This is one you won’t want to miss: Maria and I will be teaching “Tai Chi Alchemy: Get Out of Your Head and Into the Game,” at Kripalu Yoga in Lenox, MA, March 18-20. Kripalu has been hosting extraordinary programs for the past 40 years, and (the catalog says) is “the largest and most established retreat center for yoga, health, and holistic living in North America.” This is a rare opportunity to get an adult dose of what we’ve been cooking up for the past 35 years (it’s still simmering on the stove). Lately, we’ve been refining the process to make… Read More
finding You in a world of It
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In the Information Age, everyone is an “It”: an abstraction. Every thing and every one is objectified and converted into information to be quantified, labeled, organized, processed, and used. But we are not victims.
Finding You in a World of It provides a detailed map to get you out of your head and fully into the game. This practice is a powerful means to move from idea to action in the most effective way, helping you to:
-Overcome fear and anxiety
-Calm and clear your mind with "Instant Meditation"
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-Feel truly and exuberantly ALIVE!
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This is some life-changing stuff, and it applies to everything. Rick Barrett breaks it down...so effortless and simple as to appear magical. This is the truth, and the truth shall set you free.
--Popa Chubby, "King of the New York Blues"
Joy! Pure joy! Rick has a way of explaining complex truths in a seductively hysterically funny way. You can’t help but understand him—whatever your preconceived notions. A beautiful “get out of (mental) jail free card.”
--Dr. Renee Rhodes, Sculptor & Clinical Psychologist
I've found this book easy to connect with and read. Barrett has done a wonderful job of explaining what could be complicated concepts in everyday terms. I start each day reading a chapter. There are exercises that help me incorporate the concepts in my life the way I need them. This is an invaluable book for anyone looking to find their authentic self.
--Linda Addison, Writer, Poet, and Four-Time Bram Stoker Award Winner
Happy New Year! I hope you have been enjoying the holidays and that they have been filled with Love and Light. We had a full house for Christmas for the the first time in a few years, and we had a blast. My granddaughter, Kiara, is seven now and she wanted the NYC tour. We didn’t do it all, but she got an adult dose of the Big Apple. The weather was crazy warm (mid-70s one day) and that brought some unexpected guests–mosquitos! I’m serious. Mosquitos at Christmas! Lots of them. (One persons suggested that they were imported with the… Read More
Nunc fluens facit tempus, nunc stans facit aeternitatum. (The now that passes produces time, the now that remains produces eternity.) ― Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy It is easy to get caught up in the idea that time is a commodity (“Time is money”) or this crushing monolithic entity that inexorably devours our lives (“For our allotted time is the passing of a shadow, and there is no return from our death, because it is sealed up and no one turns back.” Book of Wisdom) Others blithely dismiss it with, “Time is an illusion,” as they check their smartphones to… Read More
Two things happened last week that I’d like to share: Interview on Creative Consciousness Radio with Sam and Cabrini Greco, and overtone chanting at a poetry reading at the “Gaia’s Lament: Art Cry!” in New London, CT. First the interview. I was contacted by Sam and Cabrini to go on their web-based program and we did it live last Tuesday (Bastille Day! “Liberte. Eagalite. Fraternite.”) It was an honor as well as a real joy. Sam and Cabrini are on a mission to give voice to those on a spiritual path who are working to make a difference in people’s… Read More
Dr. Renee Rhodes, clinical psychologist/ sculptor extraordinaire, sent the following email to me in response to the recent posts about the SCS Conference at Yale: Great Blog. Tells the story nicely, but hard to capture the shift in the room… That shift I felt within my being of everyone in the room becoming still… out of their heads and into the phenomenologically Felt Sense of embodiment and experience. They got what you were saying about experiencing the self and other. You did with the room what you were teaching!!!!!!! It was brilliant and hard to describe. You had to… Read More