Neo-paganism, a spiritual movement popularized in the late 1960s, is growing rapidly among teens and young adults.
Florida International University and the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute (VLJI) in Israel have launched a joint project to determine the impact that Jews engaged in "New Age" spiritual practices has on mainstream Jewish religious life in North America and Israel.
View images from our May 21 event: Love and Compassion are our True Nature: An Interfaith Dialogue cosponsored by PSS and the Kriya Yoga Institute.
A very special evening, as FIU honored Dr. Nathan Katz, founding director of the Program for Program in the Study of Spirituality and welcomed incoming director Dr. Whitney Bauman.
PSS Fellow and Director of Asian Studies, Dr. Steven Heine, spoke at the annual interfaith breakfast on Good Friday. Sponsored by PSS, SIPA, and the Coral Gables Congregational Church. Dr. Heine is an authority on Zen Buddhism and Japanese culture.
‘Contemporary Global Spirituality’ the focus of Interfaith Lecture, April 18
March 9-14, FIU students and faculty spent time at Sivananda Yoga Ashram in the Bahamas.
Click here to listen to last semester's Sufi music performance.
In Tibetan Buddhism, sacred sounds can refer to the syllables of a mantra, the chanting of prayer, the sound of a horn, or the clash of cymbals accompanied by drums.
Negotiating salary, supervisory skills and career mapping are some of the often-cited ways for women to become successful leaders. But one key ingredient typically missing is spirituality, which can be an invaluable tool, says one female leader who will discuss its benefits.