Being Human - Science and Nonduality (SAND)

Being Human

“It starts with Being Human—and moves on from there, to the most significant thing, via answers to questions I never knew I had—growth—the space—the magnificence (I am so hungry for that)—trauma—optimism—awakening—service—and LEMONS!”

Enjoy the ride as SAND conference presenters and participants give us their thoughts—individual grains together making up the community of explorers we call SAND.

Science And NonDuality is a community inspired by timeless wisdom, informed by cutting-edge science, and grounded in personal experience. We come together in an open-hearted exploration to further our individual and collective evolution. New ways of being emerge. We embody our interconnectedness and celebrate our humanity.

#81 Ecology of Care

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Exploring the vital intersection of healing arts and indigeneity with Egyptian international interdisciplinary sound artist

Rabbi Cat’s musings on Parsha Tazria

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As I think about what is happening today in Israel and Palestine, I think about the challenges we all face when we are confronted with stories different from those with which we were raised and that held a lot of meaning for us

Flower Fresh & Mountain Solid

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A breathing exercise and meditation from the revered Zen monk.

Lalla Fatma N’Soumer

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The Kabyle resistance fighter who challenged the French colonial army

#80 Awakening Hope

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An exploration of Hope in trying times and RevD's upcoming courses.

The Rising Voice of the Feminine

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Mirabai Starr in conversation with the audience at SAND18 US.

My Orphan Country

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A poem by Palestinian refugee Nibal Khalid

Indigenous Solar Eclipse Stories From Across Turtle Island

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From rodents of unusual size to flaming arrows, communities across North America share solar eclipse traditions

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