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Dancing with Our Light and Our Shadow

It’s often easy to be at peace with notions of oneness when we consider the sunnier side of life and look at people in whom we can see our own goodness. But when it comes to those who are animating their shadows a bit more, like perpetrators and even some victims, our minds can go into automatic shut down and we reaffirm our separation. Read More

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The Dhamma Brothers by Jenny Phillips

It was an honor to be a guest on “A Call To Consciousness” on September 11th. The story of the Dhamma Brothers, prisoners in a maximum-security prison in Alabama… Read More

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September 11, 2011
A Conversation with Jenny Phillips

The Dhamma Brothers explores the impact that a life-changing retreat had on a group of inmates at the highest level maximum-security state prison in Alabama. The 38 participants in the first-ever intensive, silent 10-day program inside the walls of a corrections facility-many serving life sentences without parole… Read More

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