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The Biology of Anitya

All things, especially living ones, are marinating in the river of time. We see and understand that our bodies will wear out and we will die. At least that’s how it looks through the lens of…

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The Universe in Three Minutes

See the entire evolution of the cosmos as we know it in less than three minutes. More than 13 billion years ago, everything in the Universe was contained inside a singularity tinier than a proton. There…

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Free and Easy: A Spontaneous Vajra Song

By Venerable Lama Gendun Rinpoche Happiness can not be found through great effort and willpower, but is already present, in open relaxation and letting go. Don’t strain yourself, there is nothing to do or undo. Whatever momentarily…

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Nonlocality Gets a Boost – David Bohm Revisited

The Copenhagen interpretation of Quantum Mechanics asks us to believe that particle don’t have locations until we measure them.  There is, however, an alternative view, pioneered by Louis de Broglie in 1927 and developed by David Bohm…

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Are Black Holes Holograms?

If anything can sum up just how little we truly know about the Universe, it’s black holes. We can’t see them because not even light can escape their gravitational pull, we have no idea what they’re…

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Daniel Odier in Conversation

This interview by Lea Horvatic was first published in the Sutra Journal Daniel Odier is a Swiss author and screenwriter and a prolific writer on Eastern religious traditions, especially Tantra, who has experienced a mystical initiation…

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Math Has its Own Brain Region

“Mathematical knowledge is unlike any other knowledge. While our perception of the physical world can always be distorted, our perception of mathematical truths can’t be. They are objective, persistent, necessary truths. A mathematical formula or theorem…

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An Indigenous Approach To Healing Trauma

The Healing Power of Listening in Stillness By Jonathan Davis People have always experienced pain, and in the vast span of time before the colonial expansion of western culture, indigenous cultures weren’t without their methods of dealing with trauma. For…

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