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“Abu Yazid made his periodic journey to purchase supplies at the bazaar in the city of Hamadhan–a distance of several hundred miles. When he returned home, he discovered a colony of ants in the cardamon seeds. He carefully packed up the seeds again and walked back across the desert to the merchant from whom he [...]
do a little dance…post a little blog…get down tonight…get down tonight! Top Stories Calling all bloggers! Just posted the secondt Blog Carnival on Engaged Spirituality–Engaging Resistance. Hope you enjoy it! The 3rd edition of this Carnival will be on the topic of engaging our FEAR in the service of spiritual development. If you’re a blogger [...]
I had this experience on Sunday February 3rd. I took it to my dream circle on Monday the 4th, as a ‘waking dream’ and that group of wise women very graciously helped me begin to unpack it. I’m at my house, getting ready to try to remove the foot of snow from my stoop and [...]
Trekking in India and Nepal with Bill Wilson from Montrose, CO Bill is an accomplished potter and a soulful spiritual seeker. We met while both in service for hospice, and fell into spiritual friendship…Bill’s been a spiritual mentor and mirror for me for 12 years. It was an honor being a (virtual) part of his [...]
New Wikizine: “Engaged Spirituality” on Zimbio…logo by artist and healer Barb Largent, blogs by Virtual Tea House writers! Other authors who have posted articles that fit with the themes of the VTH will have their articles and blogs on the same ‘zine’…pretty cool…check it out andlet me know what you think…either here on the VTH, [...]
“I HAVE a little spiel I like to give about thread,” Natalie Chanin said the other day. “The ladies laugh at me and call it my Oprah moment, but here’s how it goes: It’s called loving your thread, and it’s all about talking to the thread, coaxing it to take the path of least resistance. [...]