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The Power of Attention: ReWilding the Self #6

On this Memorial Day weekend, ReWild your Self! Be a memorial to your own innate wholeness and to the Earth. Choose to listen to the song of your own plasticina. Notice where you place your attention, and how you attend to your own self-care. Love yourself. It is the most radical political and spiritual act of our time. Continue reading

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Thanks — for the cookie crumbs!

There is a great Ground of Being a Mystery of Being into which a Self is born. An ego forms so individuation, differentiation and separation so the tensions of polarity within the union, with the One-ness of all things might … Continue reading

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