Vol. 46 No. 1
From the Editors
Listening on the Brink
But not till the Time-Spirit in man is ready, can the inner and ultimate prevail over the outer and immediate reality.
On the word of Sri Aurobindo, so begins our spring issue. Across these pages our contributors share what they’ve heard in their search for signs of the Times—adding, with Collaboration, the inner and ultimate, i.e. Spirit, to the conversation as we all play brinkmanship with planetary life and evolution. What effect might combining Spirit with Time have on our shared intuition of strolling blindfolded to the brink of Big Time? Where might we find inklings of that effect? And how might it affect Mother Earth and us when the Time-Spirit is ready to break through the crust of millennia? Read more…
Art of Diversity
It was only a few months ago, in what now seems like a different age, that we witnessed one of the largest mass protests in the history of this country. The Los Angeles area was no exception. Millions saw their streets flooded with crowds, marching to the chant of “Black Lives Matter.” These men and women left behind their marks as fleeting art forms on the once inert wood panels erected to protect windows from the crowds. Those voices—voices of color—broke their silence. They did so in the name of pain and the uncountable accumulated losses in their history, a history of powerlessness. Read more…
Gems from the Collaboration Archive
Living Laboratories of the Life Divine
This essay was given originally as a talk at the 2003 AUM Integral Yoga conference in Los Angeles and elucidates Sri Aurobindo’s justly famous phrase taken from The Life Divine. The reprint serves as the inaugural article for our new series, Gems from the Collaboration Archive, a multiplatform participatory vehicle for collective engagement with Integral Yoga—on the web and around the world. Read more…
Call for Submissions
What is your integral response to the ecological crisis?
We welcome many kinds of contributions, including community updates, interviews, reflective and educational and experiential essays, poetry, artwork, stories, humor, and reviews. The theme for Winter 2021 invites your works on the contemporary social and environmental currents of the Time-Spirit from a yogic perspective. Deadline to submit is August 1, 2021. Please contact our editorial team for the word count suitable for your contribution prior to submission at email@example.com. Read more…
Call for Designers
Join our team!
We are spearheading the call for fellow creative travelers to join our journal’s design ranks in 2021. If you would like to share your professional design experience with our team, please reach out to us. We cannot underscore enough the importance of prioritizing a robust design team as we move forward with this comprehensive redesign—more artistic hands are needed on deck than ever before, and we’d love for yours to join ours. Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.