Living in Harmony » Harmony in Practice
We are currently working with The Prince’s Foundation to develop a number of Journals on Harmony in Practice. The essays in this section seek to provide guidance for the practical application of Harmony principles in various fields of life and work. We plan to make these essays available during 2019.
Ultra-marathon runner Anthony Rodale says that "big dreams require determination, an internal fire, commitment to self and to training" and an ability to adapt, as he starts his 6 day race across the Atlas Mountains.... more
How does one understand Harmony and how does one seek it? As Director of The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts, Khaled Azzam addresses a third question in relation to our search for harmony – what is the role of the artist in this search?... more
Anthony Rodale's latest blog discusses diversity and the need for a rediscovery of harmonious personal relationships with the natural world in order to achieve a holistic way of living and being.... more
Writing in Learning for Well-Being magazine, Emilie Martin asks: 'Is it time to rethink our perspective on holistic... more
These reflections explore ancient religious and philosophical traditions that speak of Harmony. We plan to make these essays available in full during... more
The essays in this section seek to provide guidance for the practical application of Harmony principles in various fields of life and work, including education, food and farming, health, well-being and business.... more