Tweets of the Weeks
- I assume capacity to act. To get busy. To go fast. To get things done. To be smart. All qualities of doing. An… (cont) http://deck.ly/~llnfU
- When energy is brought into form, it becomes accessible. Writing does that. For the energy, the form, and the process of touching energy.
- Learning that, for me, writing is a practice of letting consciousness flow through me so that I can occasionally express it in words.
- Berkana’s Bob Stilger: “decision happening” rather than “decision making.” Uses collective discernment, inquiry rather than driving quickly.
- Friend Chris Corrigan on emergence: when everybody leaves from the party with something that nobody came with.
- Simple bits of encouragement on meditation forwarded from my friend Christy Lee-Engle: http://bit.ly/kkku2D
- http://yfrog.com/kk8tmrj That’s my son Elijah. A walk tonight in the neighborhood to feed carrots to the horses.
- RT @acuginotti: When we learn that knowing models are not enough to succeed, we have less copyright madness and more collaborative action.
- At Four Winds energy medicine school. Fire ceremony, bands of protection, and other practices in deep levels of hosting.
- Fireflies and sheet lightening tonight in Stockbridge, MA. Nice for a walk after more at 4 Winds energy medicine school.
- At the Stockbridge Bowl, last evening before completing at 4 Winds. http://yfrog.com/hslnndcxj
- What is possible in working with light, developing a relationship with light? Learning illumination practices as healing energy.
- Delighted to welcome Yuya-san and Katsu-san tonight to our Lindon home. Catching up on Japan stories, ALIA, and more.
- Some important work from my friend Margaret Wheatley on comfort with uncertainty. Times are changing. http://bit.ly/pfheUk
- Life as practice. Not role-playing. As being in process of learning, improving. As imprinting. As gaining cellular memory.
- Two upcoming AoH trainings. Early bird registration now. Saskatchewan: http://bit.ly/onlybj. Bowen Island: http://bit.ly/nit7Bz
- Lovely from Judith Blackstone: It is through inward contact with our own organism that we become capable of true contact with other people.
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