Well-being is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.” The term typically refers to an inclusion of not only traditional physical health but also a more intangible realm involving satisfaction, personal fulfillment, and a sense of connectedness or belonging. There are many factors that contribute to a person’s sense of well-being, including physical and mental health, job satisfaction, social connection, and emotional wellness, to name just a few.


Meditation and the Science of Human Flourishing Workshop—Part 4

Can we cultivate well-being in the same way that we can train our bodies to be healthier and more resilient? If so, how might we use the practice of meditation to experience equanimity, to open our hearts fully to others, and to cultivate insight and wisdom? In this workshop, two world-renowned exp...


Mark Nepo—Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Mark has been called “one of the finest spiritual guides of our time,” “a consummate storyteller,” and “an eloquent spiritual teacher.” His work is widely accessible and used by many and his books have been translated into more than twenty languages.


“Radical Transformational Leadership in Times of Crisis” with Monica Sharma (United Nations)

Dr. Monica Sharma worked for more than 20 years in the United Nations as Global Director of different programs. She discusses how Radical Transformational Leadership is the key to unleashing people’s potential globally through values such as compassion, equity and dignity.


Emotional and Mental Health