…you’ve got to watch this video of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a Harvard brain scientist, describe the experience of having a stroke. Listen to what she says about the left and right sides of the brain…and where the potential to become perceptive lies. You can read more at her web site.
Don’t forget that the organizational meeting of Listening to the Blues will be held Thursday evening, 7 May, at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Boulder from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the St. Paul room on the second floor of the Hall. If you plan to attend, please send me an email in advance; I’d like to [...]
Parenthood brings joy and wonder. But it also brings challenges and questions. Just when you feel like you understand some things about it, everything changes again. It’s not easy. Can you imagine listening to parenthood? What would you hear? If you took time to clarify your expectations of being a parent in the company of [...]
Our culture tells us that we shouldn’t feel low or blue, that we may be “sick” when we are sad, that we should “snap out of it.” Often, though, these feelings are natural and come in response to triggering events in our lives. Loss, illness, or bad news can cause us to become blue. We [...]
Listening to Uncertainty will meet today 2-3:30 p.m. at St. Aidan’s in Meeting Rooms A-B. If you haven’t contacted me before, just send an email or give me a call at 720.346.8420. And if you can’t contact me in advance, just come on anyway! The meeting will start with a short ritual of welcome and [...]