Monthly Archives: April 2016

Hasselblad

https://youtu.be/vxEecJqGnDc Patience please. Don’t quit too soon… “Jean-Michel Blais is a 31-year-old pianist from Montreal. He grew up in a rural French Catholic town in Quebec, and at age nine began tinkering with his family’s organ. By 16, he was invited by…

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Why enchantment matters

Women Re-Singing the World

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Togetherness lost

Memories are cloudy. It was a ritual that was conducted on Saturday afternoons or Sunday mornings. It was cold and wet. Cabin Fever had set in. Mom and the Kids needed to get out. Our first stop was Barnes and Noble. Rachel,…

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Monday Mantra: Go Deep

“I have, in my life, turned pages a million times more often than I have read them, and always derived from turning pages at least as much pleasure and real intellectual enjoyment as from reading. Surely it is better to…

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And he reads to them, as he does every night, as if watering them, as if turning the earth at their feet.

And he reads to them, as he does every night, as if watering them, as if turning the earth at their feet. There are stories he has never heard of, and others he has known as a child, these stepping…

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“O Fortuna ~ Carmina Burana” – Carl Orff

Originally posted on anakegoodall:
https://youtu.be/GXFSK0ogeg4

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The vagus nerve, emotions and the difficulty with mindfulness practices

Originally posted on healing from the freeze:
“Now, many people who don’t know a lot about trauma think that trauma has something to do with something that happened to you a long time ago. In fact, the past is the past…

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