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5 Questions for Seane Corn

1. What is your biggest challenge as a teacher? My biggest challenge is the projections that I sometimes experience from students. When someone opens, it is natural to look to the source of that opening—the teacher—and project onto that person qualities or perceptions that are idealistic. I manage projection by trying to be as honest as I can about my own humanity, and I work hard not buy into any hype that might be projected onto me by others—otherwise it is difficult to stay grounded and...

Dreaming the Future

Vocalist Eliza Gilkyson looks for hope in turbulent times.

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True Believer

Writer Jane Ganahl wonders: How do you know when you’ve crossed the line from activist—to fanatic?

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Prayer is Good Medicine

Duke University’s Dr. Harold Koenig examines why people who live spiritual lives are so much healthier.

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Center of the Storm

Lama Surya Das on walking an enlightened path in the modern world.

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Natalie Merchant: Hearts and Minds

The multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter turned environmental activist reflects on the freedom of nonattachment, the fight against fracking, and changing the world through music.

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So What's It Really Like to Run a Sensory-Deprivation Flotation Tank

Ask a Practioner

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5 Questions for Jane Goodall

We talk to renowned primate researcher Jane Goodall about her latest book Seeds of Hope and staying connected to nature.

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Q&A: Krishna Das

With a new album, Kirtan Wallah, the best-selling kirtan singer reflects on language, practice, and the spiritual path.

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Q&A: Clark Strand

A Q&A with Clark Strand, author of Waking the Buddha.

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