Feature Articles in this issue New
The Net of Indra
by Mark Matousek
We spend our lives in a kind of amnesia, sensing disconnection that doesn’t exist. Einstein called this an “optical delusion,” imagining ourselves to be separate beings, cut off at the root from the rest of creation.
Sacred: In Search of Meaning
by Chris Rainier
The world as I have discovered it in all the years of my travels is not monolithic. Rather, all cultures are born of multiple ways of being, of thinking, of seeing, and of defining what is sacred.
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Recognizing the Conditioned Mind
by Caverly Morgan
The conditioned mind isn’t bad or wrong. It’s often just how we are trying to survive. Underneath the masks we put on is often a deep desire to belong.