Social Change

Source Temple and the Great Reset- Charles Eisenstein

Source Temple and the Great Reset- Charles Eisenstein

I recently visited a spiritual community in Brazil called Source Temple. Drawing primarily on the teachings of Adi Da and A Course in Miracles, it comprises about thirty people from about ten countries, mostly Brazil and South America, ranging in age from 20-something...

Re-Pairing Opposites- Jan Phillips

Re-Pairing Opposites- Jan Phillips

“The quality of true genius is the ability to hold two contradictory thoughts simultaneously without losing your mind.” —Charles Baudelaire I’m a photographer. I‘ve been looking through the lens of a camera for fifty years, and through its tiny aperture, I find myself...

How Important is Truth?- Matthew Fox

How Important is Truth?- Matthew Fox

To grasp what is happening in America at this time, it might be good to first meditate on Truth. For many, Truth is another name for God. In my recent book on Naming the Unnameable: 89 Wonderful and Useful Names for God…Including the Unnameable God, Truth is one of...

Noah and the Pandemic: A Survivor’s Transformation- Ed Tick

Noah and the Pandemic: A Survivor’s Transformation- Ed Tick

Whether by flood, fire or ice, a cataclysm that destroys life on earth and cleanses the planet for a new cycle of rebirth is a nearly universal motif found in world spiritual and mythological literature. It occurs in ancient Native American, Sumerian, Greek, Hindu,...

The Radical Power of Your Sourdough Starter- Sandor Katz

The Radical Power of Your Sourdough Starter- Sandor Katz

For fermentation revivalist Sandor Katz, making sourdough, kimchi, and kombucha is about more than eating well at home. It’s a metaphor for creative systemic change, bubbling away from the ground up.   Sandor Katz is a fervent devotee of fermentation. “In my home...

Say This Isn’t The End: A Poem for Sunday – Richard Blanco

Say This Isn’t The End: A Poem for Sunday – Richard Blanco

... say we live on, say we’ll forget the masks that kept us from dying from the invisible, but say we won’t ever forget the invisible masks we realized we had been wearing most our lives, disguising ourselves from each other. Say we won’t veil ourselves again, that...

The Importance of Resistance Studies – by Stellan Vinthagen

The Importance of Resistance Studies – by Stellan Vinthagen

This seminar brings up the need to improve liberation struggles through collaborations between experienced activists and researchers within the academia. One way this is happening already is through "resistance studies", an emerging field of relevance for liberation...

Ed Tick on the Warrior Archetype for Military & First Responders

Ed Tick on the Warrior Archetype for Military & First Responders

Ed Tick, Ph.D. and John Becknell Ph.D. discuss why they use the archetypal image of the “warrior” in their work with Military, Veterans, and First Responders. Tick and Becknell engage the term “warrior” to distinguish the archetypal role of those who dedicate...