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Experiences From Love Heals Cancer’s Healing Circle Posted by Dimple Parmar, Apr 23 2019 Experiences from Love Heals Cancer’s Healing Circle of Caregivers in Gurugram, India: Healing circles are safe havens that help us step out of ordinary time into a safe and accepting environment in which we can explore our healing. With open minds, we work together to discover the best ways to remove obstacles to healing, alleviate suffering, and deepen our capacity to heal. With open hearts, we access our own inner guidance to understand where the greatest healing — in body, emotions, mind, and spirit — can occur. Read more about Healing Circles on the website — https://lovehealscancer.org/about-healing-circles Participants — Aviral, Dimple, Shyam, Rahul, Gautam(Left to Right) The theme of the circle was around the caregiving experiences of the participants and the challenges they faced during their journey. Ripples of the Circle: The group decided to talk piece to be a printed emoji sticker(😎) with a message “Be Happy Now” signifying a confident, cool and smiling attitude of the speaker. This sticker was given to ... Read Full Story

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Thank You Arun Dada For Your Fearlessness! Posted by Poonam Singh, Apr 22 2019 Last night I had the privilege and honor of attending a sweet gathering for local social change leaders in the house of Mahendra Uncle whose picture hung up above the fireplace, and whose daughter, Kala, honored by having all of us gather there to welcome Arun Dada - a beautiful man who wanted to protect animals and went to jail voluntary for 13 years as peaceful protest and was a peaceful warrior bringing peace to war-torn areas. Arun Dada- now 86 years- walked into the room with such love and peace that I felt a shift in my body- a calmness settling in me and a joy emerging in my heart. Nipun mentioned the song of the day he has that sometimes reverberates with him and I felt I could almost hear that song. I felt Mahendra Uncle's original intentions he had years ago to invite Arun Dada, and Arun ... Read Full Story

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Nuggets From Timothy Harrison's Call Posted by Rish Sanghvi, Apr 22 2019 Last Saturday, we had the privilege of hosting Awakin Call with Timothy Harrison. Timothy Harrison of Emory University's Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics currently serves as the associate director for Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT). Inspired by the works of His Holiness, the XIV Dalai Lama, the Center offers programs focusing on the interdisciplinary investigation and application of compassion in secular contexts. Tim oversees the teaching and research programs of CBCT. He teaches the program regularly at colleges of medicine, law, and spiritual health, and in the Atlanta Public Schools, and he guides the CBCT teacher certification. Tim also contributed to founding SEE Learning (Social Emotional and Ethical Learning), a framework for teaching compassion-based ethics in K-12 schools. A longtime practitioner of both lo jong and Zen meditation, he initially learned to meditate by stumbling into Kopan Monestary in Nepal after a hiking trip was cut short due to a ... Read Full Story

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Laddership News: Laddership News: Global Circles Posted by Jane Murray, Apr 21 2019 This month's 'Laddership Newsletter' was just posted online. This month we have stories from different parts of the world: Vietnam and Spain. Both describe so eloquently of the transformative power of circles, binding hearts, minds and hands in gentle ripples across borders, whether internal or physical.

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Nuggets From Timothy Harrison's Call Posted by Rish Sanghvi, Apr 20 2019 Last Saturday, we had the privilege of hosting Awakin Call with Timothy Harrison. Timothy Harrison of Emory University's Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics currently serves as the associate director for Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT). Inspired by the works of His Holiness, the XIV Dalai Lama, the Center offers programs focusing on the interdisciplinary investigation and application of compassion in secular contexts. Tim oversees the teaching and research programs of CBCT. He teaches the program regularly at colleges of medicine, law, and spiritual health, and in the Atlanta Public Schools, and he guides the CBCT teacher certification. Tim also contributed to founding SEE Learning (Social Emotional and Ethical Learning), a framework for teaching compassion-based ethics in K-12 schools. A longtime practitioner of both lo jong and Zen meditation, he initially learned to meditate by stumbling into Kopan Monestary in Nepal after a hiking trip was cut short due to a ... Read Full Story

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Lessons From Loss Posted by Jyoti , Apr 20 2019 The nature of life itself Is change. Learning to let go Is hard. Loss brings us The lesson to cherish Every moment.

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