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Let Your Teachers Appear: Why to Trust the Unexpected

August 11, 2017, by Stephanie Mines

I was completely unprepared to meet the people who have changed the course of my life. They gave me what I never knew I was seeking. In retrospect I can attest to … read more

How to Fall in Love with Life – the Absolutely Beautiful Gifts of Mindful Dance

August 9, 2017, by Lindsay Fovargue

Mindful Dance is not a very verbal process! But I have been enjoying talking to some women and men who have been coming to classes or retreats about their … read more

4 Reasons Systemic Constellations Heal Situations that Therapies Don’t

July 25, 2017, by Thomas Miller

“I can’t change.” For me this belief was sticky, resistant, relentless, hard to find the cure for. My brother had killed himself and I didn’t fit … read more

Suffering: How to Let Go of Straining and Ease Out

July 21, 2017, by Roger Linden

Suffering is hard work. After working as a psycho-therapist for many years and after speaking about non-dualism for nearly 20 years, my impression is that most of us … read more

7 Benefits of Spiritual Practice

July 17, 2017, by Margo van Greta

I didn’t see the point. Why would anyone be involved with any form of religion or spiritual practice? The family I grew up in was very open to our neighbours and … read more

Understanding the Message of the Bee

July 5, 2017, by Laura Ferguson

When I was a child I met my first beehive. It was a monstrous colony inside a glass observation box at a local science museum. For ages I searched the vibrating bee … read more

Are you listening? How the Inner Voice Saved My Child

June 21, 2017, by Deborah Padilla

Everybody has a story….that is, every person’s body has a story. It’s not a secret. It tells you what it wants and what it needs and what makes it … read more

Self-Care & Spiritual Practice: How the Inner Smile Supports Your Health

June 8, 2017, by William Bloom

Visiting my GP a little while ago he began talking with me about his own health. This was not unusual as we had known each other for twenty years and he had read my … read more

Yes, Please, Thank You, More – How I Escaped Cubicle Crunch

May 30, 2017, by Anaiis Salles

Cubicle Crunch In 2007, I stared out at a ski slope, a beautiful view from the big windows of my corner office. Big, beautiful cubicle, but still… a cubicle. … read more