Rick Tarnas & Brian Thomas Swimme: “The Stars Lead Us to Wonder”

November 15th, 2018: "The starry heavens, the cosmic panorama we see each night, have played a fundamental role not only in the great cosmogenetic processes that brought forth and live within the Earth and ourselves, but in the shaping of our world views and the evolution of consciousness itself. Looming high above the whole range... Continue Reading →


Drew Dellinger: “Earthrise & The Mountaintop”

November 1st, 2018: “The year 1986 marks a significant moment in the timeline of the Western world. It was both an awakening-inspired by the first photograph of Earth from space—and a tragedy—with the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. only a few months prior. Fifty year later, the United States finds itself in a moment... Continue Reading →

Adam Robbert: “The Side View”

October 4th, 2018: The Side View is about the knowledge and intuition we use to navigate the world. It’s about how we come to be skillful perceivers and doers, people who know, in the moment, the right details to attend to and the right responsive action to take. In this sense, The Side View is... Continue Reading →

Laura Pustarfi: “To Know a Tree”

September 20th, 2018: How do our relationships with non-humans affirm our humanity? Trees are compelling others as they are often both older and larger that humans with a very different form of livingness, and they exist around us in innumerable ways not only in forests and lining streets, but in our products, metaphors, and mythology.... Continue Reading →

Josh Mantz: “The Truth About Trauma”

September 6th, 2018:  Former  Army  Major and current PCC Masters student Josh  Mantz  was shot  and killed by an enemy sniper in Baghdad, only to be miraculously revived after his heart stopped for a full  15  minutes. Despite  surviving  this experience,  Josh  found that  his  greatest battle  would be an internal one as he struggled to find meaning  in  a "second  life." ... Continue Reading →

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