedom doesn’t exist.” Read more »