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Can you really have your cake and eat it? According to Michael Pollan, you can. In this fun RSA Short, Pollan explains how to eat well by following one simple rule without the need for fad diets or deprivation.
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A volunteer-run restaurant in Berkeley, California, don't bring you a bill but experiment in how paying it forward creates a spirit of generosity and community.
Meet Willow and Mara and learn about the inspiration behind Ozuké.
Learn about the fermentation process, creating anaerobic environments, and why you needn’t be afraid.
We all need a little help finding center. Help yourself with these videos and podcasts.
An Alaskan Yukon Delta fisherman teaches his grandchildren how to keep up cultural traditions.
On moving in the right direction and feeding your good wolf.
The RSA Shorts series provides a snapshot of a big idea, blending voices from the RSA public events programm and the creative talents of illustrators and animators from around the world. In our busy lives, RSA Shorts offer a 'mental espresso' of ideas and inspiration to awaken the curiosity in all of us.
This beautifully animated short asks what is the best way to ease someone's pain and suffering?
What will it take to make us act on climate change?
A colorful animation on the seven ingredients of breakthrough moments.
We're always on the lookout for great conscious media. Interested in partnering?
It’s only a silent mind that can perceive, that can actually see; not a chattering mind, not a controlled mind. So, what is meditation?
Professional snowboarder, Don Schwartz suffers from 3rd degree burns to his face and loses three friends in a tragic helicopter crash but it isn’t until 25 years later that he really faces his internal turmoil when he discovers in an impromptu piano exercise that his demons have caught up.
Mallika Chopra is a mom, media entrepreneur, public speaker and published author.
Chandresh is a realist. He acknowledges darkness and light, lust and love, rebels and rule makers, and all facets of the human spirit. He’s a modern-age spiritual advisor who encourages people to flourish as their true selves.
Plagued by the disconcerting thoughts inside his head, a self-doubting entrepreneur begins to suspect that they may not be his own.
Mindfulness portrays a day in the life of an American Yogi (Michael O'Connell) and captures, how the practice of meditation has the ability to transform ordinary reality into extraordinary
Get ready to sleep like a baby.
Intuitive counselor, discusses how to recognize when we get in our way and tips to use our thoughts to create a happier reality.
Best-selling author, speaker, spiritual feminist activist, talks about the reality of 21st century spirituality, the paradoxes that are at the root of truly finding our spiritual path, and the bottom line that WE are really our own best gurus.
When stressed, we often react with looping fear-thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause harm to ourselves and/or others.
Ayurvedic Guru - discusses the importance of the ancient Vedic principles and how his new book, The Yogi Code, teaches us to incorporate them into our daily lives.
Yoga and Meditation teacher Lauren Toolin talks with Tracee Stanley about her journey to meditation and how a Tantric meditation practice can be useful for turbulent times.
The remarkable mind that brought you QI, Blackadder and Spitting Image asks one of the world’s simplest but most significant questions – what do we really need to know?
You are probably a bit of a blamer - most of us are. But why should we give it up?
Does GDP really tell us all we need to know about a country's wealth and well-being?
The world is full of noise and those that are the loudest are the ones we tend to follow but what about the quiet ones?
How can we empower people to be active participants in creating a world we want to live in?
Ken Robinson explains how finding one's passion and true purpose in life is essential to human flourishing.
Jonah Lehrer argues brainstorming produces less original ideas than those people who work by themselves.
What if you really could change the world?