For the Love of Learning Interview

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For the Love of Learning Media with Amy Edelstein

Join Lainie Liberti, Betsy Hanger, Kathryn Byrnes and myself for an indepth discussion about our experience bringing mindful into the school system. For the Love of Learning Episode 46 Mindfulness in Education Description: First, we must ask, what is mindfulness? Jon Kabat-Zinn, the biologist who first coined the term “mindfulness” in the ’70s, defines it as a state of mind: … Read More

Once Upon the Stars

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Future Primitive Interviews Amy Edelstein

Enjoy this interview with Joanna Harcourt-Smith from FuturePrimitive. She interviewed me about everything from working with teenagers to contemplating our relationship with the cosmos. Click here and let me know what you think!   “Amy Edelstein speaks with Joanna about: a visionary, uplifting city; defining evolutionary spirituality; closeness to the stars; a new felt sense towards our environment; opening our consciousness … Read More

An Ecosystem for Emergence

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Teleseminar with Amy Edelstein

An Ecosystem for Emergence Spring Teleseminar Millions around the world will be celebrating the Easter and Passover holidays and the arrival of Spring this weekend.It’s a time when the birds and the bulbs urge us to celebrate the spirit of freedom and the irrepressible impulse and beauty of life. It is the season to clear out the old and prepare … Read More

Toward the Future * Teilhard de Chardin

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Teilhard de Chardin Material creation no longer stretches between man and God like a fog or a barrier. It develops like an elevating, enriching ambience; and it is important not to try to escape from this or release oneself from it, but to accept its reality and make our way through it. Rightly speaking, there are no sacred or profane … Read More