Monday, November 8, 2010

Awake in the Wild, a book by Mark Coleman

I am on hiatus for a month while in Mexico. The class continues meeting to meditate together and to read and discuss a book of their choice. From several options I gave them, they chose Mark Coleman’s Awake in the Wild. Since this is a book worthy of rereading, I plan to read it too. Possibly there might be some related posting, but no definite plans to do so.

Meanwhile, you might want to take this opportunity to read or reread posts on topics of specific interest to you. There are over 120 posts, and some may be from before you began reading this blog. You can see on the right side of the blog there are several ways to find something that calls to you.

I suggest reading one post before or after meditation as a daily inspiration to self-exploration and insight.

May you be well. May you be happy. May you be at ease. May you know peace.
Hasta luego!



  1. Hi Stephanie,
    I am writing to request permission to copy your wonderful paper "Emotions as Welcome Guests" for a course I am developing in Conflict Coaching.
    May I do so? I would appreciate a response as soon as possible - and hope you have enjoyed your time in Mexico and beyond.
    Best Regards
    Linda Dobson

  2. Hi Linda,
    I am pleased to have my 'Emotions as Welcome Guests' included in your paper.
    For those who are not familiar with it (as I wrote it back in the 1990's,) you'll find it on the website.


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