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Breathe Your Way Through

by Kammaleathahh Livingstone, LMBT NC #4044 Breathing is rich with meaning, integrated into everything we do, feel, and think. Multiple traditions tout it as the fundamental tool for quieting the mind, and keeping the body vital and vibrant. As many say: The Breathe – sits right on the point between voluntary and involuntary patterns of…

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Making Bread & Slowing Down

I made bread yesterday.   I shopped at my favorite grocery store, Deep Roots Market, and got the freshest ingredients.  I pushed and folded, then pushed and kneaded my afternoon away to produce a lovely, earthy, yet also heavenly golden delicious loaf. I slowed the day down.  I paused during each rising.  I stirred with my…

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Age of Anxiety

We as a society have survived many things.  In the recent past we survived the great depression, westward expansion, the cold era, the time of irrational exuberance, and now it would seem we are asked to survive the age of anxiety.  WE CAN DO THIS. When we feel anxious, it is because two simultaneous things…

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