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The Restorative Power of Recalling Who We Really Are

This weekend I attended my first overnight mindfulness meditation retreat and learned about some wonderful ways in which early Buddhist teachings overlap with restorative practices. For instance I learned from our teacher  (Santikaro of Liberation Park, WI) that the original … Continue reading

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The Fight Room

By Elaine Shpungin and Dominic Barter Originally published in Tikkun Magazine on January 10, 2012 In 1854, Dr. John Snow, an early epidemiological pioneer, interrupted a deadly epidemic of cholera by tracing the source of the “poison” in sewage-tainted water … Continue reading

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