Posted on 10.22.12 by Ba Luvmour
Unlike many Eastern philosophers, living self knowledge includes embracing the body. When I read a quote such as appeared on a recent Thich Nhat Hanh calendar that “I Am Not The body,” I hope he meant to say “I Am Not Only The Body.” Self includes body, obviously. It seems incredible Read More >
Posted on 10.18.12 by Ba Luvmour
Music lives in the space between the notes. If we don’t listen into that space we never hear the harmony, the subtle melding in which the richness emerges as our own inner knowing.
I have done this exercise with many: Standing in a field I point in a direction and ask what is seen. Most Read More >
Posted on 10.8.12 by Josette Luvmour
We do not stop playing because we grow old…
We grow old because we stop playing.
- George Bernard Shaw
While traveling recently, I had the pleasure of coming across the most enjoyable playgrounds for children both at schools and in public areas. These playgrounds were so simple yet wide Read More >
Posted on 10.1.12 by Ba Luvmour
Norway on $200/day? Pinch yourself, for you are dreaming.
$300/day? Maybe…if you stock up on the bountiful breakfast each hotel supplies. And then eat bread and tap water until the next day. Oh, and walking only.
An inexpensive way to get around? Next question... The rental car has a chip in Read More >
Posted on 9.26.12 by Amber Kara
One of my very favorite things to do on a Sunday is to listen to This American Life and do something crafty or cook or garden. Last Sunday I weeded my front garden path and listened to episode # 474: Back to School, you can listen here: Read More >
Posted on 9.24.12 by Ba Luvmour
When people speak of “doing service” they generally mean that they are attempting to help others or the environment. Service implies furthering spiritual and social justice goals. Many who do service think they are progress spiritually and improve Earth. In fact, they are doing neither, Read More >