Monthly Archives: September 2010

Are You Looking at Me?

Eye contact is a funny thing.  I’ve just returned from a meditation camp during which we spent hours and hours staring into each others’ eyes.  It was strange and tense to begin with, but delicious and strangely satisfying before long. … Continue reading

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Paranormal Yoga

Something paranormal just happened.  It’s on par with that girl in the Exorcist spinning her head around and making that awful sound that scares the hell out of me more than two decades later. It’s on par with alien abductions… Continue reading

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Your Bio in 6 Words

This game comes from Harriet Madigan of the Living Fit dynamos.  Harriet got it from someone else.  Thanks to all sources. Here’s the game:  Give us your bio in 6 words. Holy exciting, Batman.  I’d love to hear your answers. … Continue reading

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Meditation Camp

Have you been to a meditation camp before?  Having just returned from a five day version, I’d like to summarize the effects for you. This will come in handy if you decide to go yourself. It will also be useful… Continue reading

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Leaving the Circus

“We usually don’t look, we overlook.”Alan WattsI’m off to a meditation camp this morning. It’s a good thing.  There are days, like today, when I begin to overlook, when landing fully and immediately in the moment is something that only… Continue reading

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Ed

A man named Ed comes to my clinic every second Wednesday. He arrives 40 minutes before my afternoon hours begin. When I ask him why he arrives so early, he says he can’t keep himself away from me. Ed is … Continue reading

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Two Words

Here’s a business idea for someone. In my clinic, we talk some days about having only two words left to say in your life.  Maybe your throat is closing permanently, maybe you suddenly find silence far more attractive than words,… Continue reading

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Things I Learned Over My Summer Holidays

Holy Moly. I’ve just finished my first class in six weeks. I’ve been practicing almost daily at home, but not in studio.Things I Learned Over My Summer Holiday, or Things I Really Learned When I Stepped Back Into Class:1. I’m… Continue reading

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Things I Learned Over My Summer Holidays

Holy Moly. I’ve just finished my first class in six weeks. I’ve been practicing almost daily at home, but not in studio.Things I Learned Over My Summer Holiday, or Things I Really Learned When I Stepped Back Into Class:1. I’m… Continue reading

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Yoga From Your Neck of the Woods

In my neck of the woods, trees twist up through rock. Canadian Shield is the name of the rock that is our foundation as far as you can see. In some areas we’ve got soil – our cities are as… Continue reading

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