header ask 4.jpg
header - Copy.jpg

"The core ideals of humanity are intended to serve as a light to follow, especially when the dark times come round and we become more exposed to the winds of despair. Amidst all the conflicts and divisions plaguing the world, our role is to recover the true spirit for living and help reveal the underlying wholeness of life." - Michael Meade, "Awakening the Soul"

We need your support as we broadcast ideas and stories of unity and ways of healing that affect both nature and culture . Your donation is an integral part of the success of Mosaic’s ongoing projects and Michael Meade's work in the world. 

We are grateful for any donation you can give. 
Your contribution:

  • Allows us to bring mythic imagination and healing narratives to people worldwide

  • Supports Genius-Based Mentoring and the Mosaic Scholarship Fund that allows a wide diversity of worthy individuals to attend retreats and workshops

  • Funds the Living Myth Podcast and Mosaic's diverse publishing offerings

  • Helps us produce Mosaic's innovative community rituals and healing events

All purchases support Mosaic’s ongoing projects


Capture 2.JPG

In these dark and confusing times, we need occasions of grace and moments of wholeness to rekindle our spirits as well as ease our souls. Holidays and holy days found all over the world are intended to bring us back to the sense that life is a gift continuously waiting to be revealed and that our souls can be a source of abundance through even the darkest times. 

Cicero is credited with having stated that “gratitude is the parent of all virtues.” He may have been considering that becoming grateful, if only for a moment, can make us feel whole again. He may have known that the feeling of gratitude is secretly connected to the gift of life and that each time we experience life as a gift, our life takes on greater meaning. 

Gratitude can be difficult to express because it comes from a deep place in the heart where pain can also dwell. Yet, as indicated by the old practice of “saying grace” to convey thankfulness, gratitude and grace are connected. Feeling grateful and expressing gratitude helps to bring grace back into the world. 

The presence of gratitude also serves as an indication of the natural nobility in our souls. Although thankfulness may be expressed in words, gratitude appears in each act of consciously giving as well as in the moments of gratefully receiving. In that sense, the giving of even the smallest gift can be a genuine expression of gratitude for the gift of life.

We are deeply grateful for your interest in and support of our work and thank you for being a Friend of Mosaic and of the World. Wishing you many moments of wholeness and occasions of grace,

Michael Meade and Mosaic Staff

MICHAEL MEADE Solstice Event


Contact us at info@mosaicvoices.org to be added to the waiting list

Dec. 20, 7:00 pm - Seattle, WA :: Tickets $15

Solstice means “sun stands still.” At the still point of midwinter the sun pauses amidst the relentless rush of time as days grow shorter and the earth wanders into the dark womb of night. Ancient people imagined that the sun needed some conscious help from humans in order to avoid being swallowed by the chaos, by the darkness and loss that ever nip at the edges of life.

In the midst of all the anxieties and pressures of modern life, it is a sense of timelessness that is most needed. There may be no better time to rekindle the instinct for uniting together and expressing love, care and inclusiveness. In facing the darkness together we can find again our own divine spark of life as each soul can connect through ritual and song to the living Soul of the World as it pivots again towards the light.

Join us for an evening of songs and poetry, rituals of remembrance and forgiveness, and a resounding collective call to bring the light of life back from the darkness.

Capture 2.JPG

NEW BOOK by Michael Meade

Awakening the Soul cover - High Res.jpg

Awakening the Soul addresses the issue of the loss of soul throughout the world and the loss of meaning and truth in modern life. Michael Meade shows how meaning is essential to the human soul and uses ancient stories and compelling insights to describe how soul can be recovered and people can learn to “live in truth.”  Drawing from dramatic episodes in his own life, Meade shows how the soul tries to awaken at critical times, and how an awakened soul is crucial for finding medicine to treat the ailments and alienation of modern life. What we need now is not a minor repair, but a major transformation of the world that can only start with the awakening of the individual soul.

$17.95  -  Paperback


● Signed book and discounted priority shipping - $21.95

● Two signed books and free shipping - $35.95

“Brilliant and necessary. Michael Meade offers deep medicine for our cultural anxieties, myths that empower, and profound and timeless insights. These ancient stories and modern illuminations offer the very understandings we need in these hard times.” - Jack Kornfield

“In reading Michael Meade’s work, as in listening to his wisdom in any form, I am amazed at the high quality of love he imparts to a love starved, deeply fractured, humanity. He challenges us to go deeper into the cracks and crevices of our lives to grow a self that remains upright and of service to a tragically troubled world.” - Alice Walker




Save 25% on a wide range of Mosaic titles


$11.95, Download  ::  $14.95, CD


$25.95, Download ::  $34.95, 4 CD Set

All purchases function as a donation to Mosaic

Screen Shot 2018-09-12 at 7.39.13 PM.png


Mosaic’s projects include mentoring youth and awakening the wisdom of elders, finding common ground between those in opposition, shaping community events that unite people of various cultural and spiritual backgrounds, and encouraging greater understanding between people with diverse and divergent backgrounds and experiences.




To be alive at this time means to be caught in the great unraveling that strands us near all the loose threads of creation; but it also means to be close to the revelation of the new design and the next paradigm.
— Michael Meade




Your contribution supports our ongoing work in the community.  Donate today and help grow our projects and offerings.