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Happiness cannot be found Through great effort and willpower, But is already present, In open relaxation And letting go. Don’t strain yourself; “There is nothing to do nor undo. Whatever momentarily arises In the body mind Has no real importance at all, Has little reality whatsoever, Why identify with, and become Attached to it, Passing...
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I went to Santa Fe to visit a close friend. She suggested we drive three hours north to Crestone, a ‘town’ perched at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, in Colorado except no town is visible. There are trees and rocks and lovely vistas the occasional dirt path that leads up the mountain to the...
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The eight limbs of yoga outline a very clear path to joy. When yoga came to America, somehow the first and second limbs weren’t emphasized, probably because the third limb, the ‘asanas’ or postures, were so exciting to look at, that the more subtle and powerful aspects of the practice weren’t given as much attention....
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Plato likened the human mind to a ship on which the sailors had mutinied and locked the Captain and the Navigator below in the cabin. The sailors believe themselves to be perfectly free and steer the ship as they feel like at each moment. First one sailor steers for a while, then another, and the...
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After determining that there were no official holidays or special ‘fete’s’ or feast days during my visit to France, I decided to video that which interested me and see where it would lead. So I began shooting: I began in Paris where extent of the twice life size bronze gods flanked on old stone buildings...
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With a group of 14 painters and Leigh Hyams, an extraordinary painter and teacher using watercolors and journals we brought with us, painted our way from one small town to another in Central Mexico during the month of June in 1999. The trip began in San Miguel Allende, a brightly painted town in its own...
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