Through His Eyes: An Interview with My Beloved & His Best Friend

I’m feeling really quiet these days. Taking afternoon naps, doing a fall cleanse, walking in the mountains, and preparing to welcome the first women to be certified to teach this work here in Boulder for our final weekend intensive next Thursday.

So I don’t fall too far off the radar, I want to share with you today the voices of two men– my fiance, Keith Martin-Smith (award winning author, Zen priest, and Kung Fu master) and one of his best friends, Casey Capshaw (Executive Director of the Authentic Man Program).

Keith and Casey have been in the same men’s group here in Boulder for the past several years. Last month in the Red Tent, as part of diving into the self-study of our own inner masculine presence, Keith and Casey joined us for a special interview to talk about “men’s work” vs. “women’s work,” and how they can intermingle and support one another.

The conversation was so potent and eye-opening for the women in the Tent that I felt it would be beneficial to share it with our larger sisterhood.
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Spark the Feminine Superpower within Your Cycles (bonus gifts & registration expire tomorrow!)

For 12 more hours, registration is open for Reversing Our “Curse”: a deeply supportive program which guides you into a new relationship with your feminine cycles.

Curious if this program might be helpful for you?
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Overwhelmed, tired, or depressed? A shortcut to the root of it.

Overwhelmed



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Modern living has one tempo only– fast.

We’re expected to exert ourselves in the same way, at the same time, five days a week and to take rest only on weekends and holidays.

This rhythm is in fact not a rhythm at all. It’s a monotone– that is, until you crash.
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Celebrate the Equinox with a Live, No-Cost Video Retreat! A Meditation Practice for Your Cycles.

Happy equinox! Here in the Northern Hemisphere we’re welcoming the first day of fall. While it’s my favorite time of year (it’s my birthday season, after all :), it can also be a hard season.

As the days shorten, it’s a natural impulse to turn within and get a little (or, in my case, usually a lot!) contemplative.

In response to the waning light, we’re slowing down. We’re eating and sleeping more. Challenging emotions like sadness, depression, fear, or even grief can arise with more vigor.
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The crone is back. And She’s not just for our Golden Years.

the crone is back

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It’s she who doesn’t give a rat’s ass about what anyone thinks of her.It’s she who says what she means and means what she says.
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