Kay talked to Mark about her love of journal keeping and why this ancient form of self-counsel continues to this day.
Mark talked to Adyashanti about the enlightened mind and how Christianity has lost its way.
Mark talked to Ellen about the link between trauma and creativity.
Mark talked to Martha about the path of the way finder, and the benefits of living a seeker’s life.
Sheila talked to Mark about why criticism doesn’t work and how to help writers who are just beginning.
Mark talked to Tara about the link between compassion and healing and how meditation can help with both.
Mark talked to Adam about his revolutionary mission to help young people discover a spiritual life in the 21st century and live deeply from the heart in service of compassion and justice.
Mark talked to Peter about his personal journal and the experience of “recently becoming, publicly, Warren Buffett’s son.”
Julia Cameron recently spoke to Mark about the creative process, Morning Pages, and the challenges of a training a new puppy, from her home in Taos, New Mexico.
Susan talked to Mark about how stories come to her and consume her in the years it takes to finish a book.
An intimate talk with the author of classic book, The Archivist.
In this interview, Natalie shares what this true secret is and why she loves to write.
The mind-body pioneer talks to Mark about his new book, Use Your Body to Heal Your Mind, and why psychotherapists need to open theirs.
Mark talked to her about writing as a spiritual practice and why art is necessary to human survival.
The bestselling fiction writer, memoirist, and “L Word” contributor talks about juggling motherhood with writing and why novels take her so long to finish.
Mark talked to Roger about his latest book, which offers a way to recognize and embrace the extraordinary mystery of our lives without resorting to dogmatic religion.
Mark talks to Jen about how writing enriches the details of life and why we need an inner life.
Robert talks to Mark about how stories have enabled our species to survive, how and why narratives work, and why we need to promote enlightening story telling if our civilization is to survive.
>Caryn talked to Mark about the sacred power of words, surviving cancer, and why, as Dostoevsky believed, “beauty will save the world.”
Mark talked to Thomas about how to live a soulful life and the importance of creating our own spiritual path.
Linda Joy talked to Mark about falling in love with writing in her great-grandmother’s feather bed and why everyone has a story to tell.
The spiritual writer, poet, and philosopher talks to Mark about his book, Seven Thousand Ways to Listen.
Mark talks to Mary about her common sense teachings, her latest book, and her personal journey of awakening.
Mark talked to Peay about the legacy of fathers and daughters and her obsession with the American ethos.
The godfather of therapeutic writing talks to Mark about the surprising power of personal writing as medicine.
The author of Mating in Captivity talks to Mark about why sex and marriage can be such contentious bed fellows.
Kim talked to Mark about the healing power of poetry and how poems can change our daily life.
Mark talked to Sharon about healing and the practice of lovingkindness.
Kevin talked to Mark about his walks on the wild side and how he came to undertake the spiritual pilgrimage recounted in his latest book I Left It on the Mountain.
Nancy talked to Mark about how writing the truth transforms us and why she believes in the power of healing art.
Mark talked to Clark about what we’ve lost in an electrified age and the soul’s hunger for the gifts of darkness.
Mark spoke to Linda about her conservation work and the importance of saving the White Lions of Timbavati.