Have you ever wondered why the trend in modern science, scholarship, and practical expertise seems inexorably headed in one direction—towards more and more narrow specialization?
Nāgārjuna is by any account the most influential Mahāyāna philosopher.
One of the most interesting things about what we call “knowledge” is its extraordinary flexibility.
Sri Aurobindo was a modern Indian yogi who founded the form of yoga known as Integral Yoga.
Abhinavagupta is an enigmatic figure, not because he tells us so little about himself, but because he tells us so much.
Vineet Chander is the Coordinator for Hindu Life and Hindu Chaplain at Princeton University and a Religious Life Leader at the Lawrenceville School.
Zhenevere is a poet, novelist, playwright, and the director of the SACRa Theater Company.
Swami Swatmananda is an acharya of Chinmaya Mission of South Mumbai.
Alberto is a medical anthropologist who has studied the shamanic healing practices of the Amazon and Andes for more than 25 years.
Daniel Simpson teaches yoga philosophy at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, on teacher trainings and online.
Mirabai Starr is an award-winning author of creative non-fiction and contemporary translations of sacred literature.
Lama Rod is a Buddhist spiritual teacher and queer social justice activist.
Greta is an eco-feminist and philosopher.
Two short conversations on bhakti with yoga teacher Mary and Shakta-tantra teacher Kavitha Chinnaiyan
Shambhavi is a “sannyasi householder” and Tantrik teacher.
Two short conversations on bhakti with kirtan artist Nina Rao and yoga philosopher Hari-kirtana das.