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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"I mean, and I wonder if real comes to mind again of how he is very clear about darkness as a part of life. Yes, there's some a poem that has been to sonnet and the very last sonnet to Orpheus that has entered my bloodstream that has helped me a great deal in this time. I will say it. Quiet friend who has come. So far feel how you're breathing makes more space around you. Let this darkness be a bell tower, and you the bell. And as you rang what batters you becomes your strength. Move back and forth into the change. What's it like this intensity of pain? If the drink is better, turn yourself to wine. In this uncontainable night, be the mystery at the crossroads of your senses. The meaning discovered there. And if the world so cease to hear you say to the silent earth, I flow and to the rushing water speak. I am. After a short break. More with Joanna Macy. You can always listen again and tear the unedited version of every conversation. I have on the on being podcast feed wherever podcasts are found. Support for on being with Krista. Tippett comes from the fetzer institute, helping build.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"You know, you said a minute ago like with like with everything with with mindfulness in contemporary practice. It's so obvious and in some ways easy, but we don't do it. And and I have to and I have to say like for myself. I have I've had many experiences across the years on different settings retreat settings or, you know, something less intense. Where where I I mean, the irony is that. Even a kind of one off contemporary live experience can be instantaneously gratifying. Right. I mean, it can be can be just transformative and yet. And now there's all this science about how good it is for us on these very basic biological levels in stress and all that, but it's very hard to create this habit. And I it has been hard for me. I I have recently. I wanted to ask you about this since I have you. You know, every decided I could do six minutes in the morning while my Tepes. Just seem so petty. You know, but it's as you said it's outside time. Yeah. And so and I wonder. It seems to me that this matter of what practices you use you. What habits you take on how long and where and what style we have all these different personalities and all these different lives. And I mean is it is I want to ask you because you work with so many different practices. I mean, are there is this something where you really do have to find? The way that works for you. Yeah. Well at the center we. We've done all kinds of things. I mean, we've had retreats where we've offered you know, we've had a Buddhist teacher and. A. Jewish teacher teaching traditional Jewish practices. David teaching Christian practices someone doing? Sufi? Chanting. We've done it that way. And so and then. Invite people to find something from all of that works for them. Sometimes we've symp- we've offered really simple practices like. My goodness the breath and walking meditation, right and mindful listening and so on as an opening for people. And then knowing that if they begin to appreciate the beginning. Appreciate the inner life and the benefit that comes from as you said, I mean, it's amazing that they've found the reduction in stress in cortisol levels after get ten fifteen minutes of of meditation. That once people begin to experience that that they will find what works for them. I, you know, in in the work that I did all this year with fetzer institute. I they wanted to find practices that would work for their entire staff of sixty five people and they've a wide range of of. Of skill sets. I mean, they're groundskeepers and kitchen people, and, you know, program managers and financial people and so on and. And they came from lots of different backgrounds and not just spiritual religious backgrounds. But there are people there whose parents came from China, Afghanistan Eritrea, so we had to find practices that worked that we had to find a program that would work for everyone. And basically what we did was we'd start each morning when we would. Do these practices with mindfulness? And and we invite people who. For whom mindfulness was even too much to just sit in silence or did sit in silence, and do whatever they whatever they did, which might be a prayer or some other form meditation. So we do fifteen minutes or so in silence with a light mindfulness being led. And then after that we on different days, we offer different practices. People could choose those practices or the to experiment with those practices, including the arts, and and practices in nature and all whole range of things like the tree. And or they could choose to just go to we had a quiet room where there were some art supplies, and some spiritual books or you could just sit there and silence or do whatever practice you wanted to do yourself. But you just had to commit that time. To be to be reflective time not to be at your desk going through your to do list and. It's been amazing. I mean, we've had to work in all kinds of ways to refine it shifted and change it. But it's been really remarkable the the effect it's had on the whole community. So. Keep going why guessing yeah. Yeah. I wanted to say is that there's so much work being done with mindfulness. And that is a great introductory. Practice. But what I have found in the beginning. You couldn't ever say what?.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And so he went and then continued to write in that style so he now has jazz in his background he's had the sort of contemporary classical skill sets in his back he has tango music in his background to tell it to this day is claimed by everybody he's claimed by world music classical musicians jazz musicians you know he's one of us because he's put in and people recognize it in his music their own dna so if you could replace the words classical music with another phrase or some other words what would they be i would say that most people who've tried they just say music music of our world and obviously classical music which had roots in improvisation bach mozart beethoven some of the greatest improvisers time and in fact we're renowned for what they were able to do but then also wrote things down we know their work because there were no recordings at the time of the music that they wrote down so i would have a template for just good musicians at as people who who knows something yeah look or any type of music can be part of good music in the sense that but i'm not even saying good music i'm saying good musicians right would be able to you know to compose to to improvise to be virtuosic in what they do and can easily absorb of the influences and make it organically their own so that new influences are embedded so there's the process of constant growth and then finally the last quality would be the musician that actually is able to transfer to inject all of their knowledge and give it to somebody else so that they can actually look at the world and figure it out for themselves without the first musician being there so it's a process of birth it's a process of constant cultural rebirth after a short break more conversation with yo yo ma subscribed on being on apple podcasts to listen again and discover produced an unedited versions of everything we make support for on being with krista typic comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world learn more at fetzer dot org.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So here's some exciting news the on being saturday morning email newsletter is back curated by our wonderful colleague kristen lynn the pause is an offering towards the common life we hope to embolden and accompany our way of living the questions with you while also providing food for reflection and conversation you'll receive updates on our latest conversations writings and poetry from our blog invitations to live events and other news and musings subscribe now on being dot org slash the pause support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org elizabeth gilbert's name is synonymous with her fantastic bestselling memoir eat pray love but she started out writing for publications by men and four men eat pray love was born of a moment of total collapse in her life and you can call it chick lit but it's inspired millions to move forward with their lives differently through the disorienting process of becoming a global celebrity elizabeth gilbert has reflected deeply on the gift and challenge of creativity she defines creativity in life as in art as choosing the path of curiosity over the path of fear this has resonance for our common life too and she says it's not to be confused with the more familiar trope to follow your passion you think curiosity is our friend that teaches us how to become ourselves and it's a very gentle friend very forgiving friend and a very constant one passion.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So here's some exciting news the on being saturday morning email newsletter is back curated by our wonderful colleague kristen lynn the pause is an offering towards the common life we hope to embolden and accompany our way of living the questions with you while also providing food for reflection and conversation you'll receive updates on our latest conversations writings and poetry from our blog invitations to live events and other news and musings subscribe now at on being dot org slash the pause support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm krista tippett and this is on beings unheard cuts up next my unedited conversation with author elizabeth gilbert there's a shorter produced version of this conversation at apple podcasts or wherever you like to listen hello come forward why is it live yes glad to talk i just said to paul i did so excited to be talking krista tippett hi sweetheart i need it last i know i'm surprised we've never met i know i mean it's not that we exactly move in the same circles where we move in some of these we move in a lot of concentric do you think would have overlapped some sort of a diagram of us being the same same time maybe it won't happen now i hope so.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big the fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already head this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'd heard derek black the former white power era parent interviewed before about his past but never about the friendships that unfolded over two years with other people in their twenties that changed him david duke was derek's godfather derek designed the kids page when he was eleven for what is known as the first major internet hate site which his father created and still leads but after derek's ideology was outed in his first year at new college in florida one of the only orthodox jews on campus matthew stevenson invited him to chabad dinner what happened next is a roadmap for navigating some of the hardest and most important territory of our time it wasn't just i'm angry at your angry once we were quiet enough to talk about it there there were points to be made that why nationalism was incompatible with a free society and it wasn't the first time i had heard that.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big deep fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already had this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle an animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm christa and this is on beings unheard cuts you're listening to my unedited conversation with john powell listen to our produce show with him wherever you find your podcasts and as always add on being dot org hello hello hello excuse me my name's trae gillis the chief content officer and executive editor of big and thank you for being here it's a beautiful morning thank goodness so let everybody isn't tracking in but it's no.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big the fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already head this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle in animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org as a country we really don't like talking about race in part of because it's hard conversation and oftentimes we do a badly and you know it's like if you have a party and you invite people to your party and it's a bad party you know then you say i'm going to have another party next weekend i'm sorry i'm out of town it's like come let's talk about white privilege and about i think i'm busy.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"That much more intentionally and practically to meet that it's fascinating to me that this has also evolved to meet the current need you know just how you started speaking of faith to meet the need to basically elevate religious voices that weren't being represented now it sounds a lot like you are also thinking how do we elevate the voices of bridge people you talk about often and that seems to be the neat if casper delivery to talk a little bit about impact lab and and you know which christopher is referring to in what you envision for it and what your role is in it as well yeah well it's such an exciting time for all of us together with my two colleagues sue phillips and andrzej thurston i'd been working on a project based of divinity school so in partnership with the aforementioned fetzer institute i'm really trying to serve an ecosystem of new communities and you community leaders that are emerging as the shifting sands of spiritual religious affiliation change around us and particularly thinking about reconnecting ng into generational relationships matching young community leaders with elders for example hosting gatherings whether these lead is might find kind of spiritual resources to sustain them in that work and the mo that we were in relationship with krista and the being team the mall we realized like we're really connected he has this this ecosystem we're a within we really have a shed mission so together we've created this this impact law which is really a a space for us to try and go deepa the compensations that christa has with our conversation partners on the show what does that look like in our lives the we develop the shoes that we talk about in parenting in all workplace civic relationships and so we're really exploring this in some ways very old fashioned word formation of becoming the kind of people that we are meant to be in some way that we are cool to be especially in this moment and thinking about what the spiritual.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Hello on being community i'm really percy on beings executive producer you might also know me from our lovely fetzer add support from being with this comes from fetzer institute that's me i speak english i can i'm joined by aaron farrell who's our chief operating officer erin hi that's her voice you can distinguish it from the other woman talking vaca me and caspar kyle introduce you i i'm sorry you're just constantly waiting for your name to be mentioned and then you just come in casper kyle the new executive director for on beings impact lab is that your actual title saddest yeah got us my actual title we're gonna talk about in a minute come down but really we're going to start by asking our beloved leader krista tippett if you questions and share with you some exciting updates that are going on with on being so krista most people because they're devoted listeners know all of the backstory to on being and how you started it and where it's come but i'd love to hear from you and your own words what is the story behind on being how did this all begin oh gosh bigger with every passing year it's such an interesting question because i feel like the world has changed so much so in the mid nineties late nineties having been a journalists coming out of divinity school so this was the moral majority there was this moment where a lot of very loud strident religiosity had kind of claimed its place and was everywhere and actually religion was in the headlines and then in the years i was creating the show we went through september eleventh we had an evangelical president in the white house so there was a lot of religiosity in the headlines and my and a lot of kind of new curiosity about it but also a lot of religious people getting quiet because they didn't want to be associated with with the bloggers and journalists i felt colluding with handing.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big deep fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already had this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle in animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i have rarely discovered a book that so delighted and galvanized me at once the motte snowstorm nature and joy is written by the english naturalist and journalist michael mccarthy the sudden passionate happiness which the natural world can occasionally trigger an us he writes may well be the most serious business of all we could stop relying on the immobilizing language of statistic and take up joy as a civilizational defensive nature with the perspective equally infused by science report taj and poetry he reminds us that the natural world is where we evolved where we found our metaphors and it is the resting place for our psyches there is a legacy def within us a legacy of instinct a legacy of inherited feelings which my library deep in the tissues may lie underneath all the positive civilization which we also familiar with.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big deep fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already had this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle in animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm krista tippett and this is on beings unheard cuts you're listening to my unedited conversation with michael mccarthy listen to our produce show with him wherever you find your podcasts and as always add on being dot org so chris i'm i'm not hearing the echo but you're hearing it still okay oh okay okay and he did say it was loud yep yep okay san oh hello can you hear me i can yep i am still hearing a little bit of an echo.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"So are amazing executive producer lily percy has taught me so much about movies across the years and how movie watching can make for big the fun conversation and now she's turned this passion of hers into on being studios new podcast this movie changed me i'm really proud of it there are new episodes every other tuesday you don't have to have watched the movies in advance but if you love you've got mail or the nightmare before christmas or star wars you're already head this is a fabulous audio experience great thoughts laughter a few tears and immersive movie music and moments if you haven't listened yet it's time support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm krista tippett and this is on beings unheard cut you're listening to my unedited conversation with carlo ravelli listen to our produced show with him wherever you find your podcasts and as always it on being dot org unless you want to tell me where you wanna go or before but sui okay you know i mean i'm going to i'm going to i'm going to ask you to speak about things you are thinking in writing about all the time and.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"This week on him visibility a we have the tale of singer novel and journalist who take on terrorism it's malia with a reality tv show all american idol cana reality show change reality find out on invisible ya from npr support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org we're increasingly attentive in our culture to the many faces of depression and it's cousin anxiety and we're fluent in the languages of psychology and medication but depression is profound spiritual territory and that is much harder to speak about and can only be traced years onward it is the shadow side of human vitality and as such teaches us about vitality depression may be possible as andrew solomon says for the same reason that love is possible this is important reflection for our common life like many millions of people depression is an essential thread of the life that is mine and i think depression maybe one of the most inadequate words in our vocabulary i'm krista tippett and this is on being the voices of this hour span rare brave and helpful perspective on depression and life i spoke with the mall a decade ago and they feel resonant and important to resurface now anita barrow is poet psychologist and buddhist practitioner parker palmer is a quaker author and educator andrew solomon is my first guest he's a journalist and author of epoch books his noonday demon an atlas up depression received at the national book award and pulitzer prize nomination and when i was going through the depression i had the sense that many of the qualities by which i had defined by self were abandoning me and that i was no longer the person whom i had previously been and yet there is something with inmates seemed to stay the same something essential remained at the car and i thought what is that essential thing.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"This week on him visibility a we have the tale of singer and journalist who take on terrorism it's malia with a reality tv show all american idol cana reality show change reality find out on invisible ya from npr support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle in animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm krista tippett and this is on beings unheard cuts you're listening to my unedited conversation with andrew solomon listen to our produce show with him wherever you find your podcasts and as always add on being dot org on you to sound the same as anyone but i i will say i think we'll go ahead and start i will say that i heard quite a few interviews with you when your book came out when was that was that in two thousand two thousand one it was june two thousand one okay and and i felt like a lot of it was just going over the gory details of your you know if you're breakdowns which you you know and you've written very honestly about that and i felt like there was often a fascination for the interviewer in what you've been through and how you're willing to talk about it i guess my interest is is really in getting inside that experience with you more in a more contemporary of way and and again you know there's this sentence near the beginning of your book where you wrote a hated being depressed but it was also in depression that i learned my own acreage the full extent of my soul i think i'd like to use that as the place where we start this conversation do you know just what you mean by that and also i'm curious if you remember when you what was happening to you when you first started to make that kind of connection articulated that way i mean.

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"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"This week on him visibility a we have the tale of singer novel and journalist who take on terrorism in somalia with a reality tv show ala american idol cana reality show change reality find out on invisible ya from npr support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle in animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm kristie tip it and this is on beings unheard cuts you're listening to my unedited conversation with parker palmer listen to our produce show with him wherever you find your podcasts and as always add on being dot org i think i've told you before that i have also struggled with depression and had a pretty serious clinical depression few years ago and and read your book you're actually did you publish your essay on depression in weavings i i read it in weavings and then again in let your life speak and and so what i'd like to do is talk that through with you the soul in depression how you've experienced that what you mean when you talk about it and i you know you've written so eloquently about it and i'd be interested if there's anything that that isn't in the book that seems important to you now or that you know if you've continued to reflect on this in different ways but i i'd like to begin by asking you to tell me a bit of the story you know your what happened how you began down that path into what you call the dark woods called clinical depression what happened to you back then when was that.

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On Being with Krista Tippett

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"fetzer institute" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"This week on him visibility a we have the tale of singer novel and journalist who take on terrorism in somalia with a reality tv show all american idol cana reality show change reality find out on invisible ya from npr support for on being with krista tippett comes from the fetzer institute helping build the spiritual foundation for a loving world fetzer envisions a world that embraces love as a guiding principle and animating force for our lives a powerful love that helps us live in sacred relationship with ourselves others and the natural world learn more by visiting fetzer dot org i'm kristie tip it and this is on beings unheard cuts you're listening to my unedited conversation with anita barrows listen to our produce show with her wherever you find your podcasts and as always at on being dot org i'd say in the course of the conversation you want to read something then because it's about what we're talking about i can pull it in or we can talk for a little while and then maybe have some reading and talk about the readings if that seems right just c outflows because we get to this is not a live program i get to edit things and and you know we can stop and move backwards and whatever okay what will i be able to get a tape of of the progress absolute absolutely you will have a cd brian is saying that he needs to hear more of your voice so what let's not get into this stuff yet tell me disturb where you've come from today or where you are now.

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