When We Go Inside Ourselves And Stay — Finding Still Center

When We Go Inside Ourselves And Stay — Finding Still Center

By Lisa Marks, MA, LMHC Lisa Marks is a colleague and Process Work Diplomat who spends half her year in the Pacific Northwest and half the year in the upper Midwest. Where ever she is, she is strongly aligned with the environment and natural world — both within and without. We are pleased to re-post this

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Finding Possibility

Umair Haque is a thought leader, consultant and author whose personal journey from the achievement and trappings of success to a devastating fatal diagnosis and beyond helped him find peace, happiness and a passion to give to others. Here is an excerpt from one of  his reflections called The Sky in Us: Holding Possibility, an argument

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The Pain is Our Pain

The pain is our pain. It is the wound in the world and we are of the world. I know that all moments, across the whole of humanity, are occasions of suffering and joy, beyond my scope. I suppose that when a blow lands so close to heart and home, the perimeter I hold against

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In the Shadow of Disney World

ORLANDO SHOOTING JUNE 11, 2016 by Rami Henrich When I think Orlando, I think of sun filled days,  blue skies, parents and grandparents offering up days of fun and excitement, showering their children with the time of their lives at Disney World. But from  yesterday on, I will think of Orlando in a different way.

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Growth and Decay in Life: What Sustains Us?

“Life has always seemed to me like a plant that lives on its rhizome.  Its true life is invisible, hidden underground in the rhizome.  The part that appears above ground lasts only a single summer.  Then it withers away-an ephemeral apparition.  When we think of the unending growth and decay of life and civilizations, we

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The Colorful Wisdom of Autumn

I recently received the post below written by Sarah Evenson of Bridge Between Retreat Center, in Denmark, Wisconsin, just south of Green Bay.  It spoke to me of the power of nature to connect us to the earth and move us to recognize something greater than ourselves.  by Sarah Evenson The picture above was taken

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