Jean Houston

The circumstances for the survival of our species have never been more difficult. Would the man made sixth extinction be reversed or should we quietly accept our destiny on the hands of men? On November 8th I will give the other half of humanity the chance to begin to fix man's shortcomings and restore our existential balance.
Millions of people were so deeply affected by Wayne Dyer's transition that occurred on August 30, 2015. He was one of the grandfathers of the spiritual movement.
Also during the interview, Houston shares one of the most important lessons she learned in all her seven decades, telling
Now, this is not your mama's spin class. SoulCyclers ride by candlelight to the pounding beat of whatever they're playing
What if all of Humanity today called forth our current resources in a massive campaign to create renewable, nonpolluting energy so abundant that no armies are needed to defend it?
Our young country is in dire need of a massive paradigm shift. Until we remove the corporations from the electoral system and the political process we will remain their unwitting slaves as they continue to cash in on mother earth and all of her resources.
She's been called a mystic, a philosopher, a historian and a scholar, but Jean Houston is much more detailed when she describes
Michael Singer: The indwelling consciousness that watches the mind come and go. That watches the heart come and go, the emotions
"[Love is] the essence we breathe, the essence of our heartbeat," says Sarah. Plus, New York Times bestselling author Sarah
OPRAH: In each of those examples -- at 19, with the jumping out of the plane; with the typhoid -- were you afraid of death
Tune in to "Super Soul Sunday" each Sunday at 11 a.m. ET on OWN. OPRAH WINFREY: You know you have been described as a mystic
In stories from Homer's Odyssey to "Star Wars," Joseph recognized a theme that applies to humanity: We are the heroes of
"I remember I was probably 7 or 8 years old when I figured out ["The Wizard of Oz"] was more than just a story about the
Oprah and Jean Houston sit down to talk about being the hero in your own life and living authentically. Houston shares her
Great minds think alike, so it's only natural that thought leaders Deepak Chopra and Jean Houston would be good friends. They've
Jean Houston is a thought leader, an anthropologist, a wisdom teacher -- and the interviewee that caused Oprah to do something
Peace is anything but dry or boring; peace is sexy. Watch as Jean Houston shares more on peace in the video above. For more
Deepak talks with Jean Houston about how narrow viewpoints can restrict our understanding.
How can we not hope for a collective death-and-rebirth of society when the commercial interests of the powerful devastate our environment, our values, our quality of life, our education, our culture, and even life itself?