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Arianna Huffington & Sadhguru: Can women leaders make the world more peaceful?

A brief conversation between Arianna Huffington and Sadhguru about cultivating a more feminine approach in leadership.

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Bahá’í How Are You Doing?

This week on Have a Little Faith, Zach visits with Justin Baldoni (the creator of My Last Days), to learn more about the Bahá'í faith.

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Consciousness: The Missing Link

Despite decades of advancement in science and technology, we are somehow facing increasingly complex problems to solve -- both individual and collective -- even in the most affluent nations. Why and where is the disconnect ?

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Zakir Hussain & Rakesh Chaurasia

The indian master of percussions Zakir Hussain played some astonishing pieces at Nuits de Fourvières festival in France. Here is an extract with the flute artist, Rakesh Chaurasia.

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Way of the Sword

A master kendo sensei discusses how timeless notions of stillness and movement come together through the modern lens of Japanese sword fighting.

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Larry King interviews the Dalai Lama

An exclusive interview with the Dalai Lama. Topics include his meeting with President Obama, thoughts on a female Dalai Lama, and same sex marriage. Plus, His Holiness opens up about his daily life.

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How can I find work that will give me joy?

Eckhart Tolle discusses how to bring joy into any occupation through the practice of presence.

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The Power of Rhythm

Shiva Rea speaks on the liberating power of movement and rhythm in this short video from PrAna.

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Preview: Waltzing My Krishna

A video preview of Waltzing My Krishna, a track off of Krishna Das's new album, Kirtan Wallah.

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Power Down and Tune in to Solitude

In this video clip, the American Buddhist nun and author Pema Chödrön talks to Bill Moyers about the value of not only powering down our electronic devices but also quieting the racing mind.

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Serendipity (Official Music Video)

Tina Malia’s prodigious talent spans many musical genres and disciplines. As a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and record producer she has distinguished herself in styles ranging from pop to world devotional to electronic.

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The 9 Words That Changed Dr. Maya Angelou’s Life

Dr. Maya Angelou wrote her new book, Mom & Me & Mom, to better understand the life of her mother, Vivian Baxter. Dr. Angelou lived with Vivian until she was 7 and resumed living with Vivian when she was 13. Though Dr. Angelou says Vivian was a "terrible" mother for young children, she was a "fantastic" mother for young adults. When Dr. Angelou was 22 years old, Vivian told her something that changed her life forever. Watch to find out what it was.

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