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Depressed and frustrated with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to the beach.
Wednesday, “Hump Day,” as we knew it in college called for indulging in a drink, a whole TV show (!), a bitch session, or something to ease the intensity of a week of seemingly endless classes, papers and reading.
Based off of a short poem by Linda Pastan, this is a film about the moments between events, those quiet times that resonate throughout our lives.
A Conscious Good Original
We have sentiment; we have emotionality, sensuality, sexuality; we have remembrances of something which we have thought as love.
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?
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.
Dr. Judith Orloff and Tantric Relationship Coach Corey Folsom discuss sacred sexuality, tantra as a way to open you energy to a partner and to life, and how to attract a loving partner and loving friends through the development of your energy.
A native New Yorker, Sandor abandoned a life in politics in the early '90's after a health crisis. He relocated to an off-the-grid queer community in rural Tennessee, where his love of gardening and an overabundant cabbage harvest led him to make his first batch of sauerkraut.
Intuitive counselor, discusses how to recognize when we get in our way and tips to use our thoughts to create a happier reality.
Pranamaya interviews Paul Grilley, the leading Yin Yoga innovator and teacher. Paul has trained thousands of students and has created the preeminent Yin Yoga video.
Yoga Photographer and Artist Robert Sturman discusses his journey as a yogi and photographer with Host Tracee Stanley.
Presented by Sustainable Human
Tackling the modern concept of honor.
What are you grateful for?
The one thing all humans have in common is that each of us wants to be happy, says Brother David Steindl-Rast, a monk and interfaith scholar.
Love is a tool for revolutionary change and a path toward inclusivity and understanding for the LGBTQ+ community.
Many of our relationship problems stem from the emptiness of our vocabulary around our affectionate emotion. We have only the minimal word 'love'. Luckily, the Ancient Greeks had a more nuanced and complicated vocabulary that we can usefully borrow from
While taking steps to protect the planet and care for the environment are important goals, you might not know how powerful a role Nature has on your health and happiness. Let’s face it, humans were never meant to sit inside staring at a computer screen for 9 hours a day; the human brain evolved in Nature.
Nature...thrive with abundance.
We are all united in our universal quest for happiness.
All tribes are organized around maintaining harmony and balance.
...lost for hours in the serenity and grandeur of nature...
The best work is born when people use each other’s ideas to lift and enhance their own.
Before you can love yourself, you must know yourself.