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Monday Book Nook: The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry: A Novel by Rachel Joyce

I would never have picked this up in a million years unless I was in an airport with sudden flight cancellations and had no alternative (the cover might have attracted me, and the name is somewhat evocative). But I did pick it up because I joined a book club and this was the book they […] Read more

Monday Book Nook: Physician of the Soul, Healer of the Cosmos: Isaac Luria and his Kabbalistic Fellowship By Lawrence Fine

Physician of the Soul, Healer of the Cosmos: Isaac Luria and his Kabbalistic Fellowship By Lawrence Fine This academic book uniquely takes a look at the cultural context in Safed, Israel, and the Mediterranean which supported and gave rise to the Kabbalistic teachings of Isaac Luria. Mr. Fine goes a few hundred years back, and […] Read more

A Little Bit of Utopia

This weekend I had one of the more profound experiences of my life: I went out with my village to help our neighbor Gil “vendage” – to harvest the grapes from his vineyard. But what I thought at first was the most profound turned out to only be an introduction to the real lesson. At […] Read more

Oct, 03, 2013

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Interview with Maeve Crawford on “Creating Calm Network”

Maeve Crawford, Soul Mate Catalyst, interviews Bonnie Buckner and discusses “Dream Your Self into Being” and much more about dreaming. Listen Here.

Sep, 30, 2013

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Monday Book Nook: Greening the Desert

Greening the Desert. This link is to a video of a remarkable project that took “dead” soil in a discarded area of the desert deemed unable to grow anything and, through permaculture techniques, created a vibrant oasis of fruit-bearing trees, edible vegetables and plants, and a changed climate. In the Torah various of our people […] Read more

Sep, 30, 2013

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Monday Book Nook: A People’s History of the United States: 1492 – Present, by Howard Zinn

A People’s History of the United States: 1492 – Present, by Howard Zinn. I talk a lot about dreaming being all-time. One of the ways this is so is that the principles of dreaming are ways of looking at all life, not just the images of our sleep. One of the principles is learning to […] Read more

Guest Blog: Miracles Happen by Madelyn Burke

Something I’m very excited about is the contributions of other dreamers as guest bloggers. The first was at the top of summer with author Carl Purdon. And now, with great honor, pleasure, and excitement I get to introduce everyone to Madelyn Burke. Here is her contribution. I find it quite inspiring, and I wonder from […] Read more

Sep, 27, 2013

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From Out of the Darkness Comes the Light

Hello Everyone! I’ve come out of my August Pause to turn onto the busy corner of fall where we leave the carefree vacations of summer for resumed working routines and renewed responsibilities. It’s a time when all of nature is occupied with harvesting, gathering, and shoring up their stores for winter. Fall is a rhythm […] Read more

MyShelf.com Book Review: Dream Your Self Into Being

“In fact, most of the book – divided into two parts, Experiencing Dreaming and Learning the Dream Language – is very much a personal project in which the author shares her opinions on dream sources, dream meanings, and dream language. She shares many of her own dreams in great detail, but does not offer the […] Read more

Aug, 01, 2013

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Taking a Pause

Developing the practice of Pausing is one of the most important ones of dream work. Pausing is the beginning of carving out space to receive a dream. When we runrunrunrunrun forward in our lives we reach only the destination of our expectations; when we Pause, choices appear. In the Pause, something new can bubble up. […] Read more

Jul, 31, 2013

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