“The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” — Carl Jung, psychiatrist & natural scientist
Archives for January 2011
Belafonte has spent decades helping to lead reform movements around the world… His accumulated wisdom brings invaluable context to the ups and downs of electoral politics. Most importantly, Belafonte stresses…our concern must be with building a people-driven movement for justice, to which any elected official must respond.
Brene Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work who “studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research…”
“Vitamin D deficiencies—especially in African-Americans and people with darker skin tones—could raise the risk for developing conditions that include cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, according to several new studies.”
Mind Training and Xformation (MTX) is a free weekly series of short training slogans: essential instructions for rolling up your sleeves and engaging your life as if you mean it. (You can think of them as proverbs on steroids.)
I propose one single resolution that we can take on right now: A resolution for revolution. I propose that we put our efforts into forming a new state. A state of union. I propose that we become a single movement of movements. I propose that we become one.
The newDharma Community held a New Year’s Eve Release Ceremony and Meditation to bid farewell to 2010 and usher in 2011. Twenty-five folks from the Bay and beyond gathered at CXC and set their intentions to release what was no longer needed and to manifest what was to come.
Thirteen people from around the country recently completed the winter 2010 Practice Period. Participants worked with many rich intentions to shift challenging relationships and perspectives to help find more space, self-awareness, and presence every day.