It is one of the world’s oldest languages and belongs to the Indo-European family, meaning that Sanskrit is still alive and well today—at home and abroad.
Krzysztof Karauda—a trainee Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) trainer—explains how the body uses movement to release tension after stressful experiences.
In parts of East Asia, dried mugwort leaves are burned by folk doctors to prevent the sorts of illnesses that can arise in the winter months.
Professor of Ethics Paweł Łuków talks about moral norms, what it means to be decent, and how we can relate this to our own behaviour and that of others.
Musician Marcin Dymiter discusses his field recordings of the natural world and the importance of getting away from human-made sound.
Andrzej Hrycaj, a cold water swimming instructor specializing in the Wim Hof Method, explains what we can gain from taking an ice cold dip.
Author and naturalist Jacek Karczewski talks about the sexual habits of birds, their symbolism in Europe, and why we must strive to describe animals in empathetic terms.
An expert in neuroscience talks about what memory is, whether we can train it, and if we might be able to read other people’s thoughts in the future.
Scientist and priest Michał Heller talks about the steam engine, theology, and physical problems with materialism.
Psychotherapist Paweł Malinowski talks about good and bad habits, as well as how to give them up or shape them.