Freedom through Movement.

When I recently shared about my life-long struggle with anxiety, it hit a nerve with so many of you. And when I shared that a subtle, little-known movement modality called Feldenkrais has been one powerful tool I use to ‘drop in’ deeper to my own body, transforming my experience of myself and others, many of you were intrigued. “Can I learn Feldenkrais […]

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A Messy and Beautiful Thanksgiving.

I’m having complicated feelings this Thanksgiving. While there may have indeed been pockets of genuine hospitality and mutual material and cultural exchange between early ‘pilgrims’ and indigenous inhabitants of this land, our subsequent actions of genocidal erasure toward those who lived in harmony with this land for 10-14,000 years prior makes this holiday’s deployment in […]

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Daring to Think Again | David Brisbin

The following is an excerpt from Daring to Think Again by David Brisbin. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Freefall Trust Before you jump, you can know everything and nothing at the same time. I had assumptions about skydiving. Almost none of them turned out to be […]

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Beware of Hypocrisy | Robert Waligurski

The following is an excerpt from Beware of Hypocrisy by Robert Waligurski. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Churches and Money What Jesus Says about the Love of Money It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich […]

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Unbusy | Andy Dragt

The following is an excerpt from Unbusy by Andy Dragt. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. From Chapter One: To me, it seems obvious to think of time as a flow system. Time flows. Time flows in one direction, moment by moment and day by day. Time […]

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