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The Beat of Grandfather Drum

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The Beat of Grandfather Drum

by Tania Carriere
June 26, 2016

When fabric is torn, it is so hard to mend. Recently our Canadian people stood face to face with the haunting words of our Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. We, the colonizers of our country, have much to answer for. There is pain and shame in... Read more

The Freedom in Constraints

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The Freedom in Constraints

by Eric Alan
June 19, 2016

By some measures, the ideal feeling of freedom is the lightness and joy that comes from a lack of constraints. It’s a sensation of being almost beyond gravity, whether it be in love or creativity or democracy.    Still, I&rsquo... Read more

In The Midst of All the Bad

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In The Midst of All the Bad

by Lauri Gwilt
June 12, 2016

Intolerance. Guns. Hatred.  A few weeks ago a participant pulled me aside to share with me how timely the information in our session was for her and her healing process. Just weeks earlier she and her family had been hel... Read more

Appreciating Whatever I'm Given

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Appreciating Whatever I'm Given

by Eric Alan
May 22, 2016

I find many things, most of which were never lost. Oh, errant dollars and other scattered possessions appear at my feet on occasion; but mostly what I find is all that waits to be noticed. It might be the curl of a single leaf, or the way the morning light... Read more

Love Where You Live

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Love Where You Live

by Lauri Gwilt
May 15, 2016

Love where you live. Not a day goes by that I don’t hear someone express their gratitude, either in person or on social media, for where they live. A camera is never far from reach in these technological times, and thanks to social media... Read more