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07/27/2018 to 07/29/2018

Housing is limited; please call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register. View our list of local hotels and inns.


Campus accommodations are sold out for this program. Please see our list of local hotels and inns. Call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register for this workshop.


For more than 5,...

Rhinebeck, NY
07/27/2018 to 07/29/2018

Housing is limited; please call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register. View our list of local hotels and inns.


Campus accommodations are sold out for this program. Please see our list of local hotels and inns. Call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register for this workshop.


For more than 5,...

Rhinebeck, NY
06/04/2014 to 12/31/2016
Talk & Book Reading With Panache Desai

Change the energy that surrounds you, find the harmony that comes with self-acceptance, and discover your life’s purpose in Panache Desai's new book, Discovering Your Soul Signature: A 33-Day Path to Purpose, Passion & Joy....

07/19/2014 to 12/31/2016

What would your life look like if your soul were in charge? What would change if you lived a life guided by your soul?

In this Omega Teacher Talk from 2014, Panache Desai, Brian...

08/03/2015 to 12/31/2016
The Story of the Holistic Life Foundation

Barry Boyce, editor-in-chief of Mindful magazine, talks with the founders of the Holistic Life Foundation in this Omega Unscripted Teacher Talk.

Watch Ali Smith, Atman Smith...

09/25/2015 to 12/31/2016
Practical Ways to Pursue Joy

Pursuing happiness is a great American pastime. But despite our efforts, happiness often seems elusive. In this Omega Unscripted conversation, four teachers share their unique take on happiness.

04/29/2016 to 12/31/2016

One of the most challenging things to do is start a meditation practice—or any other practice—and stick to it. If you've struggled to start a practice of any kind, you'll be interested to hear what experienced teachers Loch Kelly,...

Iyanla Vanzant, one of America’s most profound spiritual leaders, takes a deep dive into the topic of prayer. From a refreshingly candid perspective, Vanzant teaches that prayer is not necessarily about religion. Learn what prayer really is, how to do it, and what the benefits are. More
Watch Deva Premal and Miten perform their devotional song "The Greatest Challenge." With albums topping the New Age charts in Europe, Australia, and America, Deva Premal and Miten offer their songs as an invitation into the nature of love, devotion, and consciousness. More
Watch Little Flower Yoga instructor Argos Gonzalez teach high school students mindfulness practices to help them de-stress, love themselves, and feel empowered to take control of their lives.  More
Before creating Afro Flow Yoga™, a blend of dances of the African Diaspora and yogic practices, Leslie Salmon Jones trained at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center. Watch her connect with the rhythms of multi-instrumentalist, Jeffrey Jones, cofounder of Afro Flow Yoga, in this Omega original dance piece.  More
Kelly Turner's doctorate research uncovered nine key factors that contribute to cancer remission. Watch Omega scholarship recipients Helanna and Nicole's quest to apply these nine healing factors and the profound transformations they experienced.  More
How do you shift the culture of a school to be more mindful? Ali Smith explains how the Holistic Life Foundation goes into schools, to not only teach children and teens mindfulness meditation practices, but also train their teachers and principals.  More
We are living in a world where many of us are angry about issues of gender, race, and violence. What do we do with such strong emotion? Mindfulness teacher Rhonda V. Magee suggests we allow ourselves to be present with our anger so we can learn to generate compassion.  More
Ann Bradney, founder and director of the Radical Aliveness Institute, has a mission to help people feel without censure, so they won't pass their pain on to others. Get a taste of what it's like to experience this kind of emotional freedom as she guides workshop participants to identify and embrace their deep emotions. More
Byron Katie, founder of The Work, demonstrates how you can change the world by making minor and major shifts in your thinking. More
Past-life regression expert Brian Weiss says we are a stubborn species and it often takes more than one try to learn our spiritual lessons. Reincarnation offers us a chance to be in relationship and practice love, compassion, and kindness again. More
Omega: How can the principles of attachment theory help with the dating process? More
Omega: What does it mean to you to be a spiritual elder today? More
Omega: How do you define bias? Do we all have it? Rhonda: Bias is simply the tendency to have preferences, preconceptions, or prejudices. It's something that operates in degrees, but it's a tendency we all have to be drawn toward, or have some aversion toward, different things in life. More
Omega: Why would a therapist want to include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in their toolbox? More
Most of us don’t relish change. The Persian mystic poet Rumi says that if you asked an embryo why he or she remains scrunched in the dark “with eyes closed” this is the answer you would hear: “There is no ‘other world.’ I only know what I’ve experienced.”  More
Since 2008, the Mindfulness & Education Conference has brought together people working in schools to further their learning of mindfulness and Social and Emotional Learning practices. Research shows that these techniques help decrease stress and anxiety in children while helping them achieve greater health and more connected social relationships. More
Omega: How can attachment theory, which is about how we relate to our primary caregivers as a child, help us understand our adult relationships? More
When we look closely at our relationship with ourselves, we see that most of us live in a way in which we only love ourselves "if" and "when" we meet certain conditions that we’ve created for ourselves and then projected on to some distant future or some long-gone past. More
One summer evening in the sixties, I stepped out of the building where I lived in New York City and came upon the startling scene of a man yelling at a woman. Suddenly, the man ripped off a radio antenna from the car he was standing next to and began to whip the woman with it. Without thinking, I put my body between them and shouted at him to stop. Morally outraged, I had no thought to my own safety. The scene of a man abusing a woman set me afire, and I reacted accordingly. More
Omega: In your book, The Unbelievable Happiness of What Is, you write that one of the biggest impediments on the spiritual path is our unexamined beliefs about life. How can we begin to uncover these beliefs? More