Dimensions of Hinduism

Dr. Laura Dunn, Associate Faculty at GTU’s Center for Dharma Studies, offers an in depth look at yoga and its historical and philosophical role in Hinduism. Citing sources from the […]

Psychedelics and Religion Part I

The scientific realization that the use of psychedelic substances can be linked to significant and sustained spiritual experiences has led to a contemporary resurgence of research within brain science and […]

Call the Passover a Delight

Listen as Dr. Deena Aranoff, Director of The Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies at the GTU, reflects on how Passover can provide some therapy during this time of […]

Spirituality x Ritual

In “Spirituality x Ritual,” Jhos Singer reflects on the ways in which ritual practices can create or enhance spiritual experiences.

The Arbaeen Pilgrimage

Each year millions of Shias from around the world gather in the ancient city of Najaf in Iraq to perform the Arbaeen pilgrimage – a fifty-mile walk to Karbala, a […]

Greening Spirituality: A Live Conversation

In this GTUx Live event, Dr. Rita Sherma and Dr. Devin Zuber led a conversation around the innate connections between humans and the natural world. Following the discussion that they […]

Spiritual Care, Contemplative Practice, and Ritual

GTUx Originals and Lectures within this content pillar will offer expert insight, practical approaches, and a critical look at ways to engage, learn, and craft meaningful rituals and contemplative practices […]