Naked Yoga for Men at the Awaken Studio Toronto New Season opening September 21. 6 classes every week until December 11 Registration and Information: Tuesday at 6:30 and 8:00 pm September 21 to December 7 https://www.phillipcoupal.ca/naked-yoga-for-men-tuesday... Thursday at 7:00 and 8:30 pm September 23 to December 9 https://www.phillipcoupal.ca/naked-yoga-for-men-thursday... Saturday at 10:00 am and Noon September 25 to December 11 https://www.phillipcoupal.ca/naked-yoga-fo
Queer Heart Explores Cinema. As a group we come together to watch queer movies. In this cinematic world we can see the releftion of our selves in the world of queer film makers. Our movie on Friday July 2 we will gather to watch: Green Butterflies 2017 ‘Mariposas Verdes’ Directed by Gustavo Nieto Roa Columbia Spanish with English Subtitles Synopsis
Mateo is an intelligent boy who falls in love with Daniel, but when everyone reveals that relationship, Mateo is at a crossroads,
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First day of summer 2021 preparing and working to re-open.
First day of autumn 2021 beginning the first series of classes.
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My view into the world and my soul.
May JOY be with you!
Practicing, kindness, compassion, and grace.
Someone asked me the other day about my response to a photo of a Lady Slipper flower. He had taken this photo on his forest walk. I was immediately transformed to my childhood and the magic I found in the forest. I grew up in central British Columbia. This place is in the western part of Canada, inland from the ocean and up high on a plateau between mountain ranges. I grew up outside of a small town and there was lots of untouched land all around. In the winter we would wait
The Cure We think we get over things.
We don’t get over things.
Or say, we get over the measles
but not a broken heart.
We need to make that distinction.
The things that become part of our experience
never become less a part of our experience.
How can I say it?
The way to “get over” a life is to die.
Short of that, you move with it,
let the pain be pain,
not in the hope that it will vanish
but in the faith that it will fit in,
find its place in the shape of thing