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#Metoo & #Timesup in Embodiment Communities

Body of Truth. The Current State of #Metoo and #Timesup in Embodiment Communities.  Recently, I was contacted by someone in the #metoomovement about #metoo experiences I might’ve had or witnessed in embodiment communities over the years. First, I just want to say this subject has been on my mind for much longer, since puberty I guess, and in the last […]

New School Leadership (The Yoga of Leadership)

Do you think of yourself as a leader? Why or why not? I remember being surprised as a child when someone called me a leader. What about you? For me, there was something kind of…. unnecessary about the title….. and also kind of uncomfortable, like a stiff, over-starched collar that hinders the flow of movement. […]

When Peace has Lost its Power

Peace is a pretty worn out and tattered word. It’s been used to convey empty sentimentality, sell soft drinks and lull victimized people into not standing up for their rights. For some of us, the word has probably lost its vibration, meaning we hear the word, know what it means, but our emotions are not stirred. I’ll spare you […]

4 Non-Yoga Books for the Yogi’s Bookshelf

This is for everyone of the slightest spiritual ilk. Meditation-lovers Yoga dabblers who make it to a class (5 minutes late) once every 4th blue moon For Purists, whose meditation cushion or yoga mat vibrates with years of their own shakti (translation: energy, self-creation) Teachers  and gurus- whoever you are, we’re all a guru of sorts Yoga = wholeness […]

YOU: Quintessential Design

Every so often, we shine our lovelight on somelovely in our readership community. To see what amazing things they do, how they do it, why they do it. This time the soft glow turns toward Europe to highlight someone known and loved in many places on the globe. Someone currently spending time in Lyon, France. An architect, designer, artist. A hilarious […]

YOU: “Twice Heroes,” Nisei Veterans, Tom Graves, Author & Photographer

Twice Heroes: America’s Nisei Veterans of WW2 and Korea In their own words, Japanese American Nisei veterans (2nd generation American) recount their battles against wartime suspicion and racism, and of overcoming them with with courage and patriotism (((Every couple of months, we shine our lovelight on someone in our community. This time the soft glow is upon […]