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Sleeping with Rumi: Two Kinds of Resilience

It is true. I slept with Rumi last night. Yes. It is true too that he wears a beard and that after a January’s week of being alone in a remote mountain cabin, I now sprout one too. But that … Continue reading

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Turning 60—at 2 AM

Woke in the dark thickness of night hearing the call my soul… my heart “Get up! Wake up!” gently but urgently repeats Until I sit now Breathing Listening Cat a-purr in my lap Stars brilliant all around My soul calling … Continue reading

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A Celebration of the Self: Wild Resiliency!

The concept of wild resiliency, and consequently of Aspen-Body Wisdom, represent for me the convergence of multiple and diverse professional lives. Two threads woven throughout the tapestry of my heart’s wandering however are the themes of personal, and of organizational … Continue reading

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