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From Tagore to Holistic Science in Japan and China

Tagore in China, destruction and creation and a background into Holistic Science

Artisan Bread Making Is Back

Since our over-subscribed bread course earlier this year, Voirrey and I have been eagerly waiting for another chance to share the art of artisan bread baking

The Deer will Sing Again

A powerful narrative flows unhindered in many activist and civic society circles. It is the notion that the world is in crisis,

In Defence of Life

"We are as embedded in the living system that surrounds us as the rocks, the carbon prince and the calcium princess, so it is time for us as a species to rethink our participation in this living system we inhabit."

Happiness is more important than GDP

The idea of putting happiness at the heart of our economy is not new, but is not the focus of mainstream policy or culture in Western economies.

The Long Road to Enlightenment

Climate change may be a hot topic in 2016, but the debate has been going on for 200 years. Stephan Harding looks back at a life-or-death struggle for understanding.

Creating The World Anew

A “Shifting the Burden” pattern seems to go some way toward explaining the direction Western and, increasingly, worldwide culture has taken over the past 500 years—as well as some of the profound difficulties we face today.

The Healing of an Archetypal Wounding of Humanity

A letter from Woman Stands Shining, Pat McCabe for a profound healing ceremony that will take place in Europe this Spring

Life on Lesvos: 2 Months Volunteering at a Refugee Camp

As the refugee situation changes constantly and as the border between Greece and Macedonia is now closed, Jo McGain writes about her experiences working in a refugee camp in Greece.

The Emergence of Earth Jurisprudence

A lack of a wide-ranging legal framework for the protection of nature, both nationally and internationally, has led to an urgent call for an entirely new field of jurisprudence.