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The Mediocre Meditator: Her Second Lesson

Meditation has something to offer I decided after a workshop on meditation surprised me with a gift of extra energy, the kind protein bars promise but don't deliver. I talked about this in my second post for this series, you can go back and read it if you'd like. But one year passed, then another. I was busy raising children and earning a living.  Also, I was wary.

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Looking Forward to Residency and Expressive Arts

For me, a magical aspect of residency is getting ready: making airline reservations, planning the seminar I will teach, hearing from students about the artwork they will exhibit and present, and looking forward to conversations with students and faculty colleagues on campus.

Here is a “sneak preview” of the seminar I will lead this upcoming residency (April 5-12, 2013). This seminar combines two of my favorite activities, handwork and storytelling & folktales:

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Artwork and Reflection

by MA in Psychology student Cherie Crowningshield of Port Kent, N.Y.


When I was eleven I was intrigued by the thought of travel.  The idea that someone could get on a plane and before long be immersed in a new culture, and environment always fascinated me. 

When I reached high school I met my best friend, Minako Matsui.  She was a foreign exchange student from Japan who chose to leave the stability of her home to learn in the United States.  We soon became great friends, for we were both so interested in each other’s lives. 


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