Watering the Seeds Of Soul

Dear friend, During these hard times, I have big hope that we can stay in touch with the softness in the heart of our hearts. In this moment, I’m taking a spacious inhale and a long unhurried exhale. I’m softening my belly, unclenching my jaw, widening my gaze, lengthening my spine, and settling more fully…

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A Party for the Broken

A note from Carl: First, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for all of the 50th birthday wishes. I was truly touched by the kindness shared by so many of you. Thank you. I limped into this new decade on my peg-leg crutch on the long, slow recovery process from my Achilles tendon tear.…

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Tending the Deep Roots

A note from Erin: Hello, beautiful human, A teacher of mine used to say “Increasing complexity requires deeper roots,” and wow, how about the complexity these days? It seems to me we need to tend our deep roots. To have a tap root down deep, burrowed into what really matters, tapped into our sane, soulful,…

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No Place I’d Rather Be

A note from Carl:   Hello, friend, I hope this finds you well.   I’m wondering as you are reading this if you might pause and open attention downward to include the felt connection with the ground underneath you. The direct sensations of your feet, your pelvis, maybe your back – wherever you are in…

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Embodied Beatitudes

A work in progress by Erin Geesaman Rabke Blessed are those whose bellies are free – swelling with every breath and posturing for no one; they shall know ease in their own skin and sense the truth of things, both of which shall remain hidden from those who perform and posture to please others. Blessed…

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