Is society doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past, or can we break our addiction to old beliefs and patterns? A new guiding mythos is possible, says Kelly, informed by civic engagement and deep reprogramming.
The science on forgiveness is compelling but still maturing. Whatever the data, the act of forgiving will always depend on will, heart, and letting go.
Aggression and conflict in the quest for survival are jeopardizing our common future. Preston suggests that one way out is through mindfulness and detachment from the ego.
This pioneering psychologist-scientist in the study of child development concludes that nature needs nurture to nourish our inherent capacities for humane behavior.
In this short excerpt from his new book, the renowned primatologist shows that humans have as much in common with the conciliatory bonobo as with the bloodthirsty chimpanzee.
Our loss of deep intimacy with the natural world has had a devastating impact on human flourishing, perpetuating a vicious cycle of personal violence and ecological destruction. Restoring a felt sense of interconnectedness will heal the pain and return us to our intrinsic state of wholeness.
There has been an unprecedented explosion of interest in the pursuit of happiness. What are scientists learning? Is the quest for happiness appropriate and useful in a time of global instability? What’s missing from the discussion, and where is this quest taking us? Its pursuit is more—and less—complicated than we think.
Despite significant evidence that something unusual has been going on in the skies above planet Earth, serious investigation remains taboo. The result: far more questions than answers. Like psi phenomena, the topic of UFOs provides a litmus test for what we think we know—or want to.
Sequoyah Trueblood grew up on a self-sustaining farm, joined the Green Berets, taught Silva Mind Control and then worked extensively with Indian youth wilderness programs. He is of Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw/German/English ancestry and is currently creating perma-culture programs.
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