October - 2014
Newest posts (10-15-2014)
Interview with Molly Boeder Harris, Founder of the Breathe Network
Molly Boeder Harris is the founder and Executive Director of The Breathe Network, a non-profit dedicated to connecting survivors of sexual abuse and assault with trauma-sensitive, holistic healing arts practitioners. She is smart, passionate, open, and strong. In the last two years she has helped The Breathe Network expand its scope into educating healing arts practitioners about trauma-sensitivity. (Continue)
Janice Lynne Lundy
Periods of stillness allow us to settle down—enough to let Joy break through. Moving so quickly, we are likely to miss the subtle joys of everyday life: a soft bed from which to rise, food on the table, bird song, a cloudless sky, the laughter of a child. Stillness enlivens us, as well as grounds us, in the present moment where all is well. (Continue)
Teacher and Student
Kaveri Patel, DO
As a physician, facilitator of meditation and writing classes, parent, wife, daughter and friend, I expect my interactions with others to go well. In fact, my happiness sometimes depends on the outcome of these interactions. If a patient, class participant, family member or friend feel satisfied or nourished by our time together, I’m happy. If they walk away with a distressed look or slumped shoulders, I can sometimes take this personally, feeling as if I have somehow failed. (Continue)
Book Review: "The Tao of Intimacy and Ecstasy"
Cindy Harpe Hively
Towler has truly created what I would consider a workbook. Exercises include ways for both men and women to balance and tone organs, increase sexual strength and balance subtle energies. For singles or anyone suffering from a wounded heart, The Tao of Intimacy and Ecstasy recognizes sometimes love can leave us sad and fearful and afraid to reach out again. Using exercises for healing and opening a heart that may be closed, hurt or scared is a path to new relationships. (Continue)
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We're a gathering of interspiritually-minded women dedicated to exploring and celebrating meditation, in all its forms, with Feminine style and verve. We do this to free ourselves—body, mind & spirit—to have the most potent experience of meditation and life possible. We're firmly rooted in conscious living and loving, mindfulness, compassion, service, and, lest we forget, feminine fun! We're glad you're here!