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Free Yoga Nidra for the Dog Days of Summer

As we start to wind down summer (yes it officially lasts until the fall equinox but folks I know are already talking about it being over -- we hurry everything in our culture), I wanted to share with you a resource meant to be used again and again: a recording of my...

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Hope Comes in Cycles

Hope is not always the obvious choice. At times, life can get too real, as Anne Lamont writes in a recent essay published in National Geographic. As in: Supreme Court hearings, intercepted pipe bombs, shootings in supermarkets and synagogues. This month has seemed...

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Forgiveness Matters

As I write this, member of my tribe are fasting, remembering the dead, and practicing forgiveness.  On Yom Kippur, Jews will put the finishing touches on the new year -- and forgiveness is key: like Buddhism, which sees forgiveness as a practice of cleansing, Jews use...

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Let Your Mind Wander This Summer

Summer is all about playing a bit more – you might be slowing down from work to spend more time in your garden, or on the river, or in the woods. Whatever you do, don’t mistake slowing down for flatlining. My thesaurus does. For slow, it says Sluggish. Slack. Dim....

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