Amen

Poem by

No, I don’t feel death coming.
I feel death going:
having thrown up his hands,
for the moment.
I feel like I know him
better than I did.
Those arms held me,
for a while,
and, when we meet again,
there will be that secret knowledge
between us.

Total
0
Shares

Liberating the Social Instinct to Support Realization 

Article by ,

Exploring the origins, distortions, and liberating potential of the social instinct, as discussed by Diamond Approach founders A

On Spiritual Bypassing and Relationship

Article by

Spiritual bypassing is a term I coined to describe a process I saw happening in the Buddhist community I was in, and also in myself

#68 Listening Heart

Podcast with

A deeply vulnerable exploration of the heart, empowerment, and the courage to listen.

Life is a Gift

Video with

Short excerpt from an interview Charles Eisenstein gave on the Know Thyself podcast

#59 Attuned

Podcast with

Zaya and Maurizio Benazzo discuss Thomas’ new book Attuned: Practicing Interdependence to Heal Our Trauma

Murmurations: Growing Through Grief

Article by

At its core, grief is an acknowledgment of love

The Resonance of Grief

Video with

Visual journey with narration from our recent conversation with Francis Weller by Yasen Stoev

Cold Solace

Poem by

When my mother died,one of her honey cakes remained in the freezer

Support SAND with a Donation

Science and Nonduality is a nonprofit organization. Your donation goes towards the development of our vision and the growth of our community.
Thank you for your support!