The World We Long For
Ceremonial and Vision Quest leader, Sun Dancer, Pipe Carrier and Musician The first thing we had to learn was respect for what we were experiencing, and putting it in a sacred context. The oldest religion is wandering alone in the mountains.
My entire life experience has been informed by the wilderness, by interacting with the creatures and mountains and deserts of Colorado, from a very young age, a lot of the time alone. My work has been informed by decades of noticing natural systems and...
“Several years ago, Lisa Garr suffered a brain injury during a California State Championship Mountain bike race, where she was in second place, about to take over first. She fell down a long mountain to the bottom, cracking her helmet in 13 places.
We are raised to look outside ourselves to measure the meaning and value of life, and it’s only much later that we may be challenged to shift to filter for internal markers to ascertain our lives. I so often work with clients who are being challenged,
Shereen Sun: Speaking You Truth There were so many ways, as I was growing up, that I felt very different. Feeling ‘other’ everywhere. I grew up in a Muslim family in Las Vegas, I came out as queer in 7th grade.
Michele Benzamin Miki in Conversation with Dr. Scott MillsStep Aside and Allow others to Have Their Experience From her beautiful home at Manzanita Village, a spiritual retreat center in Southern California,
Diego Marmolejo and Samuel Velez: The Wisdom of the Earth and Our Ancestorswith Abraham Garcia We’re here to receive the wisdom of the Earth and of our ancestors. Everything that surrounds us – places, people, plants – is medicine.
Nancy Monson: Flow I have been immersed in personal growth and spiritual development for the past thirty years. Curiosity is the source of everything that is rich and excellent. It’s the source of authentic art, and of science.
Scott Mills I’ve been exploring how to live personally in the constant now, while also asking the question, ‘Who are we now as human beings?’ and ‘Who can we become?’ There’s a difference between being in a Now based on anxiety,
Daniel Hanneman I would hide under the kitchen table. I was so empathetic, so overwhelmed by the energy I sensed around me. I wanted to engage with life, but part of me was afraid to do so. Would it be too much for them? Would it be too much for me?