Erika Nicole Finn Interviews Amy on Live, Love, Grow

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Erika Nicole Finn interviews Amy Edelstein

Listen to the interview here. Host Erika Nicole Finn talks to author Amy Edelstein about how we can increase the likelihood of a successful marriage by looking at how love and marriage have evolved. About Amy Edelstein: Amy is an author, educator and speaker. Amy is the co-founder of Emergence Education, which produces educational materials for personal growth and the exploration of cultural development. … Read More

When You Go Beyond the Ego You Become an Offering to the World

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Mata Amritanandamayi - Ammachi

An interview with Ammachi. A tiny dark-skinned woman draped in a white sari beams as she totters down the aisle of loving devotees. Their outstretched hands are like feather plumes, waving, reaching to brush her as she leaves the crowded hall. Her face is placid, strong and fully alert, as it has been unwaveringly for the last five hours, but … Read More

A Song that Goes On Singing

Amy EdelsteinBlog, Dialogues, Evolutionary Spirituality, Featured Posts

Spiral

An interview with philosopher & founder of Schola Contemplatonis Beatrice Bruteau. AE: In this issue we are exploring spiritual evolution and the relationship between enlightenment and evolution. You are one of the pioneering thinkers in evolutionary spirituality and your work has been devoted to bringing an evolutionary view to Christian contemplative life. In your book, God’s Ecstasy, you have said, … Read More

Spiritual Activism & Peacebuilding: A Work in Progress

Amy EdelsteinBlog, Cultural Development, Dialogues, Featured Posts, Social Activism, Values, Ethics, Morals

The Legacy of the Belgian Congo and the Story of Mulegwa Zihindula spokesperson for Pres. Joseph Kabila in 2002                      Raised in a village in Eastern Congo. Became a Christian Pastor. Received a Masters Degree in Conflict Transformation at a University in the US. Served as Spokesperson for President Joseph Kabila in … Read More

Calling for More Conscience on a Difficult Issue: Rigoberta Menchu Tum

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 Amy Edelstein interviews Nobel Laureate Rigoberta Menchu Tum Equally at home with President Jaques Chirac and indigenous peoples from around the world, Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Nobel Laureate and activist, stands out for her uncompromising ability to build bridges and bring the issues of the poor and often forgotten peoples of the world forward with strength, dignity, and fortitude. After the … Read More