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Poets As Lifeboats

A note from Carl: The Great religions are the Ships, Poets the life Boats. Every sane person I know has jumped Overboard. That is good for business Isn’t it Hafiz? -Hafiz Ah, to start a morning with Hafiz…I remember Michael Meade saying he likes to get up early and read Hafiz first thing before his…

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Make of Yourself a Light

A note from Carl: There is a story that I love from Lord Of The Dance, the autobiography of the late great, Tibetan Buddhist teacher Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche. Chagdud Tulku was one of the early Tibetan teachers who came to the West, and his teachings helped spread the Buddhist teachings to many people in North…

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So Much Wisdom I Can’t Find Anything

A note from Carl: Last week we took our martial arts lovin boy to see Kung Fu Panda 3. I have loved this series of movies, and the recent was my favorite of the three.  There is one scene that keeps coming back to me as a teaching, as an open question, as just a great line.…

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Intimacy With Your Spine

Intimacy With Your Spine A Skeletal Immersion with Carl and Erin Saturday, Feb 27 12-5 pm In this day-long course we will explore several wonderfully enlivening and intimate movement lessons around the spine. Some lessons will be subtle, some dynamic, and all will lead to a greater sense of intimacy and connection, and thus greatly…

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Does It Love You Back?

A note from Carl: Often, I tend to read my books one at a time. For the last few months though, since our birthday season in October/ November, (when Erin and I usually gift each other the books we both want to read:) I have had 6 or 7 going at a time. A chapter…

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