A Conversation with Alexandra Isles

I follow two rules. The first is that my presence is invisible and silent. The film belongs to the storytellers. The second is to do as much research as possible, trust the material, and never film re-creations.

The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation

“The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation” by Richard Rohr with Mike Morrell. Reviewed by Patty de Llosa

Finding Joy: The Science of Happiness, by Patty de Llosa

Sound, scientific advice on attaining happiness

THE PILGRIM SOUL: A Path to the Sacred Transcending World Religions

The movement in my self from the mask to the face, from the personality to the person, from the performing actor to the ruler of the inner chamber, is the spiritual journey. […]

Marion Woodman and the Search for the Conscious Feminine, by Patty de Llosa

“The true feminine is the receptacle of love. The true masculine is the spirit that goes into the eternal unknown in search of meaning. The great container, the Self, is paradoxically both male and female and contains both. If these are projected onto the outside world, transcendence ceases to exist. The Self—the inner wholeness—is petrified.…

THE NEW SCIENCE: Changing Ourselves by Changing the Brain, by Patty de Llosa

“Does mind exist?” asks neuroscientist Daniel Siegel, as he opens a two-day conference on his favorite subject […]

Befriending the Body, by Patty de Llosa

A faithful companion

From Bad to Good, by Patty de Llosa

One of some seven-hundred current members of Ready Willing & Able, the Doe Fund’s flagship training and sustaining organization, Joe will spend the next few months …