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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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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. 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 flows from the […]

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Blessed is the Man | an interview with Dale Fredrickson

During the height of the long-overdue #MeToo reckoning, when so many people (primarily women, and feminine-identified) were sharing their stories of assault, violation, and pain, I wrote a reflection that’s turned out to be my post popular online writing to-date, with over 20,000 readers sharing: An Open Letter to my Brothers in light of #MeToo. In […]

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Talking with Mona Haydar about God, the Universe, and Everything: The Wild Goose Festival

Whew! I’m just returning from four days of fun in the sun (and rain) at the spirituality, justice, and arts oriented Wild Goose Festival in beautiful (but humid, this year) Hot Springs, North Carolina. This was my tenth time participating in the festival I helped start (nine in North Carolina from 2011–now, plus a one-off Wild Goose West in Corvalis, Oregon in […]

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