Initiated Yoruba priestess Luisah Teish introduces African healing modalities, including dancing, singing, body awareness, and working with nature.
Environmental justice activist Carl Anthony talks about the way in which our understanding of nature can provide a new vision of the struggle for racial and social justice.
Ecopsychology tells us that the healing of the self, and the healing of the planet are intertwined. Carl contends that there is an Ecopsychological blind spot in the United States, due to its Eurocentric perspective, which as has been based on the dominance paradigm. The “self” that ecopsychology needs to address, is a multi-cultural self, with many voices and many perspectives.
Bache examines the relationship between our personal transformation and the transformation of our species. Can we think of this time in our history as a collective "dark night of the soul?" Recorded at IONS' 2001 Conference: Spirit Rising.
Solarzar and Kyralani, hosts of Good Vibrations Radio™: Tools for Transformation, share their tips, tools and techniques to help their listeners change the vibrational frequency of their lives.
Solarzar and Kyralani were joined by Marilyn Schlitz, PhD., scientist, anthropologist and President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, who shared the history of IONS and the research it conducts as it studies spirituality using the discipline of science.
Former IONS President James O'Dea and Shift Network founder Stephen Dinan reflect on broad currents within the consciousness movement as it seeks solutions to the many challenges of our day. Discussion topics include spiritual activism, intergenerational collaboration, and the prospects for a truly global shift of culture and consciousness.
Excerpted from a longer dialogue, to be available soon.