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In praise of serendipity

In praise of serendipity

How we discover I often feel like I move through the world backwards as compared to the more goal-directed folks all around me. They march forward, a clear destination in their sites. I meander, side...Read More »
Sweet Darkness . . .

Sweet Darkness . . .

Sweet Darkness BY DAVID WHYTE When your eyes are tired the world is tired also. When your vision has gone, no part of the world can find you. Time to go into the dark where the night h...Read More »
Seeing from the outside in

Seeing from the outside in

How accurately we depict . . . or not At the most recent Seattle Erotic Arts Festival, I had a chance to take part in David Peterman's amazing Me by Me project. The premise is that the "artist" qui...Read More »
Sit Upon

Sit Upon

In times of quivering activity, bursting creations, or churning chaos, it is a good idea to have a 'Sit Upon'. Years of guiding pelvic floor relaxation and anal breathing led to a collaborative ins...Read More »
A Magical Day

A Magical Day

I listened to a 10-minute meditation this morning, through the Insight Timer app (which is still my favorite app for meditation), and a lot of the pieces of it have stuck with me during my day today. ...Read More »
Climbing down to climb up

Climbing down to climb up

Image & inspiration from Brene Brown's talk on empathy. The theme for May is "blossoming". Exciting, upward, explosive energy of those germinating sprouts and all their potency finally breaking ...Read More »
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