Live Conversations Offering Wisdom for Our Time
Join Mind & Life for our monthly online series that brings together thought leaders and contemplatives to engage with one another and the audience in exploring the role of the mind in human flourishing. At a time of profound global crises, we’ll be looking at how science and contemplative wisdom can inform efforts to build a more just, compassionate, and inclusive world.
Each heartfelt conversation will include a guided meditation and artistic offering, and inspire us with a call-to-action to be a force for positive change. A recording of the event will be made available afterwards.
With Host Shankari Goldstein
Shankari Goldstein is a Program Manager at the Mind & Life Institute. She is an avid social justice activist and Certified Yoga of Recovery instructor who continues to find ways to help propel the voices of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) forward and share their embodied practices.
Inspiring Minds – Yoga as a Tool for Social Change
Our November conversation “Yoga as a Tool for Social Change” features Richard Freeman and Gail Parker, along with pianist/composer Peter Kater. We’ll explore how embodied yoga practices can lead to greater self-awareness and agency in contributing to a better world.