Rupert Sheldrake – Science, Spirituality, and Nature

Author, biologist and one of the foremost thought leaders of our time, Rupert Sheldrake speaks about scientific findings that prove Eastern spirtiual views that the mind extends beyond the body, that living systems (human, animals, and plants) can communicate non-verbally across space and time, and the power of pilgrimage- both his own annual pilgrimage to Hollyhock, and the practice of pilgrimage which is a part of what he and his sons Merlin and Cosmo will offer this summer at Hollyhock. Join them for Science & Spiritual Practices on July 27 – 31, 2016.

Skipper Otto – SVI Feature

Sonia Strobel, founder of Skipper Otto Community Supported Fishery, tells her success story in developing a business to support fisher families, sustainable fishing, and deliver the highest quality seafood to discerning consumers. Speaking of her challenges and triumphs, this is an encouraging story of how social impact businesses can succeed in contributing to a sustainable and just world.

Meet more inspiring social entrepreneurs at Social Venture Institute at Hollyhock on Sept 14-18, 2016

Die Wise – Stephen Jenkinson

You die in the matter of your living. In poetic and soulful language, Stephen Jenkinson speaks of the moral imperative to contemplate and reconcile death as a way to inform how we live, reclaim our ancestral roots, redeem our past, and leave a legacy for those we love.

Join Stephen at Hollyhock for Die Wise on July 31 – Aug 5, 2016.