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Myths, Rituals, and Rites of Spring
Angela Murphy hosts this dialogue with Yoruba priestess Luisah Teish. They talk about the potential of spring and renewal, and our relationship to gardening and other earth-centered arts.
- Audio Teleseminars
Using Homer's Odyssey to Navigate Life's Perils and Pitfalls
Norman Fischer deftly incorporates Buddhist, Judaic, Christian, and popular thought, as well as his own unique and sympathetic understanding of life, in his reinterpretation of Odysseus's familiar wanderings as lessons that everyone can use.
- Publications Books
- June 3, 2008
- 256 pages
CREATING THE STORY OF TOMORROW
by Charles Johnston
CREATIVITY BEGINS IN THE WOMB
by Richard Heinberg
NURTURING THE POSSIBLE
by Wendy Anne McCarty
BECOMING CONSCIOUSLY VIBRALINGUAL
by Rachel Bagby
PARADOX, BREAKTHROUGH, AND THE ZEN KOAN
by John Tarrant
DREAMING MIND AND CREATIVE MIND
by Fariba Bogzaran
THE SPACIOUS CENTER
by Aftab Omer
JOHN MACK – A TRIBUTE
by Michael H. Cohen
CLASSICS IN CREATIVITY
by Willis Harman, Howard Rheingold, and Rollo May
Frontiers of Research
Creative or Defective?
by Dean Radin
- March - May 2005
Julia Butterfly Hill is known for her environmental activism, but she is also a deeply spiritual and reflective being. In this dialogue, she reveals her sense that the most important thing we can do is to hold an image of our world as whole, connected, and complete.
- Audio Interviews
Network for Grateful Living founder Brother David Steindl Rast has walked in many worlds, from contemplative Christian monasteries to Naval academies to new paradigm workshops at Esalen. Out of his broad experience has emerged a deep wisdom that lights the path forward from traditional theistic religion and its reliance on doctrine and belief to panentheism, which focuses on direct experience and seeing God as fully present in the world.
- Audio Interviews
Ryan Feinstein is a community organizer from the California Bay Area who has been designing and hosting multi-generational World Café experiences since 2004. Based on the profound impact of the World Café in his early life, Ryan has a passion for supporting people of all ages to convene authentic conversations and build their collaborative learning capacity. Ryan is also the program director for the Bali Institute for Global Renewal, which is an organization that provides leadership development training and cultural immersion experiences in Bali.
Nan Phifer, author of Memoirs of the Soul: A Writing Guide, serves as an associate director for the Oregon Writing Project at the University of Oregon and presents workshops for writers' groups, libraries, religious and contemplative organizations, continuing education programs, and retreat and renewal organizations. Her interest in American Literature and her Master of Liberal Arts studies at The Johns Hopkins University contributed background for her present work. Her workshops range from monthly sessions in Indianapolis where she co-guided pastors in writing to explore their vocational dedication, to a retreat in the Rocky Mountains, to nation-wide, on-line teaching for Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. At The Church of the Epiphany in Washington, DC, she led participants in writing to design sacred space, and on the West Coast she guided writers in exploring wilderness without, and within, themselves. Currently, she designs a series of interfaith writing workshops.
To learn more about Nan’s book and workshops, please go to www.memoirsofthesoul.com or write to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Fox is author of 26 books including Original Blessing, The Reinvention of Work, Creativity: Where the Divine and the Human Meet and One River, Many Wells: Wisdom Springing from Global Faiths. He was a member of the Dominican Order for 34 years. He holds a doctorate (received summa cum laude) in the History and Theology of Spirituality from the Institut Catholique de Paris.
Wayne Muller is a therapist, minister, community advocate, consultant, public speaker, and bestselling author of several books. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School, Wayne spent the last thirty-five years following a thread through the rich company of the family of the earth – including those loved and those abused, the courageous and bereft, the generous and the exhausted. Because Wayne listens for what is beautiful, strong, and true in each of us, he invites us to learn together how to find nourishment and delight in our lives as they unfold in new, often unexpected directions.
Wayne has consulted with numerous community organizations, educational institutions and healthcare corporations. He is the founder of Bread for the Journey – a network of ordinary people who engage in grassroots, neighborhoodphilanthropy through micro-grants. Along with being an Extended Faculty member at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, he has served as Senior Scholar at the Fetzer Institute, and received several awards for his work with those in need.
He is now working with individuals and small groups as a private mentor and spiritual director, helping those facing change or transition in their life or work, helping clarify their inner sense of meaning and purpose. Wayne shares his time, care and attention to find together any emerging threads that can guide them safely to their new, evolving destiny.
He is the author of A Life of Being, Having and Doing Enough; Sabbath: Finding Rest, Renewal and Delight in our Busy Lives, and Legacy of the Heart: The Spiritual Advantages of a Painful Childhood, among others.
Wayne lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his beloved wife Kelly and their children.
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