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The Psychology of Spiritual Seeking, Gabor Maté

Gabor Maté shares his perspective on the psychology of spiritual seeking in this interview which is part of Science and Nonduality Anthology Vol. 6 soon to be released in April 2016. Canadian physician Gabor Maté is…

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Healing Trauma and Spiritual Growth: Peter Levine & Thomas Huebl

In this memorable conversation from SAND 18 Peter Levine, the father of trauma therapy work, and Thomas Huebl, a spiritual teacher known for his work integrating healing of collective trauma, discuss the relationship between healing trauma…

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On Spiritual Bypassing and Relationship

Spiritual bypassing is a term I coined to describe a process I saw happening in the Buddhist community I was in, and also in myself. Although most of us were sincerely trying to work on ourselves,…

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Book Review: The Fellowship of the River

By Joe Tafur Reviewed by Tony Kendrew. As far as I know, this is a first: a book about ayahuasca and plant medicine and shamanism which manages to tie together the understandings of traditional practices with…

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The Neurobiology of Love

For anyone who has watched a friend fall in love, Nietzsche’s words from Thus Spoke Zarathustra might ring true: “There is always some madness in love. But there is always, also, some method in madness.” This…

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Emotions as Energy Flow and Information

by Matt Licata There is such a deeply rooted belief that we must do something with intense surges of feeling and emotion as they wash through: understand them, determine their cause, link them to some life…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Redefining trauma as the collective experience By Donna Thomas Its great that ACEs are high on the agenda for organizations that support adults, children & young people. Making links between adverse experiences in…

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Can Gut Bacteria Control Your Mood?

You are never truly alone. Everywhere you go, you carry trillions of microbes inside your gut. These countless creatures, invisible to the naked eye, form what scientists call the microbiome — a thriving ecosystem intimately connected…

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