From the monthly archives: August 2011

In difficult times such as these with environmental disaster of almost unprecedented scale and concern about friends and others in Japan at the forefront of our thoughts, it is not easy to feel the goodness in life. In an external crisis, our urge is often to listen and see the news and to share our [...]

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Monthly Guides are back!

In the words of Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie:

“I am so very excited to share with you the news of the return of the Celebrating the Rhythm of Life in Caring for Children through the Year materials.  The new format retains all of the elements you love with some expansion in a few areas. [...]

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Donuts for Breakfast

On August 4, 2011 By

Well…..sort of.

Kinda.

Not really.

Certainly not those sticky gluten laden greasy globs sold at gas stations. (That could be a fun tongue twister with the kids though!)

No, the donuts that I had this morning were Donut Peaches  – organic and fresh off the tree [...]

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When a child is born, he or she has quite a job to do.

In the past few decades we have lost sight of this task, but we must work to develop respect for it again: the job of growing into the physical body. Though not often recognized by experts, it takes roughly seven years [...]

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Attention, Affection, Approach and Allowance.

These are the four pillars of Intuitive Storytelling – and what do they all have in common?

The letter A. Alpha.

The sound of openness.

In Eurythmy – the art developed in collaboration [...]

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By DeAnna L’am

 Magic is the ability to change consciousness at will. As a mother of a nine-year-old girl, I am striving to teach her magic wherever possible.

The turning of the season is an excellent opportunity for using magic as a consciousness-shifting tool, and this past Spring Equinox was an exciting juncture for practicing [...]

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