What I call wormhole inquiries are a sort of philosophical hack that free us from strict adherence to our current belief system and propel us into the open-ended possibility field of the unknown. I see this as an alternative way to understand what philosophy can do for us.
This week our lesson centered around mindfulness of the body, connecting to our physicality.
The Practice of No Problem is a meditation technique based on everything I have learned about how we can replace the habit of having a problem with the habit of having no problem. Imagine a riverbed that water runs through.
In this entertaining and insightful discussion, Phil Moore speaks with Amy Edelstein about the vision that guides the extraordinary learning environment of Upland Hills School.
In this interview, Erin talks about the Five Elements of Chinese Medicine and how she combines this ancient wisdom with the practice of yoga in a powerfully transformative blend.
The phone rang, and it was a number I needed to take. Awkward. I was rushing out of the subway, bundled against the cold, my eyes darting around for a place I could duck into to be able to hear over the cavernous echo of the concrete halls.
This is a lecture on the life and process philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead by Amy Edelstein held at the University of Pennsylvania.