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Fellowship and Community & neuroscience

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Missing Each Other: How to Cultivate Meaningful Connections

The ability to connect with another person's physical and emotional state is one of the most elusive interpersonal skills to develop, but this book shows you just how approachable it can be. In our fast-paced, tech-obsessed lives, rarely do we pay genuine, close attention to one another.

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On Belonging: What Is Behind Our Psychological Need to Belong?

Much of human behavior, thought, and emotion stems from our psychological need to belong. In psychologist Christopher Peterson’s words, other people matter.

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Good Chemistry: The Science of Connection, From Soul to Psychedelics

A psychiatrist and psychedelic researcher explores the science of connection—why we need it, how we’ve lost it, and how we might find it again. We are suffering from an epidemic of disconnection that antidepressants and social media can’t fix.

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Why the World Is Going Crazy—and How to Win Back Our Minds | Jamie Wheal | Big Think

The speed at which civilization is progressing has become overwhelming for modern humans and has caused what Jamie Wheal (author of Recapture the Rapture, founder of the Flow Genome Project, and host of the Collective Insights Podcast) calls a “collapse of meaning.” For many, Meaning 1.

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The Science and Art of Mothering

Communities used to know a lot about mothering.

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We Must Reclaim Our Rapture Before the Crazies Do (Jamie Wheal)

Jamie Wheal is troubled. Evangelical preachers have the ear of presidents and world leaders. They believe the end is near--for most of us, anyway; a cataclysm followed by a rapture will be necessary for the world to make heaven on earth.

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Compassion Is Woven Throughout Our Nervous System, Researchers Say

We like to think of compassion as purely altruistic. Yet, it may have selfish underpinnings.

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