The Hummingbird Retreat Centre
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... use as much of it as I can manage in my own teaching, as much, that is, as I can get away with, given the present institution of compulsory schooling. I think it works just as well for poor children as for rich ones.
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The secret is out: all of us, no exceptions, have qualities we won't let anyone see, including ourselves - our Shadow. If we face up to our dark side, our life can be energized. If not, there is the devil to pay. This is one of life's most urgent projects. - Larry Dossey
Beneath the social mask we wear every day, we have a hidden shadow side: an impulsive, wounded, sad, or isolated part that ...
A short connecting flight in Lima lands us in the jungle metropolis that is Iquitos. The largest city in the world not accessible by road, it's a quirky bustling place with a high percentage of motor-taxis all ready to offer you a ride at the merest hint of eye contact. Our hostel, Cristal Corazon is owned by a deeply spiritual woman who introduces herself only as 'Star'. Star is a 60 something American who after three husbands felt the spirits call her to Peru where she now lives her ...
... eager to show us their books and their work. We then went to see a friend of our tour guides. He said that he went fisihing early this morning and as he was packing away he saw a jaguar walk by. This guy had lived in the Amazon his whole life and had never seen one before, and that day it just walked straight past him! We went into his house and met his wife and daughter, he showed us his impressive catch of the day then pointed out he had a pet sloth! This was amazing for ...