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Reality May Not Be What We Perceive with Our Senses with Howard Eisenberg, M.D.

April 26, 2023
Read Time: 1 minute
Free Listening, Interviews
Quantum physics has shown that we, most likely, are living in a “consensual realty” and that our senses are reporting back to us only a very small portion of the greater reality. In this deep dialogue we discuss how the brain selectively filters our perception of reality through our personal…

A Wider Field of Vision with a Pilot with Mark Vanhoenacker

February 22, 2023
Read Time: 2 minutes
Free Listening, Interviews
Gone are the days when flying was a fun and unique adventure. We now have to cope with lines of people at security; no more travel agents combing through airline schedules for the best deals; we now have to do that for ourselves. And, we hope there will be enough…

We Are Those Who Come From Stars with Brian Thomas Swimme, Ph.D.

January 25, 2023
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Free Listening, Interviews
When Dr. Brian Swimme joined eco-theologian and cultural historian Thomas Berry in 1982, Berry laid out a cultural challenge to Swimme regarding the threats to our planet in this moment are of an order of magnitude greater than what Thomas Aquinas was dealing with (in the Middle Ages in Europe).…

Essential Questions with Jacob Needleman, Ph.D.

January 11, 2023
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Jacob Needleman
Free Listening, Interviews
For millennia, humans have pondered their place in the grand cosmic order of things. If we had the opportunity to speak to our younger self, what would we say? What wisdom could we give to that younger self about the meaning and purpose of life? What does our experience tell…

Finding Voice For Authentic Conversation with Terry Tempest Williams

December 21, 2022
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Terry Tempest Williams
Free Listening, Interviews
Terry takes us on a whirlwind tour of what it means to give voice to our own authenticity. It requires deep listening and fertile silences. She encourages us to speak “Mother Tongue” – speaking from the belly rather than the mind. She laments that in Western culture “the language of economics…

Offering Comfort and Dignity to Deeply Forgetful People with Stephen G. Post, Ph.D.

November 21, 2022
Read Time: 2 minutes
Stephen G. Post
Interviews
The family of caregivers of those who are cognitively impaired are our true unsung heroes. Often without respite nor compensation they serve those who have an Alzheimer’s diagnosis and other forms of dementia. Alzheimer’s can also have a component of early onset but most diagnoses show up as we get…

The Old Future is Gone with Wes Jackson, Ph.D. and Robert W. Jensen, Ph.D.

November 21, 2022
Read Time: 1 minute
Interviews
As we careen from one crisis to the next and focus on political struggles that seem to rarely produce even short-term solutions, it’s easy to avoid big questions that have no easy answers. Questions such as: What is the sustainable carrying capacity of the planet for Homo Sapiens? Has our…

Writing an Ethical Will with Rabbi Steve Leder

August 24, 2022
Read Time: 2 minutes
Interviews
It is true most of us have questions we wished we had asked of loved ones before they passed away: questions about what mattered most in their life, what gave their life meaning, what did they regret, what did they love and value, and what was their greatest challenge and…

Lessons from a Fledgling Democracy with Mamphela Ramphele, M.D., Ph.D.

August 10, 2022
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Interviews
For more than 50 years the dream of a free democratic South Africa has been Dr. Mamphela Ramphele’s focus and one that covers her every waking moment in action. She’s worked tirelessly for systemic, societal change in order to help her country of South Africa break free from the barriers…

The Intersection Of Life And Art with Andrew Harvey

July 27, 2022
Read Time: 1 minute
Andrew Harvey
Interviews
Andrew Harvey is a whirlwind of inspiration. This deep dialogue plunges into a myriad of topics and musings. He speaks of his “soul brother” the 88-year-old pianist and teacher, Seymour Bernstein, who is a true wisdom elder. He shares his wisdom and experience of why it takes rigorous discipline to…
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