Archive for January 2016

Freshness In The Ordinary

A note from Erin: Greetings from lovely San Rafael! We are so happy this week to be starting our second 3-year Embodied Life training with our dear friend and mentor, Russell Delman, and 30 other people from around the world. The wonderful Irish poet, John O’Donohue reflected in an interview years ago on how he understood the…

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Grief and Praise For The Dying and What Lives

A note from Carl: It seems there have been many losses in the last weeks. There are many losses everyday, yet sometimes that fact shines through more clearly. One that has been particularly moving for Erin and myself this week is the death of Stephen Levine. Stephen was such a poetic writer and teacher about…

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The Endless Harvest of Early Seeds

A note from Carl: Greetings Friends, I just returned from a week of staying in a remote cabin outside of Boulder, Utah with our son, Mesa. The week gave Erin some cherished solo time at home, where she was free to follow her own rhythms for the first time in 6 years (much needed for…

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Too Blessed to be Stressed? NOT! **Happy New Year!**

A note from Erin Happy New Year, friends! I’ve been having a great few days, cleaning, clearing, smudging, visioning, dancing, writing, resting. How’s January so far for you? I love this reminder from John O’Donohue, “When we approach with reverence, great things decide to approach us. Our real life comes to the surface and its…

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