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Monday Book Nook: Beyond the Sky and the Earth: A Journey into Bhutan, by Jamie Zeppa

Part of becoming a great dreamer is to be comfortable with change. In this wonderful book author Zeppa, a young woman who had never traveled outside her native Canada, chronicles her journey accepting a rare (22 people a year for the whole country) teaching job in remote Bhutan. Absolutely fearlessly she writes all her feelings […] Read more

Change.

Change is the one thing that is a constant in our lives, and yet it seems to be that which we most struggle with. Why is it that seasons seamless flow into one another, days effortlessly become shorter or longer, and yet humans grasp onto sameness with rigid, tight grips? What is the secret to […] Read more

Feb, 27, 2014

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Special Guest Blog Monday Book Nook: Growing Up for Grown Ups: A Dozen Ways to a Financially More Stable You!

Hello Everyone! In continuing with the series of guest blogs from the dreaming community, I am thrilled to post this one from Mimi Rossi, author of Growing Up for Grown Ups: A Dozen Ways to a Financially More Stable You! I’ve been very inspired by Mimi through the years as she has dreamed her path […] Read more

Monday Book Nook: Celebrating Your First Period

This is an animated short about a girl’s first period from my friend Lara Owen who is running the Waratah Project for the Dugdale Trust for Women and Girls at a women’s advocacy center in Australia. Lara is the author of “Her Blood is Gold” (later published under “Honoring Menstruation”). She is a Doctor of […] Read more

How to Open an Image

Dreams are composed of images… images are the language of our experiencing. Part of opening dreams is to open the images – how they move us, what emotions, analogies, memories, feelings they produce. We can practice this – and have fun with it ! – by opening paintings, photographs and other images we encounter in […] Read more

Monday Book Nook: Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond

Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond. I have posted Diamond previously in the Monday Book Nook (“Collapse”) and with great excitement picked up this book of his which was written earlier. For similar reasons I am posting him again. Diamond is a master at finding patterns and asking the […] Read more

A Thanksgiving Exercise

Today is the big day of the year for Americans to focus their attention on gratitude… Thanksgiving. Often, families and friends go around the table and say out-loud things for which they have been thankful throughout the year or for which they are thankful at that moment. It’s a little pause. And, it’s always in […] Read more

Nov, 28, 2013

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Monday Book Nook: The Animal Communicator

This week’s Monday Book Nook is a one-hour documentary: The Animal Communicator. Sent by a fellow dreamer, this wonderful documentary shows the absolute interrelatedness of all species, and how we can access that relationship – through dreaming. Watch carefully – it is all a demonstration of dreaming-while-awake. http://www.cultureunplugged.com/documentary/watch-online/play/11936/The-Animal-Communicator And to know more about the fascinating […] Read more

Monday Book Nook: Quote from the Dalai Lama

A fellow dreamer sent me a quote from the Dalai Lama that I have been ruminating over for the last couple of weeks. It’s today’s Monday Book Nook as it inspires me and perhaps you will ruminate over it as well…. “The planet does not need more ‘successful people’. The planet desperately needs more peacemakers, […] Read more

Nov, 18, 2013

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Monday Book Nook: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man reads like watching a train wreck. It describes one man’s supposed experience in the world of BIG CORPORATE BUSINESS and it’s insidious interconnectivity with the American government and how the two rule the world and take advantage of the Earth and indigenous people. Train wreck … with one HUGE […] Read more

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