Erin: It’s messy to be a human interacting with other humans. Beautiful too, especially when we can wade through the mess and emerge with a deeper understanding of ourselves and each other. So tonight we’ll practice sitting with the uncomfortable parts of our experience, increasing our tolerance while maintaining compassionate boundaries.
James: At the CEC, we celebrate a plurality of practices. It is our hope that holding an attitude of non-judgement and sampling widely gives us the best chance of finding an approach that works. There is a cost, though, typical of our modern world. With so many options, how do we choose? Once we do, … Continued