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Triune Ethics Theory

Dr. Darcia Narvaez explores how morality is constructed through experience rather than cognition. This moves us towards an Indigenous view of morality.
EDUCATIONAL FILM
≈ 30 minutes

Heartfulness

A deep dive into mindful awareness, or mindfulness, which would be better termed 'heartfulness' in English.
EDUCATIONAL FILM
60+ minutes

Bake

Baking as restorative practice.
SELF PRACTICE

Beekeeping

On befriending the most noble of insects.
NATURE PRACTICE

Bicycle

The simple virtues of self-propelled two wheel transport.
MOVEMENT PRACTICE

Bowling

Bowling as relationship practice.
RELATIONSHIPS PRACTICE

Boxing

A practice to restore the energy of self-defense and clarify boundaries.
RELATIONSHIPS PRACTICE

Campfires

Contender for the original restorative practice of all time.
NATURE PRACTICE

Chaordic Imagery

Imagery on the boundary between order and chaos.
SENSORY PRACTICE

Cooling Anger

A checklist of practices for downshifting the fight response.
EMOTIONAL PRACTICE

The Cure for Loneliness

How do we learn to bring our authentic self into relationship with others?
RELATIONSHIPS PRACTICE

Dive

Ocean immersion as restorative practice.
NATURE PRACTICE

Fix Something

The particular benefits of fixing things with your hands.
SELF PRACTICE

Fly Fishing

Ye antique arte of flye fishyng.
NATURE PRACTICE

Forage

On finding food and medicine around you.
NATURE PRACTICE

Forest Bathing

Shinrin-Yoku: sensual immersion in the forest for wellbeing.
NATURE PRACTICE

Form a Band

On learning to harmonize with others.
RELATIONSHIPS PRACTICE

Glassblowing

An elemental creative practice.
CREATIVE PRACTICE

Keywords

On the holes in the fabric of the English language.
SELF PRACTICE

Knit

On the pleasures of knitting.
SELF PRACTICE

Laugh

When was the last time you laughed so hard you couldn't stop?
SELF PRACTICE

Lift Weights

Sometimes you need to push something heavy around–so it doesn't stay inside you.
MOVEMENT PRACTICE

Observe Closely

The importance of honing inner and outer observational skills.
AWARENESS PRACTICE

Play

Practicing play.
SELF PRACTICE

Put on a Play

Theatre for building community.
RELATIONSHIPS PRACTICE

Quiet Your Mind

Learning to settle the mind by tracking the body.
AWARENESS PRACTICE

Read

On the pleasures of curling up with a good book.
SELF PRACTICE

Sleep Outside

The benefits of sleeping outside by choice.
NATURE PRACTICE

Smile

The neurophysiology of the smile and its importance as an access point to the Connection system.
EMOTIONAL PRACTICE
≈ 5 Minutes

Stargazing

Night sky musing to put things into proper perspective.
NATURE PRACTICE

Stretch

Since the body is the mind, a relaxed body yields a relaxed mind.
MOVEMENT PRACTICE

Swim

Restoration through water.
MOVEMENT PRACTICE

Take a Nap

The lost art of the siesta.
SELF PRACTICE

Throw a Pot

The mudslick joy of the potter's wheel.
SELF PRACTICE

Use Your Voice

Singing is one way to give yourself a massage on the inside.
SELF PRACTICE

Vista Views

Looking out from high up is one of the two primal view situations of deepest relevance to our biology.
SENSORY PRACTICE
≈ 7 Minutes

Wash Their Hair

In Brasilian Portuguese, the word cafuné describes the sensuality of running your hands through someone's hair.

Weave

On the metaphor, activity, and meditation of weaving.
HAND-BASED PRACTICE

What is Technology?

An exploration of what we mean by the word 'technology'. Why don't we talk about ancestral technologies? Relational technologies? Cultural technologies?
FRAMEWORK
≈ 20 minutes

Yoga

Which comes from the Sanskrit word for 'yoke': as in yoking the mind and body together.
MOVEMENT PRACTICE