10 Results: rage
Making Inner Peace Possible
A respected voice on women and rage and president of Bridges, Branches & Braids—an organization that "works with negative energies in positive ways"—Ruth King joins host Belvie Rooks to discuss Ruth's book "Healing Rage: Making Inner Peace Possible." Ruth addresses the different disguises of rage and how we all exhibit some of them ...
- Audio Shorts
In this recorded message to members, Former IONS President James O'Dea talks with us about "A Quest for Meaning." In his poetic style, James explores the history of humankind, language and worldview, offering a powerful testament to how consciousness can reshape our lives and our world.
- Audio Lectures
Air America radio host Thom Hartmann is rising quickly as a voice for societal progress, economic justice, and spiritual awakening. In this interview, he explores a wide range of subjects, from the vital importance of small acts of compassion to stopping the corruptive influence of corporate personhood.
- Audio Interviews
Ruth King, MA, is a respected voice on transforming rage. President of Bridges, Branches & Braids—an organization working with negative emotions in positive ways—and home of the Celebration of Rage™ retreat. King is the author of Healing Rage--Women Making Inner Peace Possible and the audio CD Soothing the Inner Flames of Rage—Meditations that Educate the Heart and Transform the Mind.
Each day the world seems to grow smaller and more complex. Wars rage. Intolerance breeds contempt across races, ethnicities, and nations. Refugees wander, far from their homes. In too many ...
- Global Shift
The controversy over the existence of psychic phenomena, now commonly called psi, has been raging for centuries. But it is only in the last 100 years that psychical researchers, now commonly called parapsychologists, have been mostly confined to their laboratories in order to gather experimental evidence. The anecdotal evidence is easy to question and dismiss, and so the critics have demanded – quite reasonably – reliable experimental evidence for the existence of psi. Has such evidence been provided?
For the first time in modern human history, the cycle of knowledge is returning to what we knew in our distant past: we are connected to something deeper. We are not machines. Intelligent information flows through us and communicates with our environment, and this means that human survival is much more likely when we cooperate.
Remember The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra? Its artful blending of science and mysticism captured the zeitgeist of a rogue network of paradigm-bending researchers who forever changed the direction of physics.
Not too long ago, we thought of the body as a machine and the brain as some sort of computer that ran the show. But much recent research indicates that the brain is essentially a social organ with its cells and pathways wired for empathy, for experiencing the joys and sufferings of others as if they were our own. Our brain, our hormones, and our immune system are an intimately related care-connection system.
10 Results: rage