This essay provides an introduction to the possible span and depth considered when applying an integral approach to parenting during early childhood. The relationship between Integral theory and the practice of parenting is addressed, and key principles and concepts that underlie integral parenting are discussed. The task of parenting is placed within an evolutionary context and presented as a possible integral practice.
Published in Beams & Struts - Bricolage: Daily Bits & Pieces
Can anyone who claims to be intelligent also be religious today? What might be a process-based view of reality offer to religion and science in our contemporary world?
An interview with spiritual teacher Thomas Hübl on the nature of creativity and its role in the spiritual life.
Published in Beams & Struts - Podcasts
A debut of Ian MacKenzie's film Sacred Economics on the work of Charles Eisenstein, plus a Q&A with the filmmaker.
How including cultural construct, biological differences, and power dynamics in our understanding of gender pay gaps allows us to chart a better work world for both men and women.
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