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Reilly Dow | Art of the Scribe


In my work as a scribe, I get to spend a lot of time listening, sensing, and weaving visual stories using quick drawing. I try to be careful not to name, package, or fix anything.

Living Radical Impermanence


The pace of change at the emerging edge of climate response, culture, politics and technology is so fast now it’s like we’re trying to build a raft as we hurtle down the rapids.

Recovering the Divine Feminine


In order to transform our present view of reality we need to understand the ideas and beliefs that have created it. When did we lose the awareness that all life is sacred? Why did we lose the feminine archetype that connected us to nature?

Howling in Place


Lately I’m hearing a lot more howls – and more robust, realistic ones – so either my neighbors (and their dogs) are seriously getting into it now, or real coyotes are responding in kind.

Coronavirus Spells the End of the Neoliberal Era. What’s Next?


Coronavirus is a political crucible, melting down and reshaping current norms. Will the new era be a “Fortress Earth” or a harbinger of a transformed society based on a new set of values?

The Evolutionary Potential of Wealth


Right now, the greatest generational wealth transfer in human history is underway. Over the next 25 years, 45 million U.S. households will pass a mind-boggling $68 trillion to their children. Can Brian Swimme's cosmological model point young inheritors toward a new vision for giving during this pivotal evolutionary moment?

Kito Mbiango | The Power of Art to Drive Action


Kito Mbiango’s work speaks nostalgically to our primal intelligence, engaging us in a conscious reflection about our collective evolution. His “Climate Change Collection” is a response to the accelerating environmental degradation we are facing and have imposed upon nature and all wildlife.

Collective Trauma and Our Emerging Future 


When we talk about the current situation in the 21st century, one of the few things most people would agree on is that, yes, we do live in an age of disruption. That means the future is going to be different from the past.

The Next Civilization, with Jeremy Lent


These received ideas that we have about meaning, how do they actually arise? Whose word are these ideas from?