The article asserts dismantling systemic racism means, “go[ing] beyond token gestures of diversity and inclusion and arriv[ing] at a fundamental rethinking of the role of museums.”
The form it takes in most societies has been relatively predictable because people within them learn to live by and function within social norms and customs mean…
Diane Dreher, Ph.D., is a bestselling author, researcher, and positive psychology coach. This conversation focuses on her latest book, The Tao of Inner Peace.
Gavin Flood is the Academic Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and author of the recent books Religion and the Philosophy of Life; Hindu Monotheism; and The Truth Within, a History of Inwardness in Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism.
Theologian and activist, Matthew Fox, is reviving Creation Spirituality which blends teachings from the Christian mystics with science, the arts, social justice, environmentalism, and ideas from other spiritual traditions worldwide.
Jacoby Ballard’s book, A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation, offers a distinctly queer lens on yoga and meditation.
Rev. Dr. Michelle Voss Roberts teaching and research invite others to imagine themselves in relation to diverse religious worlds, in which particularities of embodiment—such as gender, gender identity, and sexuality, racialization, dis/ability, and culture—matter.
John J. Thatamanil is the author of The Immanent Divine: God, Creation, the Human Predicament and, most recently, Circling the Elephant: A Comparative Theology of Religious Diversity.
These traditions, which seem to indicate a fluid and mutable approach to gender identities—often rooted in the idea that gender can be exchanged or, ultimately, transcended, are of increasing interest to queer practitioners seeking to examine religious traditions that embody the performative nature of gender.
Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed writer, poet, translator, and mystical teacher. In this interview, Harvey gives practical instructions on how to become a Sacred Activist.
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, a masterwork of spirituality, psychology and philosophy, are attributed to Patanjali. Compiled a few hundred years before the Common Era, these teachings arose out of a most prolific and sophisticated civilization – ancient India.
Layering traditional kirtan with instantly accessible melodies and modern instrumentation, Krishna Das has been called yoga’s “rock star.”
This personal essay will focus on various issues which arise when one is a scholar-practitioner in a spiritual tradition.