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Are you spiritual, but not religious? Or grounded in a traditional religious but are seeking something more? Are you interested in exploring new approaches for integrating spirituality in business and other aspects of life ? If you answered "yes," to any of these questions, check out the podcast of the Diversity and Spirituality Network. We interview experts, share our take on diversity and spirituality, and let you know what's going on with the Network. You can learn more about us by going to www.divspirit.com

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Are you spiritual, but not religious? Or grounded in a traditional religious but are seeking something more? Are you interested in exploring new approaches for integrating spirituality in business and other aspects of life ? If you answered "yes," to any of these questions, check out the podcast of the Diversity and Spirituality Network. We interview experts, share our take on diversity and spirituality, and let you know what's going on with the Network. You can learn more about us by going to www.divspirit.com

    Hack the Brain! Neuroscience and Spiritual Practice

    Hack the Brain! Neuroscience and Spiritual Practice

    Contemporary neuroscience is an essential ingredient in our understanding of human development, including our capacity for greater happiness and wisdom. In this podcast, author and educator Jim Hickman explains how our evolving understanding of the brain's functioning gives credence to the value of certain forms of spiritual practice, how spiritual practice "sculpts the brain," and how we can use what we're learning about the brain to develop enhanced cognitive, emotional and spiritual skills.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Mystic, the Psychic, the Paranormal

    The Mystic, the Psychic, the Paranormal

    JeffreyJ J. Kripal mission is to extend religious scholarship into the realm of the preternatural. A professor and Associate Dean of Humanities at Rice University, he's pioneer in broadening religious studies to include things like mysticism, the paranormal and near-death experiences.

    In this podcast, Kripal describes his foundational mystical experience, how he came to write a history of the counterculture, and his current research into emergent mythologies.

    • 58 min
    Into the Mystic

    Into the Mystic

    Former pharmacist Paul Corson explains how his transcendental experiences fundamentally changed his way of being in the world. He shares his born-again experience, the nature of miracles and, the relationship between spiritual substance and the material world.

    • 55 min
    "Differently Abled" - The Sara Minkara Story

    "Differently Abled" - The Sara Minkara Story

    Don't think of Sara Minkara as a blind person. Think of her as as person who is blind. Social activist, speaker, and a winner of multiple awards, the founder of the advocacy organization Empowerment for Integration (ETI) has never let used her absence of vision of an excuse or crutch. A Blind, Muslim, first-generation American, Sara Minkara has spent her life on a journey toward not only acceptance but also real empowerment—for herself and everyone she meets.

    • 33 min
    "Touching the Jaguar"

    "Touching the Jaguar"

    Author, activist and renegade economist John Perkins traces his journey from Peace Corps volunteer to co-founding the Pachamama Alliance, a non-profit devoted to establishing a world future generations will want to inherit. Perkins is best know for his best-selling book, Confessions of an Economic Hitman.

    Perkins talks about the encounter with a shaman that saved his life, indigenous wisdom, and keys to transforming what he calls "the death economy" to a life economy.

    • 48 min
    Digital Disruptor: The Internet's Influence on Religion and Spirituality

    Digital Disruptor: The Internet's Influence on Religion and Spirituality

    Digital culture is transforming religion in multiple ways, from how people draw from multiple sources to define where they fit spiritually, to how they relate to institutional authority. According to Texas A&M Professor of Communication Heidi A. Campbell, the internet allows people to create their own religious tribe, apart from the confines of whatever congregation they belong.

    • 29 min

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