by Jon Klimo, PhD
During the past forty years, as channeling has become more prominent in the public eye, it has also become a more loaded, polarizing, and even emotional subject. Klimo, the world’s foremost scholar on this phenomenon, evaluates the latest book on the subject, Tuning In.
by Tiffany Shlain
Webby Awards founder Shlain believes the Internet is synthesizing the two hemispheres of our brain while calling us to join a global revolution with immense transformative potential. She explores this potential—and the impact of the loss of her father, acclaimed surgeon-author Leonard Shlain—in her new film, Connected.
by Elliott Dacher, MD
The human capacity for lifelong well-being was well known to wise women and men throughout time and across diverse cultures. The ancient Greeks called it eudaimonia—human flourishing, the flourishing of our deepest nature.
by Mariana Caplan, PhD
Here in the skeptical West, the notion of a guru is more often associated with scandal and manipulation than as a direct and legitimate means of consciousness transformation. Caplan, a psychotherapist and long-time devotee, attempts to demystify the myths while also pointing out the precariousness of such a journey.