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"The Labyrinth" with Lauren Artress

We live much of our lives in a left-brain oriented world that values knowledge as power. But there’s another way to experience the world—from the reflective, emotionally embodied, intuitive, synchronistic, nonlinear, and integrative right brain.

In this teleseminar we explore the ancient practice of walking the labyrinth with Rev. Lauren Artress. As we walk we shift consciousness from our left brain to our right brain, and bring to the surface the deeply intuitive part of ourselves that offers wisdom rather than simply knowledge.

"Eating with Reverence" with Shannon Kring Buset

For centuries, the Balinese have offered up daily prayers for the entire life cycle of food, from the planting of the seed to the harvest, and from the preparation of the ingredients to the finished dish. The Maya have created each celebratory meal with the “holy trinity” of Mayan cuisine—maize, frijoles, and squash—each of which holds deep spiritual significance. The Keralites have focused their culinary energies on meeting the deeply personal physical, mental, and spiritual needs of those for whom they cook.

Living Deeply Practice: "Great Thanks" with Sequoyah Trueblood

Sequoyah Trueblood grew up on a self-sustaining farm, joined the Green Berets, taught Silva Mind Control and then worked extensively with Indian youth wilderness programs. He is of Choctaw/Cherokee/Chickasaw/German/English ancestry and is currently creating perma-culture programs.

Living Deeply Practices are short experiential audios guided by wonderful leaders from a range of wisdom traditions.

"Eating with Reverence" with Shannon Kring Buset (extended Q&A)

For centuries, the Balinese have offered up daily prayers for the entire life cycle of food, from the planting of the seed to the harvest, and from the preparation of the ingredients to the finished dish. The Maya have created each celebratory meal with the “holy trinity” of Mayan cuisine—maize, frijoles, and squash—each of which holds deep spiritual significance. The Keralites have focused their culinary energies on meeting the deeply personal physical, mental, and spiritual needs of those for whom they cook.

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