It’s rare to see a film about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that focuses on artists. What made you decide to tell the story from this angle? I’ve always been interested in artists and how they can breathe life into stagnant conversations and political...
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The developer of a therapy called Somatic Experiencing, Peter Levine helps patients overcome traumatic memories through physical movement.
At the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, where he founded and leads the Institute for Extraordinary Living, Stephen Cope has been a yoga pioneer who’s helped bring the practice to schools, veterans groups, and hospitals.
Barbara Ehrenreich is disciplined in the art of hunker down, study, and observe, from immersing herself in the sciences to taking on a more public role in investigative journalism. She is best known for her breakout book, Nickel and Dimed, yet she has written a...
The Spearhead frontman reflects on acceptance, yoga, and his daily prayer.
By letting go of past hurts, we can heal not only ourselves, but our families, our communities, and our world.
Damien Echols, once on death row as part of the West Memphis Three, says deepening his study of Western mysticism helped him not only survive prison but to transcend it.
The acclaimed poet reflects on prayer, desperation, and letting go of what can’t be said.
1. Of all the people you’ve interviewed, who surprised you the most? I can’t choose! I hope that with every interview, my conversation partner will surprise themselves by putting words around something important in a way they hadn’t before. And every moment of...
Author Barbara Brown Taylor talks about her new book Learning to Walk in the Dark.