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Solve et Coagula alchemy damien echols hero's journey joseph campbell mandala monomyth return with elixir solve et coagula Jul 12, 2020

The motto of the alchemical tradition, solve et coagula, is the transformation of base metals into gold. It is also the heroic transformation of ordinary life, through trials and adversity. Dr. Miles Neale explains in this clip from Return with Elixir.


Solve et coagula is very encapsulating...

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Quantum Activism in Challenging Times | Free Event dr. amit goswami emptiness free nondualism quantum Jul 03, 2020

For millennia the contemplative traditions of India and Tibet have taught that the ultimate nature of reality is empty of inherent existence, and thus insists on social engagement based on love and compassion. This paradox is known as nonduality and understood correctly avoids the extremes of...

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Visualization bob thurman emotions emptiness impermanence meditation memory perception quantum reality selflessness trauma visualization Jul 03, 2020

Visualization is a powerful meditation technique that many people give up on because they think it's too hard and that they can't do it. In fact, we're visualizing all the time. Dr. Miles Neale explains in this clip from Return with Elixir.


You'll get people who say 'I can't visualize' or...

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Contemplations on Death contemplation death dying eight worldly winds lam rim meditation preciousness of life tibetan buddhism Jul 03, 2020

Like many many spiritual traditions, the lam rim (gradual path) tradition of Tibetan Buddhism teaches how to prepare for death. This is done by three contemplations, designed to evoke a sense of the preciousness of life and a sense of urgency to make it meaningful. Dr. Miles Neale explains in...

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Spiritual Bypass: Conflict Avoidance in the Guise of Easy Going developmental trauma dharma geshe tenzin zopa spiritual bypassing trauma wheel of becoming Jun 22, 2020

In this excerpt from Trauma-Informed Dharma, Dr. Miles Neale talks about one of the many possible ways we can use spiritual beliefs and practices to avoid dealing with painful feelings, unresolved trauma, and developmental needs. What follows below is a lightly edited transcript of the video.


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Creating Sacred Space in Community buddha dharma refuge sacred spaces sangha trauma informed dharma Jun 22, 2020

In this excerpt from Trauma Informed Dharma, Miles talks about refuge and how that relates to the creation of sacred spaces in community, what that looks like and how they allow us to learn and grow spiritually, together. What follows is a lightly edited transcript of the video.


There are...

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Free Webinar altrusim pandemic stress trauma webinar May 27, 2020

There is no template for the current COVID-19 induced world health and financial crisis.  All of us are trying to maintain balance in an environment of unpredictability and threat.  As part of our commitment to apply ancient wisdom and current science, mental health professionals within...

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Sacred Activism in the Kali Yuga ecology economy localism sacred activism spirit universal basic income May 25, 2020
The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread systems collapse. While the trauma effects of death, loss and economic hardship will be felt the world over, within the crisis there is also an opportunity for each of us to reassess our values, spark latent creativity, and inspire a new...
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Going Local: Hope in Time of Crisis with Helena Norberg-Hodge ecology economics free helena norberg-hodge spirituality webinar May 15, 2020
The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread systems collapse. While the trauma effects of death, loss and economic hardship will be felt the world over, within the crisis there is also an opportunity for each of us to reassess our values, spark latent creativity, and inspire a new...
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Touching the Jaguar: Transforming the Virus, You, and the World with John Perkins death economy ecology economy john perkins life economy pandemic spirit May 12, 2020
The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread systems collapse. While the trauma effects of death, loss and economic hardship will be felt the world over, within the crisis there is also an opportunity for each of us to reassess our values, spark latent creativity, and inspire a new...
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Economy, Ecology & Spirituality ecology economics free pandemic spirituality webinar May 10, 2020

The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered widespread systems collapse. While the trauma effects of death, loss and economic hardship will be felt the world over, within the crisis there is also an opportunity for each of us to reassess our values, spark latent creativity, and inspire a new...

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Coping With Your Shadow in Isolation anger hero's journey isolation mcmindfulness mental health pandemic podcasts shadow Apr 23, 2020

"Week 2 (or 3) of this great global experiment in social isolation has been throwing up all sorts of shadow aspects in our homes and in our lives. I have personally found myself staring into some of my most punitive, frustrating, and angry patterns as a lack of distraction brings little escape!

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