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Internationally recognized leader in the development of education, creativity, and innovation, Sir Ken Robinson, PhD, speaks about the culture of standardization and depersonalization within our educational systems. Explore more from Sir Ken Robinson.   More
When is enough really enough? New York Times bestselling author, Geneen Roth shares a moment from her newest book, Lost and Found, about the many ways you can lose yourself. Whether you choose overspending, overeating, or overworking, learn how to take back your life so that you can finally have—and be—what you want most.   Explore more from Ganeen Roth     More
Tara Brach, PhD, author of Radical Acceptance and True Refuge, says that true power takes place when you shift from wanting power over or against another person, place, or thing, and begin to live your life from the fullness of who really you are.   Explore more from Tara Brach     More
New York Times best-selling author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins is also one of the world’s foremost authorities on shamanism and shapeshifting. In this video, he discusses the current influence of corporations and the revolutionary shift taking place with individuals to move towards deeper connectivity and relationships. Explore more from John Perkins   More
Ubaka Hill, founder and curator of The Drumsong Institute Museum and Archive of Women’s Drumming Traditions of North America, shares her thoughts on why the Women Serving Women Summit is a powerful opportunity for local and global organizations working to achieve like-minded goals. More
Internationally known yoga teacher and spiritual activist, Seane Corn reveals the true purpose of leadership is taking responsibilities for your actions, practicing forgiveness, developing self-confidence, honing your intuition and making the conscious choice to step forward in support of others moving towards a vision of peace. Explore more from Seane Corn   More
Dynamic and inspiring spiritual teacher, Adyashanti reveals that as you become more conscious, the desire to be of service becomes a natural instinct. But, it is important to look deeply at your motivations to understand if you are coming to service from a place of division—you against them—which may create resistance, rather than coming to service from a place of wholeness which will create deeper transformation for all. Learn more about Adyashanti More
Judith Ansara, MSW, is the creator of Women, Spirit, and Power empowerment trainings, dedicated to bringing women and feminine leadership principles into effective presence in the world. In this video, she discusses the importance of Omega Women's Leadership Center (OWLC) and how the gifts of feminine will help heal and balance the world. Learn more about Judith Ansara: eomega.org/omega/faculty/viewProfile/9415318b2f12188ea2f5707563c04afe/ More
Robert Gass, EdD, has been known for leading edge work in human consciousness and organizational change for more than 30 years. In this video, he says that one of the fundamental challenges of our time is to find the balance of masculine and feminine power in leadership roles so that we are able to creatively and successfully adapt to the rapid changes we are facing as a society. More

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Omega Institute Soul to Soul at Work by Ram Dass
An Interview With Ram Dass, Part 2
Lois: What do you think is the most important work for organizations like Omega to focus on now? Ram Dass: Compassion! Compassion and making one’s work karma yoga; doing one’s work as a vehicle for getting to God. And that will be wonderful. I remember my own thing about Omega, which I like to say: There are two institutions in one. One institution is for the participants and one institution is for the staff, and they are coming to a school for their spiritual development. Wow! More
Omega Institute Practicing The Work at Work by Byron Katie
“My boss just doesn't appreciate me,” is a common complaint heard in many offices across the country. Recent research from Gallup has found that less than one in three Americans receive praise from their work supervisor, and employees who say they have not been recognized at work are more likely to quit in the next year. More
Omega Institute Oysters Return to New York Harbor
New York City was once the oyster capital of the world. With more than 350 square miles of oyster beds in New York Harbor, it's estimated that at one point New York contained half of the world's oysters. Just about 100 years ago, the last of this abundant resource was deemed too polluted to eat and the oyster slipped out of our diet and into history books. More
6 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
Omega Institute "The Best Field Trip Ever!": Elementary School Students’ Letters to Omega
Elementary School Students’ Letters to Omega
Omega Institute How Has Yoga Changed Your Life?: 12 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
12 Yoga Service Teachers Share Their Answers
Women & Men Explore Equality in Society
Beyond Gender Roles
Till the Ground for Healing Elizabeth Lesser opened the 2014 Women & Power Conference and spoke to us about myths and stereotypes about women and men that hurt everybody—women, men, families, and society. Today, men are joining women in a global movement to give birth to a different and more equal world. More
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Lead Faculty on Gender Equality & Social Justice
The news. Family. Work. Stress. Life. Many things can trigger a response that knocks you out of being centered and calm and sends you tumbling into an unpleasant emotion like anger, jealousy, or even sadness. It doesn't matter how often you meditate or how long you can hold a headstand, we are all triggered by something, sometime. It's a part of life. The question is, are you able to recognize when you feel triggered and then access tools for working with these emotions? More
Omega Institute Measuring Our Success as a Society
Moving Beyond the GDP
The saying "what gets measured, gets managed" is the business equivalent of the idea that our thoughts shape our reality. We can also apply the concept to society: how we measure our success (what we pay attention to) indicates what we value, and that in turn shapes our culture and civilization. What are we currently paying attention to? How are we measuring our success? And do we want to measure (pay attention to) something else if we want to create a more inclusive, equitable, just, and ecologically sustainable society? More

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