A new episode is here. The lingering challenge of conspiracies, fake news, and the emergence of information silos means that we as a global society are being confronted with a major challenge to our relationship to information, to facts, and to the epistemological challenges we have always been burdened with regarding knowledge and the act … Continue reading 68. IBP – Conspiracy Afoot
“In a society that has no future, the present gains exponentially in importance.” In the time of Corona, what are we to do with happiness? Today’s guest is an expert on the subject and the well-being industry. Dr Ashley Frawley studies the relationship between the ideology of self-care, technologies of the self and wider social … Continue reading Dr Ashley Frawley on Happiness & the Present
It rarely passes a day, after almost a month in quarantine, that I don’t feel driven to tears: a quiet moment of grief, a rupture in normalcy, a break in my emotional status quo. I’m moved by a lot of things at the moment; the death of another doctor or nurse fighting to save lives, … Continue reading Thinking and feeling alongside the Corona Virus
The Practising Life in many ways starts when there is a crisis. Our capacity to walk the talk, make our practice more than a mere means for survival, or for managing the banality of our existence is tested. Buddhism has many resources for facing crisis, but there is another tradition that is just as good, … Continue reading 66. IBP: Facing the Coronavirus: the practising life in a time of crisis
In solidarity with everyone in need of inspiring interaction in this time of the COVID-19 crisis, Incite Seminars is making all seminars and groups online and FREE.
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Our upcoming schedule:
March 21: “Why the Debt Strike is Not Impossible”
with Joshua Ramey
March 28: “How We Remained Human
with Alexander Wilson
March 30: (Non)Buddhist Practice Posse
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And please join us!