The field of contemplative studies often focuses disproportionately on Buddhism. In this thorough and evocative article, Dr. Yuria Celidwen lays out the case for Indigenous contemplative science as a pathway to collective flourishing.
The sheer variety and magnitude of suffering in the world can be difficult to bear. But what might we discover if we turn toward the full complexity of our situation and abandon false narratives of our own powerlessness?
In this essay, Christine Wamsler explores an overlooked driver of ecological crises—the feedback loop between the human mind and planetary systems. How might a deeper understanding of this connection transform our relationship with Earth?