The Cosmic We goes beyond race and racism to consider relatedness as the organizing principle of the universe, exploring our shared cosmic origins though a cultural lens that fuses science, mysticism, spirituality, and the creative arts. Together with prominent cosmologists, shamans, biblical scholars, poets and activists, Center for Action and Contemplation core teacher Barbara Holmes and co-host Donny Bryant unveil the “we” of us beyond color, continent, country, or kinship to conjure unseen futures in exploration of the mystery of Divine connection.
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Dr. Brian Swimme joins Dr. Barbara Holmes and Donny Bryant for this episode of the Cosmic We. Brian Swimme is the Director of the Center for the Story of the Universe and a professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. H... more
Rev. Dorsey O'dell Blake joins this episode of The Cosmic We with Dr. Barbara Holmes and Dr. Donny Bryant. Rev. Dr. Dorsey Odell Blake, Faculty Associate, Leadership and Social Transformation, was officially installed as Presiding Minister of The Chu... more
Barbara and Donny welcome Cole Arthur Riley to this episode of The Cosmic We to explore the power of our stories. Cole Arthur Riley is writer who was formed by thinkers such as Audre Lorde, Octavia Butler, James Baldwin, Thomas Merton, Toni Morrison,... more
This is the best podcast I have ever listened to, hands down, and I am waiting with eager expectation for more episodes. I feel actively transformed by every episode in a way that amazes me. I’m just so grateful. Thank you, thank you for this wealth of healing and inspiration! I love the silence at the end of the episodes and all the deliberate quiet, too.
Really enjoyed all the episodes so far. Hope there will be more sharing of ideas and conversations!
There’s a lot of noise in the earth today. Some, like clanging cymbals, are dissonant. And others, like the wisdom of trees and old grandmother’s voices resound softly while reverberating loudly within. This is the invitation of this podcast - resonance, beckoning, harmony and to its ask, I hope the listeners will all say yes.
The cohosts are superb. more
My longing to learn and know in the spirit through the carnal now of my being is as endless as the cosmic origin of the Universal “I”. I delight in the light that shines through the windows created by our brokenness as it reveals the creative essence of our evolution through time and space. Thank you Barbara Holmes, Donny Bryant and Mikael Owuna for your bold and courageous living, loving and sharing. Thank you Richard Rohr and CAC for being a portal to the Universe as through you my life contin... more
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The Cosmic We launched a year ago and published 15 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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