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Deep Listening

David B. Yaden: The group at Uluru consisted of individuals known for their imagination in the domain of spirituality. They are the kind of people whom psychologist and philosopher William James referred to as “religious geniuses” in his The Varieties of Religious Experience on account of their capacity to experience, interpret, and compellingly communicate religious and spiritual phenomena. The group included: Serene Jones, president of Union Theological Seminary; Krista Tippett, journalist and host of the podcast On Being; Betty Sue Flowers, author and editor of Joseph Campbell’s conversations with Bill Moyers; Bill Bradley, former senator of New Jersey and NBA player; Roy Baumeister, social psychologist; Darren Levine, rabbi; Chikako Matsumoto, Buddhist teacher; Naomi Shihab Nye, Iranian-American poet, and several others.
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