Posts by Erin

Nights Of Grief and Mystery with Stephen Jenkinson

In this episode we speak with Stephen Jenkinson. Stephen is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, farmer and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School. He has written several books, including Die Wise: A Manifesto For Sanity and Soul, and Come of Age: The Case for Elderhood in Times of Trouble. In this conversation we speak…

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A Response To Our Times With Francis Weller

Francis Weller on Embodiment Matters Podcast

In this, our second conversation with Francis Weller, we once again have a wonderful, deep conversation covering many soulful topics, including: Letting go of searching for an answer, and instead leaning into our own unique response to these times. We talk about the cognitive and soul dissonance of information overload. Francis describes The Five Gates…

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The Wealth & Wisdom of Tenderness

A note from Erin Hi friends, I’m writing from the spectacularly beautiful Casa del Sol at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu, New Mexico. In just a few hours, we’ll begin welcoming the participants for The Way of Tenderness retreat. the heart-shaped labyrinth at Casa del Sol  During my spacious almost 12-hour drive here on Monday, I…

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For the Love of Practice, A Big Mess + The Embodiment Lab is Open Today!

A note from Carl:  Hello friends! I wanted to begin this morning with this piece from Fred Lamotte, who is such a beautiful embodiment of a contemporary mystic poet. This poem has been rocking my world all week: “May all beings be happy, and know the cause of happiness.” ~Sutra on the Four Immeasurables What is the…

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Why Do Feldenkrais?

Why Do Feldenkrais? by Erin Geesaman Rabke Age gracefully I’m so inspired by my Feldenkrais teachers in their 80s. They continue to improve their movement habits even as they age – just as others their age seem to keep declining. Several years ago, one 80-year-old teacher of ours fell off his mountain bike and fractured his…

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