The Many Faces of Origin
Lisa discusses origins’ myriad meanings and deepening our awareness and development through the body-mind-spirit connection.
WHIP: Parliament in your Hands
Technology heralds a more responsive system of governance and accountability, and it lies in our hands to harness its power.
One Earth, One Humanity, One Future
Replacing the old story of separation with the new story of unity and embracing radical pluralism is the imperative of our time, says Satish Kumar.
Buddhists Must Awaken to the Ecological Crisis
Buddhists, says David Loy, have often been slow to open their eyes to the problem of climate change. He examines key Buddhist teachings to try to understand why.
To My Twenty-Year-Old Friend
Professor William Waldron
William Waldron recalls his younger self, giving his own unique account of the Four Noble Truths.
The Importance of Words: swimming the etymological stream of spirituality.
Matthew Taylor goes on a journey through time, cultures and geographies to unlock the meaning and wisdom held within the words we speak.
The Tantric Buddhist Roots of Hatha Yoga
Dr James Mallinson
Dr James Mallinson explores the Tantric Buddhist roots of Hatha Yoga and reveals how, even in its earliest iterations, the practice of it was considered advantageous for everyone...
The Goddess Kali. How far would you go?
Grace Fforde urges us to invoke the warrior goddess of Kali Ma, to reclaim the dimensions of our power and stand up against climate change apathy.
Visioning the Future for Our Global Family
Elisabet Sahtouris, Ph.D.
Evolution biologist Elizabeth Sahtouris envisions a scenario in which science leads the way out of ecological crisis, uniting us into a flourishing global community.
Poem: A Pilgrim’s Progress
Hubert Cecil shares some reflections from his walk across France in aid of Cancer Research and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The Give Back Generation: A New Beginning
Guy Burgs informs us how, growing up in the world today, we are faced with a great challenge, and a great opportunity to initiate change.
Defining Our Own Dietary Decisions
Matthew Taylor delves into the difficulty of dietary labelling, and highlights the importance of retaining our individual agency when it comes to deciding what we do and do not eat.
The Unselfish Spirit at Work
Mick Collins looks at the deeper meanings of our everyday actions, and how our ‘ways of doing’ can become pathways for emancipatory action.
Kabir in the City
Mohammed Zaahidur Rahman
Hate the town in the tube,
eat roots in Pret,
step grimy feet in Chelsea,
rattle your vegan tambourine,
shut your mandala blinds.
Gaia in the West Country
by Stephan Harding
Stephan Harding explores Gaia theory as an antidote to the mechanistic worldview of the West, and looks at ways we can develop our own deep connection with Mother Earth.
Back to the Roots
Augusta Bruce with Louis Masai
Augusta Bruce sits down with mural artist, Louis Masai, to discuss endangered species, 1970s wardrobes and the urgent need for us to collect our consciousness.
The Illustrated Mind of Mike Medaglia
Augusta Bruce has a chat with artist and Zen Buddhist practitioner, Mike Medaglia, whose work splices illustration with meditation.
Why don’t we care?
Nell Benney explores the tangled roots of our environmental indifference.
Bonnie and the Acorn
Augusta Bruce tells the story of an old and lonely woman, whose smothering of her pet acorn leads to dire and comic consequences.
Antonia Cantwell packs a seedy punch, with these crunchy, sweet and salty treats to keep you going through the day.
Through a Seed Childishly
The Butterfly Effect: Advaya Initiative
Christabel discusses some symbolism behind the Advaya logo and the beliefs and dreams driving the Initiative forward.