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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Back by popular demand… (< I always wanted to say that ) December 1 – 21, I’ll be leading a little 10-minutes-a-day online retreat to help you create your most peaceful and meaningful December yet. Whatever holiday(s) you choose to … Continue reading
A few years back, the Give Away a Dollar a Day game came into my awareness. I have no idea who originated this abundance game, but I’ve had so much fun playing, I thought I’d share it with you. What … Continue reading
Here’s a wonderful image from Sean Linden reminding us that magic and beauty happen as we Open. SeanLindenDesigns.com
In the States, Thursday is the Thanksgiving Holiday. Ideally, it is a time for gathering with friends or relatives and celebrating the many, many blessings in our lives. I’m all about bringing the sacred to everyday life, so I love … Continue reading
On 11-1-11, a group of hearty pioneers chose to make the most of some once in a lifetime dates. From all over the globe they came, to take an 11-day inner journey, from 11-1-11 through 11-11-11. Each day, we did … Continue reading
Quick heads up – literally. Thursday night, the Leonid meteor shower peaks. If you’re in North America, the best viewing is very early Friday morning, 18 November, before dawn, low in the eastern sky.
“This is a gathering of amazing beings! Everyone here deserves to be honored.” And, in order for us to RECEIVE that honoring, we must first accept the invitation and come to the party. Then, once in that elevated place, we … Continue reading
I love the feeling of being in those huge university buildings on nights and weekends and holidays. The empty hallways and classrooms seem so peaceful, echoing with the traces of thousands and thousands of lectures and generations of eager students … Continue reading