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Toko-pa – Where is my vital edge?

http://toko-pa.com/2015/02/26/where-is-my-vital-edge/ Click on the link for Toko-pa’s lovely blog, and this post on walking the line of our ‘vital edge’:- ‘We are both compelled by our wild nature into new forms of living, while also aching for the stability and … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Gilbert on Ruin, the ‘bleak shroud of despair’ & actualizing Really interesting piece from Elizabeth Gilbert, drawing on her own experiences, about the potential for (painful) transformation through loss and destruction. You can read the whole piece on her … Continue reading

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