Om Anandamayi

https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/A9ZBA2nQZmwmqB917 All Nature dumbly calls to her alone To heal with her feet the aching throb of life And break the seals on the dim soul of man And kindle her fire in the closed heart of things. ||81.24|| Om, She full of Bliss, She full of Consciousness, She full of Truth, She who is Read more about Om Anandamayi[…]

Peace lab

Humanity Rising Welcome to the Peace LABan Experiment & Journey in Peace LABoratory ~ experiments, investigates, researches, and explorations, and some emergent design … ALSOLAByrinth ~ one winding, irregular, peaceful path in and out! The Peace LAB is the culmination of hundreds of hours of intense dialogue within ChatAction. Its genesis came from one of our members, Kurt Read more about Peace lab[…]

Spring

Michael hetherington liver and gall bladder meridians connected with smooth flow of energy around the body and detoxifying. Yoga opening the side body and shoulders, pummelling and qigong. Spring is that time of year when new energy, new life and new dreams blossom. As we move out of the colder and more introverted months of Read more about Spring[…]

Radiance

There is a place in the heart where everything meets.Go there if you want to find me.Mind, senses, soul, eternity, all are there.Are you there? Enter the bowl of vastness that is the heart.Give yourself to it with total abandon. Quiet ecstasy is there – and a steady, regal sense of resting in a perfect Read more about Radiance[…]

Late Summer

Set the seed What does setting seed mean? In computing – The set. seed() function sets the starting number used to generate a sequence of random numbers – it ensures that you get the same result if you start with that same seed each time you run the same process. For example, if I use the sample() function immediately Read more about Late Summer[…]

First harvest Yoga

July Shipway – Yoga through the year https://www.yogathroughtheyear.com/blog?fbclid=IwAR1Xa1XdHS_YDzKrhW1oLlsrpSpQ2fTVADW-0Zx3tifeAo9UMQKfONG_vGA The Celtic festival of gratitude and first seeds, Lammas, is on August 2nd this year. It’s the time of first harvest, and in this newsletter we’ll be looking at ways that we can acknowledge and celebrate our own personal harvest, as well as remembering to say thank you Read more about First harvest Yoga[…]

Goddess of the dry spell – Danna Faulds

This spring and early summer were unusually wet in our part of the Shenandoah Valley. It rained and rained, resulting in lush lawns and uncommon garden growth through the first part of August. Now though, we are in a dry spell. I spend the first part of every morning out in our vegetable garden with Read more about Goddess of the dry spell – Danna Faulds[…]