by Karen Wyatt, MD
This precarious moment in time, when apparent destruction seems so ominously close, is actually a gift: an opportunity to remember and embrace our highest potential.
by Susan B. Eirich, PhD
The spirituality of wild animals is being discovered and nurtured at this unique sanctuary for wounded and abandoned creatures. They have much to teach us, as long as our hearts are open.
by Richard Tarnas, PhD and Dean Radin, PhD
This short lesson in the history of paradigm shifts reveals the complexity of these movements and the importance of the many forces at play. The Copernican Revolution didn’t just happen and neither will the next one—but the conditions are ripening.
by Lee Lipsenthal, MD
In the final months before his passing, former IONS Board Member Lee Lipsenthal captured on paper what for him were the most enduring values he learned from a life well-lived: relationship, love, and gratitude.