This issue’s featured artist is Linda Luttinger who has graced us with many of her dreamy pieces that we have spread out across this publication.
Tim Freke combines evolutionary science and deep spirituality to offer a visionary new understanding of the nature of reality and the purpose of life.
In this interview, Ken Wilber shares his view on the divided and polarized state of our culture and what it will take for us to unify into a coherent whole again.
Today is the first anniversary of Michael’s death. I awakened earlier than I wanted, but I’ve become used to this in the past three years of his dying and death.
Raw. That is the first word that comes to mind when I think of Mirabai Starr’s memoir Caravan of No Despair. The second is brave.
This last year has taught me about individual and collective grief on a scale I had only been able to imagine in books and television.
When I was researching for our Grief, Loss and Transformation theme, I came across the book The Gate of Tears by Jay Michaelson. Jay is a bestselling author working at the intersection of politics and spirituality, and I have known him for a few years to be a man of deep integrity and sensitivity.
In 1986, the Buddhist Cultural Center did something highly unusual. It collected the original letters between a female septuagenarian householder and an esteemed Sri Lankan meditation master…
Eliza Robertson has won several awards and titles for her writings and is also a pretty badass astrologer.
In this interview, we illuminate and unravel the Mystery of Portugal’s most famous writer.
When we decided to devote an issue to the transformative power of fiction, I knew that I wanted to speak with E.J. Gold. What is most interesting to me about E. J. is how amazingly creative he is…
In these troubled and challenging times of global pandemic and civil unrest, the artistic vision that Wassily Kandinsky first articulated over a century ago, seems perfectly appropriate.
When was the last time you came across a story that so totally captivated your imagination that you put aside doing everything else to travel to lands far far away?
In this interview, we explore a famous group of artists who pioneered the art style that would later be known as Abstract Expressionism.
What does an Artist of Possibility look like during more difficult times? As we all know, especially given the major challenges that we’ve had to face this year, life can get messy…
Joseph Goldstein’s message is at once traditional and utterly contemporary. Contemporary not because it has specifically been updated, but rather because it comes from his own practice…
For years I’ve taught a form of meditation I call The Practice of No Problem. The goal of this meditation is to release our awareness from its compulsive habits of fear, worry and self- concern, and – if we choose – to follow it to profound heights of spiritual freedom and illumination.
Dr. Shefali Tsabary is an acclaimed author, international speaker, clinical psychologist, and wisdom teacher. Phil Moore is one of our contributing teachers in the Mystery School for a New Paradigm.
This year has plunged me, and most people I know, into a state of pure uncertainty. More than ever I find myself feeling out of control, even when I acknowledge that the story I’ve told myself about how the world works is as unstable as the melting ice caps.
In stumbling upon ‘The Art of Is’, I was immediately captivated by how the author weaves musical improvisation into an expression of living life as a form of art in itself.
In this article, we take a close look at Edward Slingerland’s book Tying Not to Try: The Art and Science of Spontaneity with additional insights from an interview that we conducted with the author.
We’ve all heard of stories of ordinary people accomplishing amazing physical feats. Like a mother conjuring superhuman strength to rescue her child from under a pile of concrete. Or a good Samaritan w ho displays lightning-fast instincts, pushing someone aw ay from a moving vehicle…
When I first spoke with Chela Rhea Harper I realized that her career as a musician and a creative alchemy coach was driven by her discovery of the deep wellspring of creative potential that lies inside each of us.