These are interesting times to be alive and they require nothing less of us than our deepest courage, creative imagination, and steadfast engagement. How can we let the wisdom of ancient spiritual truths guide our everyday modern lives? And what might it mean for each of us to show up to the full possibility and challenge of our own unique life?
Using the depths of spiritual teaching and the ordinary events of daily living, this site explores what it means to show up more fully to our life.
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