Commune with Jeff Krasno

Commune with Jeff Krasno

Commune is a podcast where we explore the ideas and practices that bring us together and help us live healthy, purpose-filled lives. We believe personal and societal health are two sides of the same coin, and that cultivating personal wellness is the first step toward making the world well. We connect with experts, scientists, and storytellers around food, health, social impact, mindfulness and movement practices, personal growth, and environmental action. In addition to being a podcast, Commune is also an online course platform where thousands of participants take each course together, day-by-day, for free. We then provide social tools that empower participants to form local action groups and implement their new knowledge in their communities.

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July 29, 2021 125 min

Dr. Zach Bush doesn't keep his ideas in a neat ideological box. Instead, paints a sweeping picture of our interconnected world — one in which topics such as regenerative farming, bio-engineering, government policy, and the human microbiome are all intimately linked. And while he candidly points out missteps at many levels, he also offers a hopeful vision for humanity.


To sign up for Dr. Zach Bush's upcoming Commune course, g...

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This impromptu Commusings is what happens when Jeff listens to hours upon hours of the Zen philosopher Alan Watts while a road trip with his daughter — and then sits down at a piano.


To sign up for our weekly Commusings newsletter, visit onecommune.com.


And for more musings and quotes, connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune and @jeffkrasno.

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This audio workshop is an extended excerpt of Russell Brand's Commune course on recovery. Whether you are mildly miserable, moderately despairing, or in a state of total desperation, this course can show you a new path to freedom.


To watch Russell’s full course, sign up for a 14-day free trial of Commune Membership at onecommune.com/trial.

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Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture.


This week David Romanelli brings you the story his daughter's leukemia — and the powerful, painful, and uplifting lessons he and his family have learned along the way.


To sign up for our weekly Commusings newsletter, visit onecommune.com.


And for more musings and quotes, connect with us on Inst...

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Journalist Pedro Andrade recently spent 6 months deep in the Amazon with unparalleled access to many unique communities while filming a new documentary series for VICE. In this conversation, he discusses the complexity of the indigenous people who live there, the tension between economic development and preservation, and his hopes for this critical region of the earth.


You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And ...

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Today's episode is an excerpt from The Path to Presence with Murray Hidary, a 10-day walking meditation course that allows for a deep, embodied understanding of your emotions. You can enjoy this program free for 5 days at onecommune.com/presence.


This particular walking meditation offers an intimate inquiry into anger. As Murray will tell you several times in this session: There is nothing inherently wrong with anger. Anger can ...

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In this interview, Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey muses on his book Greenlights, an unconventional memoir filled with lessons learned the hard way for living with greater satisfaction. He and Jeff also discuss where our personal values come from, and how many of us may disagree on political issues, but we often share core values.


You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us on Instagram at...

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Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture.


Today Jeff unpacks the psychological and biological roots of fear — starting with the genesis of his own claustrophobia. How can mindfulness practices and rigorous self-examination help us unwind patterns of fear, both the learned and the innate?


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Can organic farming feed the world? Jeff Tkach is the Chief Impact Officer for the Rodale Institute, which is at the forefront of studying the nutritional yield of organic as well as helping farmers transition their fields. He offers hope for a future where many of our political divides are healed as we come together around a vision of abundant, healthful food.


You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us ...

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Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture.


Have you ever fantasized about living off-grid? Consuming fewer resources and radically simplifying life? This week Commune Co-Founder Jake Laub shares how he ended up building a yurt tucked into a canyon corner of Commune Topanga, and the radical changes in perspective that came with that path.


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What keeps a long-term relationship resilient? In their decades together, Rich Roll and Julie Piatt have weathered financial collapse and fame, healed themselves and held visions of success for one other. In this conversation, they share the story of their time together along with lessons learned along the way.


This interview was originally recorded for and appeared in the Heart Chakra edition of Human Shift magazine.


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Today's episode is an excerpt from Brendon Burchard's Commune course, The Wellness Masterclass, which teaches you how to cultivate long-lasting happiness by addressing your core mindsets and daily habits. You can enjoy this program free for 5 days at onecommune.com/wellness.


This particular lesson addresses the first step to dealing with overwhelm: settling firm boundaries. Boundaries help you prioritize and carve out time ...

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In this recording of Sadhguru speaking at Commune Topanga, he answers audience questions on the nature of karma, how to "stay with the being rather than the doing," what to say to loved ones who have become depressed, and ways to positively transform the cyclical patterns in your life.


You can take Sadhguru’s Commune course, Wisdom of the Mystic, free for 5 days at onecommune.com/wisdom.

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June 15, 2021 15 min

Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture.


Today Jeff offers a Father's Day musing on the trials and tenderness of parenting three daughters and the importance of simply being there — so his children can charge into life with confidence and delight, knowing that in failure they have the pillow of his unconditional love to soften their...

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What is inspiration and how can we tap into it every day? Light Watkins is a meditation teacher turned minimalist nomadic author. In today's episode, he and Jeff discuss excerpts from Light's new book – Knowing Where to Look: 108 Daily Doses of Inspiration – which is filled with short, insightful stories to spark contemplation and feed your creativity.


You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us o...

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Today's episode is an excerpt from Sadhguru’s Commune course, Wisdom of the Mystic, which is filled with Sadhguru’s insights on joy, suffering, and the full spectrum of human experience. You can enjoy this program free for 5 days at onecommune.com/wisdom.


This particular lesson digs into the realm of our deepest insecurities. We live every day as if we are going to live forever, but the truth is that we are mortal. As Sadhguru e...

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We aren't going to solve the world's problems unless we learn to speak to each other in ways that facilitate connection and cooperation. So in this episode, mediator and empathic communication coach John Kinyon shares how to talk about current events using language that heals rather than divides.


You can learn more about Commune at onecommune.com. And connect with us on Instagram at @onecommune.

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Today's episode is an excerpt from Sound Consciousness: Drones for Sonic Bathing with Grateful Dead percussionist Mickey Hart and tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain. This program includes 10 meditative listening sessions designed to bring you into the infinite now — that magical moment where you naturally experience love, peace, and clarity.


If you want to experience the first 5 sound baths of this course for free, go to onecommune.co...

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Commusings is our Sunday morning newsletter where we take a moment to think deeply on the topics of spirituality, philosophy, and culture.


Today Jeff recounts a few of his early misadventures in the orbit of the Grateful Dead and how his lifelong love of music, pursuit of well-being, and desire to foster community have interwoven in gratifying and unexpected ways. He also introduces Commune's latest course, Sound Consciousness: ...

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Today's episode is an excerpt from our Commune course, Principles of Permaculture with Warren Brush. If you are interested in this topic I recommend you register for the free master class that Warren teaches on the ancient roots of regenerative agriculture. Just go to onecommune.com/roots to sign up for a time to watch.


Whether you are already interested in permaculture or have never heard the word, you will come away from this ...

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