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Thought for today. Will war ever become an outlier of human consciousness? Those who have deep-dived the depths of universal consciousness (link to a cool blog) much more than I, suggest hate-filled realms are as real as love. But they also … Continue reading
My first retreat for peace generators this weekend was a beautiful gift to myself and others. I will post another event in April to support all those who want to explore the nature of peace and could use a bit of restorative stillness and … Continue reading
No, I don’t mean waistline, though that does happen with time, trust me. I have for most of my life been aware that our experience wherever we focus our attention expands. This is a core of mindfulness practice. A kernel of conversation with … Continue reading
There are many opportunities I am intensely grateful for in 2016. One of them was an online course beamed from Pema Chodron’s Abby in Nova Scotia. Another is spending the last few weeks in a group contemplating fearlessness. It all … Continue reading
Voices that give me strength.
My brilliant dwarf hamster escaped its cage this week for 24 hours. Which led me to vacuum and sort through ancient belongings in the entire basement, thinking that would draw her out. Which led me to find an old photo album … Continue reading