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Is it possible that our Sun has a companion star, and that together they carry Earth through a recurring 24,000-year orbit of powerful stellar influcences? Supported by impeccable science, author Walter Cruttenden puts forth a radical new theory that could change the way we understand the cycles of human history.
- Publications Books
- September 22, 2005
- 240 pages
Rassouli , a visionary artist, talks with host Angela Murphy about his inspirational work and process. He will often climb a mountain in the dark, usually on a Sunday before the sun rises, to watch the change from the darkness into light. This time of transformation is the essence of creativity for Rassouli.
- Audio Teleseminars
In this engaging dialogue with IONS President Marilyn Schlitz, Dr. Dacher describes our conception of health not as something to be fixed but revealed. Our human potential is limitless, yet we tend to deny our precious opportunity to gain vast, profound, and enduring health, happiness, and wholeness.
- Audio Teleseminars
In this engaging dialogue, Dr. Dacher describes our conception of health as something not to be fixed but revealed. Our human potential is limitless, he says, yet we tend to deny our precious opportunity to gain vast, profound, and enduring health, happiness, and wholeness.
- Audio Shorts
Deepak Chopra explores the mystery of your body in its growth from a single cell to a symphony of activities guided by an inner intelligence that mirrors the wisdom of the universe.
- Video Shorts
In this one-minute video, Dr. Schlitz explores the possibility that we are now going through the next scientific revolution, one every bit as profound as those created by Copernicus, Darwin, and Einstein.
- Video Shorts
Deepak argues that consciousness is the phenomenon, and all else is the epiphenomenon. Just as our DNA differentiates skin, bone, and organs, our consciousness differentiates perceptions, cognition, moods, behavior, biology, social interaction, personal relations, the environment, and forces of nature.
- Audio Lectures
Dr. Mitchell Krucoff and host Marilyn Schlitz engage a thought-provoking discussion of noetic health care. After Dr. Krucoff's visit to a hospital in India, he was inspired to research the intangible. Why were the pediatric cardiology patients in India smiling? When children with severe heart problems didn't cry, he and his team wanted to know why.
- Audio Teleseminars
Founder of the Sonoma Ashram in California and a teacher at the Nine Gates Mystery School, Babaji (Baba Harihar Ramji) discusses a unique perspective on intention as a state of tension in which something is desired.
- Audio Interviews
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
Like the mayfly, which lives but one day a year and knows nothing of the seasons, the human being has an average life span that comprises only one-360th of the roughly 24,000-year precessional cycle. And just as the mayfly born on an overcast, windless day has no idea that there is anything as splendid as sunshine or a breeze, so do we, born in an era of materialistic rationality, have little awareness of a golden age or higher states of consciousness – though that is the ancestral message.
William Arntz is the producer, director, and screenwriter behind the breakthrough film, What the #$*! Do We Know?. He is also president of Captured Light Productions.
Luisah Teish is a writer, performance artist and ritual events consultant. Her writing credits include several plays (“Rice and Revolution”, ”The Division of the Cowries”, “The Rise and Fall of Sam DeClaws Or How DeClaws Got Clipped” and “ The Deer Woman of Owo), She is also the author of several books on African and African American Spiritual Culture. They include “Jambalaya: The Natural Woman’s Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals” a women’s spirituality classic. “ Carnival of the Spirit: Seasonal Celebrations and Rites of Passage “, Jump Up: Good Times Throughout the Seasons with Celebrations from Around the World”, and “What Don’t Kill Is Fattening Revisited: Twenty Years of Poetry, Prose, and Myth. She has contributions to thirteen anthologies and has written numerous movie, play and book reviews. She has published articles and interviews in magazines such as Essence, Ms., Shaman’s Drum, and the Yoga Journal.
In the late 60’s through early 70’s Ms. Teish was a member of the Katherine Dunham Dance Company at The Performing Arts Training Center in E. St. Louis Illinois; and was the choreographer for The Black Artist Group in St. Louis, Missouri.Presently she is the Artistic Director of Ase Theater and “The Women in White Peace Performance Group” in Oakland (2002- to the present). She has served as a consultant and a performer on scripts with cultural, racial, gender, and spiritual themes. They include ”The Sanctified Church: The Works of Zora Neale Hurston” at Life on the Water Theatre in San Francisco. (1989) Club Termina: A Play on Women and Breast Cancer with Indecent Exposure Theater in Hollywood, California. (1991) Nzinga the King-Queen, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York (1993). From Whores to Matriarchs: Black Women Survivors on the Edge, at the Lorraine Hansberry Theater, and in the American Conservatory Theater’s award-winning production of PECONG in San Francisco (1995-98).She has also served as Storytelling Director, and an Artist-in Residence of Stagebridge Intergenerational Theater (2001-2003) and as a cultural consultant to the Prescott Circus Theater (1989-2006).
Film and Television:
Her film and television performance credits include, the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Rob Nelson Show, the Roseanne Barr show (with Eartha Kitt), the Other Side, ”Not A Love Story” and the Goddess Remembered film series (Canadian film board).
Conference Speaker/ Weaver:
Teish has delivered keynote addresses and/or served as a conference weaver for School of Conscious Evolution, the Body and Soul Conference, Bioneers: Collective Heritage Conference, the Wisdom and Action conference
The Business and Consciousness Conference and Mishka Productions to name a few.
She is the Olori (director) of Ile Orunmila Oshun (The House of Destiny and Love www.ileorunmilaoshun.org) and the School of Ancient Mysteries/Sacred Arts Center in Oakland, Ca. She teaches Spirituality and Culture at the California Institute of Integral Studies, John F. Kennedy University, and the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology and New College of California, in the San Francisco Bay Area
Teish designs and conducts weddings, naming ceremonies, memorials, and a host of seasonal celebrations. Teish designed Rites of Passage program for the Institute of Noetic Sciences, and is the director of the Full Faze Passage Council, a multi-racial, multi-cultural network of artists, consultants, and spiritual advisors experienced in event design and production.
A resident of the Bay Area for thirty years, Ms. Teish has been actively involved in teaching transformation, working to insure justice and peacekeeping. She is the past Vice-president of the Association for Transpersonal Psychology, a member of the International Women’s Writing Guild, founder of the Spirit Women’s Art Network.
Sacred Sites Tour Guide:
She conducts research in cultural history and Eco-spiritual sacred sites tours in Nigeria, the Caribbean, and the Americas. Teish is internationally known for her rituals, writings, and performances of traditional folklore and re-imagined mythology. She has lectured and performed in South America, New Zealand, Australia and Europe.
Spiritual Guidance Counselor:
She is an initiated elder and Womanchief in the Ifa/Orisha tradition of Southwest Nigeria and the chair of the International Committee on Women’s Issues. She is an initiated elder (Iyanifa) in the Ifa/Orisha tradition of the West African Diaspora, and she hold a chieftancy title (Yeye’woro) from the Fatunmise Compound in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Teish is an initiated elder (Iyanifa) in the Ifa/Orisha tradition of the West African Diaspora, and she hold a chieftancy title (Yeye’woro) from the Fatunmise Compound in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Presently she is the Chair of the World Orisha Congress Committee on Women’s Issues. She is a devotee of Damballah Hwedo, the Haitian Rainbow Serpent, under the guidance of Moma Lola. She was awarded a Ph.D. in Spiritual Therapeutics from Open International University’s School of Complementary Medicine in Colombo Sri Lanka in 1993. She holds an Inter-Faith minister’s license from the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences. In 1969 she received initiation into to the Fahamme Temple of Amun-Ra in St. Louis, Missouri.
She later went on to study indigenous Native North and South American traditions (including the Caribbean). She has conducted workshops on Black and Native American culture at Medicine Wheels (under the directions of Sun Bear’s tribal elders). And La Casa de la Poesia in Caracas Venezuela uses her book, Jump Up, as a text on the mythology of the Goddess Maria Lionza. Teish has conducted tours with the School of Conscious Evolution, to sacred sites in several countries, including Egypt, Nigeria, and Jamaica.
Van Jones is the founder and National Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights (EBC). Headquartered in Oakland, CA, EBC is a national organization that challenges human rights abuses in the U.S. criminal justice system. Born in rural west Tennessee in 1968, Van is a 1990 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin and a 1993 graduate of the Yale Law School. Van is a steadfast opponent of policies that result in the over-imprisonment and unlawful abuse of marginalized peoples in the United States. He is helping to lead a national fight for alternatives to the U.S. incarceration industry. In 2008, HarperCollins published Van's first book, the New York Times best-seller The Green Collar Economy: How One Solution Can Fix Our Two Biggest Problems .
Human Rights Crusader Van has been a pioneer in challenging police abuse, as well as the over-incarceration of young people. He helped to found the Ella Baker Center to anchor multiple efforts to challenge the criminalization, incarceration and abuse of low-income people and people of color. His efforts have won him widespread local, national and international recognition. His awards and honors include:
- Global Leader for Tomorrow, 2002
- Ashoka Fellowship, 2000-03
- Kerry Kennedy Cuomo "Human Rights Defender," 2000.
- Reebok International Human Rights Award, 1998 Rockefeller Foundation ‘Next Generation Leadership’
Social Entrepreneur Van brings an innovative spirit and entrepreneurial drive to his social change work. He has also recognized that breaking the incarceration industry's stranglehold on public debate and policy requires greater partnership between human rights activists and the progressive business community. Under Van's leadership, the Ella Baker Center has begun to pioneer new methods of promoting the human rights agenda. EBC is incubating a record label, Freedom Fighter Music. Freedom Fighter Music harnesses urban music and youth culture to tackle human rights issues. EBC has also formed a partnership with two urban media companies, New World Culture and Mindzeye Entertainment, to promote EBC's human rights message. Van has also worked diligently to build bridges between socially responsible business leaders and human rights activists. These efforts led him in 1999 to join the Social Venture Network, a powerful consortium of progressive business leaders. In 2001, Van was elected to serve as an SVN board member. He is also a non-profit member of the Full Circle Fund, a group of young Silicon Valley philanthropists.
Media Activist Van has an extensive background in media and communications. He has worked as a professional journalist, independent publisher, cartoonist, columnist and a national spokesperson. Van has also served as a leading board member for two progressive media organizations. Before entering law school, Van worked as an intern at the Jackson Sun (Tennessee), the Shreveport Times (Louisiana) and the Associated Press (Nashville bureau). He also helped to launch and spearhead a number of independent, campus-based publishing efforts. These enterprises included the Fourteenth Circle (University of Tennessee), the Periscope (Vanderbilt University), the New Alliance Project (state-wide in Tennessee), and the Third Eye (Nashville's African-American community). As a national spokesperson for the Ella Baker Center, Van is a regular guest on KPFA, the Bay Area's Pacifica network radio station. He has also appeared as a guest on CNN, BET (Black Entertainment Television), National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio's "Democracy Now" and many other radio and television programs.
Meditation allows us to penetrate the surface experiences of the mind and gain a more detailed understanding of its workings and essential nature. That understanding allows us to remove the veils that obscure our authentic nature, revealing the qualities of human flourishing.
- Inner Wisdom
- Personal Well-being
In the fractured debate between Darwin and God, why can't both be true?
Sacred geography is where the physical environment and spirit meet. A prime example of this is given by the Mamas, or religious elite of the Kogi Indians of northern Columbia, who are trained to see simultaneously both the physical world and the spirit otherworld...
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