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Peter Sbaraglia: Customizing a Diet Plan to Every Athlete

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5 Questions for Sharon Salzberg

1. What important lesson came out of your childhood? Maybe most strikingly, the impermanence and uncertainty of life. As a child I had no ability to extract the sweet from the bitter of this truth. Now, as an adult with a long background in meditation...

Living for the Future with Joanna Macy

By anyone’s standards, Joanna Macy has lived a far-reaching and audacious life. As a young woman, after studying the French Communist Party during a Fulbright year in France, she was recruited to work for the CIA in Cold War Germany. She discovered Buddhism while working...

HAWA ABDI: Waiting for the Rain

A Somali gynecologist, lawyer, and farmer, Dr. Hawa Abdi began sheltering refugees on the 1,300 acres of farmland surrounding her Mogadishu hospital more than 20 years ago, helping to care for more than 90,000 people in a recent drought. A Nobel Peace Prize nominee and the...

SUE MONK KIDD: A Soaring New Novel

Religion is an important theme in this novel. Tell us about that. In the early 1800s, religion was often used as a way to keep slavery in place. Slaves were forced to attend the church of their owners, listen to selective dogma that kept them obedient...

TIM RYAN: Leading the "Quiet Caucus"

How do you understand mindfulness? More and more health practitioners are telling us that mindfulness meditation can create positive brain function and lead to a happier, healthier lifestyle. That’s how I engage with mindfulness. It’s about finding...

ASK A PRACTITIONER: Spagyric Alchemist

Our work comes from a tradition of alchemy, but spagyrics specifically applies to plants and healing work.

Native Intelligence

Environmental activist Tom Goldtooth discusses the Keystone XL pipeline, the “spiritual battle” against climate change, and reconnecting with Mother Earth.

Challenging the Legacy of Privilege

Awakening us to our interdependency with others, Paul Kivel questions the mythology of success based on individual achievement  and hard work. Awakening us to our interdependency with others, Paul...

The Self and the Other

It’s been 50 years since the civil rights movement. We’ve elected an African American president. Yet you say we still have a long way to go to assure equality for all. We know a lot more than we did in the 1960s and ’70s. We know about the unconscious...

Joan Borysenko on the Great Soul Wound

Joan Borysenko, a Harvard-trained scientist who explored the wonders of the mind-body-spirit connection, discusses the link between our physical health and that of the planet.

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