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5 Questions for Arianna Huffington

Cofounder and editor in chief of The Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington wants to put you to bed with her latest book, The Sleep Revolution. She will be the keynote speaker at the …

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5 Questions for Cheryl Richardson

Best-selling author Cheryl Richardson delves into midlife challenges and experiments with journal writing in her long-awaited return, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Re…

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5 Questions for Dava Sobel

In your book, you describe some of the women as “human computers.” What does this mean?In the days long before laptops—even before mainframe computers—human beings performed all th…

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5 Questions for Emeran Mayer

1. As the science is emerging on the mind-gut connection, what do you believe is the most significant discovery?The most important realization is to view the mind-brain-gut microbi…

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5 Questions for Julia Cameron

1. Why do you think people assume “it’s too late” to get creative in midlife?Ours is a youth-oriented culture. Our media perpetuates this myth. Magazines glorify the exploits and&n…

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5 Questions for Mary Oliver

Beloved poet and natural world evangelist Mary Oliver pulls the curtain for a rare glimpse behind her writing and life. Her new book of prose, Upstream, filled with gorgeous essays…

5 Questions for Nancy Ellen Abrams

In her new book, A God That Could Be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of Our Planet, Nancy Ellen Abrams unravels the complexities of the universe and God.1. In your book…

5 Questions for Shakti Gawain

1. What inspired you to write about relationships?My book is based on a workshop that I have led for many years, exploring how our relationships mirror our own consciousness. I bel…

5 Questions for Sonia Choquette

  1. In your latest book, you set out to walk the Camino de Santiago. How did this pilgrimage help you regain your spiritual footing amid years of personal suffering…

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A Simple Path to a Nutritional Detox

If stepping out of the demands of your daily life in order to take part in a heavy duty detox isn’t a reality, then try making daily, simple shifts that will support your body towa…

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An Interview with Andrea Petersen

S&H caught up with journalist Andrea Petersen, author of On Edge: A Journey through Anxiety

Arjuna Ardagh: Coaching Toward Awakenıng

Rabbi Rami: Your new book, Better Than Sex: The Ecstatic Art of Awakening Coaching, lays out a powerful and practical model for living. Let’s start with the basics. What do you mea…

Aung San Suu Kyi: Peace Through Work

Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi reflects on her spiritual life, our democratic responsibility, and the importance of asking questions.

Better Souls than Roles: An Interview with Ram Dass

Ram Dass, which means “servant of God,” was born Richard Alpert into a Jewish family in Newton, Massachusetts, in 1931. He earned a PhD in psychology at Stanford and began his spir…

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Catching Magic by the Tail

An Interview with Elizabeth Gilbert

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Dying as a Spiritual Practice: An Interview with BJ Miller

Featured Product// Learn More10 keynotes. 4 days. Join a community of thought leading caregivers and explore radical compassion and mindfulness. Sponsored by the New York Zen Cente…

Gary Zukav: The Seat of the Soul Turns 25

In 1980, Gary Zukav was awarded a National Book Award in the Science category for accurately explaining quantum physics in The Dancing Wu Li Masters. Then, in 1989, Zukav took on a…

Getting Used to Stuff: A Conversation with Daniel Gottlieb

“Thank God for GPS,” sighs psychologist, family therapist, radio host, and author Daniel Gottlieb, rolling into the Jewish Community Center in Bridgewater, New Jersey. If it were p…

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Goddess Rising: Awakening the Divine Feminine

Today’s modern society can best be described as a paradox: On the one hand, our culture seems to be quickly evolving into a luminous ”golden age” of consciousness we’ve never witne…

Hidden in Plain Sight

“Do it for them.” These are the words that Lisa Kristine, humanitarian photographer, had written on her hand as she approached the stage about to give a talk to a large audience on…

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Is Buddhism True?

An Interview with Robert Wright

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Kneading Love and Loss in the Kitchen

Lily Diamond learned the sensorial magic of culinary creativity from her mother, whose life was cut tragically short. In her new book Kale and Caramel (Atria 2017), Diamond shares …

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Listening to Trees

We interact with trees as strangers because we don’t know their stories. When we listen, we “unself” ourselves— and open to great beauty.

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Living Well with Chronic Pain

An Interview with Vidyamala Burch

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Make Room for All Your Feelings

An Interview with Mark Epstein

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My Practice: A Daily Ayurvedic Routine

Learn how Vedic master Michelle Fondin walks through her daily routine.

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Peter Sbaraglia: Customizing a Diet Plan to Every Athlete

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Poet Jane Hirshfield on the Mystery of Existence

Writer Kim Rosen raises questions about Zen, openness, and the “desperation” of the creative process.

Questions for Ram Dass

When you describe your first encounter with your guru, Neem Karoli Baba, the writing is so vivid, you seem to be reliving the experience. Does the encounter come to life anew each …

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Real Love is an Ability

Real love is love that is no longer dependent on another person. Instead, love comes from a sense of inner abundance. It’s the natural overflow from a capacity you’ve developed within.

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The Art of Caring: An Interview with Frank Ostaseski

"In Buddhism, we often talk about enlightenment or awakening, but words like that feel far away to me. I speak about intimacy."

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The Beauty and Grace of Facing Your Truth

A conversation with Glennon Doyle Melton

The Stubborn Gladness of Elizabeth Gilbert

Before Eat, Pray, Love was a movie and a travel tour, it was a memoir by the award-winning writer Elizabeth Gilbert, whose story of losing and finding herself resonates with just a…

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The Way of Silence: An Interview with Adyashanti

When people allow themselves to connect with what their spiritual life is about for them—what their deep questions are, what their deep yearning is—then they have all the vitality they need

Tim Miner: Spirituality without Religion

 A founder of the Order of Universal Interfaith and the executive director of the Council of Interfaith Communities of the United States, the Rev. Tim Miner also is a leader i…

Two Minutes with Eve Ensler

Best known for her groundbreaking play The Vagina Monologues, and as a founder of V-Day, a movement to call attention to violence against women, Eve Ensler reveals her harrowing st…

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Wake up from Unworthiness

An Interview with Tara Brach

What Keeps Me Going: An Interview with Michael Moore

Filmmaker Michael Moore went to Catholic seminary at age 14 and thought about becoming a priest. Instead, he became an activist. He started his own newspaper in Flint, Michigan, be…

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What Really Happens When We Meditate

An interview with Daniel Goleman and Richard Davidson about their new book, Altered Traits: Science Reveals How Meditation Changes Your Mind, Brain, and Body 

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What to do When Your Mind Starts to Growl

An interview with Sylvia Boorstein

What Would the Dalai Lama Do?

Contemplating creativity, compassion, mindfulness, and body image with singer/songwriter Amanda Palmer

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Wise Selfishness Rather than Foolish Selfishness

A conversation with the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu on the realization that nothing beautiful comes without some suffering.

Women's Health Expert Dr. Christiane Northrup

Are you at war with your body? Christiane Northrup is ready to broker a peace.

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