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Nature Photographer Robert Llewellyn on Moving From Looking to Seeing
This skilled photographer and nature lover explains how close observation of a tree reveals its true beauty and life.
Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo
The founders of Science & Nonduality discuss why scientists and meditators should collaborate in examining the nature of consciousness.
Her mother’s medically inexplicable recovery from breast cancer propelled the Harvard psychologist into research that is changing the way more people think about the potential of mind power.
Maria Rodale Helps Organic Farmers Succeed
To spur consumer demand and help farmers, the Rodale Institute performs top-quality research on the benefits of eating organic foods and optimal farming methods.
Molly Hagan on Eco-Living: Start Small and Stay Committed
The actress has been award of the need for environmental integrity for 30 years, and weighs every choice from gardening to flooring with sustainability in mind.
Taggart Siegel Seeks to Seed an Agricultural Revolution
His latest documentary film explores the global drive to rescue traditional seed varieties threatened with extinction by agribusiness practices, in order to ensure humanity’s survival.
Tony Juniper on How Thriving Ecosystems Sustain Prosperity
The environmental advocate and author explains why only policies that acknowledge our need for nature enable us to thrive economically, physically and emotionally.
Dr. Joseph Mercola on Simple Steps to Well-Being
Monitoring seven markers of health, exchanging our usual beverages for water and getting up from our desk every 15 minutes are first steps to robust health.
Transforming the Way Women Relate to Men
Approaching our differences with openness and curiosity rather than assumptions opens up true communication.
Julia Schopick on Effective, Affordable Medicine
Such seemingly intractable conditions as Parkinson’s, lupus, and rheumatoid arthritis can respond to surprisingly low-cost treatments.
Krista Tippett on Our Evolving Spirituality
The National Public Radio host of On Being discovers deep inspiration shared by the spiritual leaders, philosophers, physicists, biologists and neuroscientists she interviews.
Kelly Brogan on the Truth About Depression
The psychiatrist and author uses food, not pharmaceuticals, to successfully turn around depression.
Edward Humes on the High Cost of Transportation
When we click “buy it now” to purchase, say, a coffee pot, we support a process that has 165,000 miles of trains, planes, boats and truck travel attached to it.
Inside the Chant with Krishna Das
His soothing, rhythmic chants open up soul spaces and connections by which we can feel touched by the Divine.
Barnet Bain on How Creativity Can Save the World
If we lock ourselves into a hand-me-down worldview, we lose access to our own deep stores of creativity and wisdom.
Liza Huber on Healthy Meals and Happy Kids
The Passions star is passionately devoted to feeding babies organic fruits and veggies, and helping parents prepare them by hand for an extra boost of health and love.
Gay Hendricks on Nurturing Love in Midlife
Making love still sparkle later in life means moving out of relationship ruts and opening up to new ways of communing and being together.
S. Alison Chabonais
Christie Brinkley Shares Her Secrets to Lasting Beauty
She hasn’t eaten meat since age 13, keeps her attitude upbeat and insists on quality beauty products.
Marie Kondo on the Joy of Tidying Up
By turning a conventional to-do on its head, Marie Kondo has taught millions worldwide how to gain joy by permanently de-cluttering their homes.
Land Manager Allan Savory on Holistic Pasturing
Large herds of roving cattle can restore dried-up grasslands, converting them into fertile CO2-sinks that both feed us and reduce greenhouse gasses.
Alyssa Milano’s Anti-Aging Secrets
The actress who has grown up before our eyes is committed to consistent eco-friendly choices that include breastfeeding and playing outdoors with her children.
Bruce Lipton on the Epigenetics Revolution
By regulating our environment and our response to it, we can ensure that inherited genes don’t have the last word.
Sharon Salzberg on Mindfulness
We can move toward mindfulness with such everyday practices as pausing before pushing ‘send’ on an email or letting the phone ring three times.
Kristen Bell on Planet-Friendly Living
A vegetarian since age 11, she believes passionately that we must care for each other and the Earth.
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