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Katahdin – A Mountain of Love

I fell again.  The first time, I was curious.  Why would my leg buckle under my bodyweight like it did?  It was reasonable to expect, I guess.  I was physically exhausted.  My wife Lori and I had been hiking, scrambling over and around boulders, and rock climbing for over 12 hours.  We had been up the mountain and were now on our way back down.  We still had a mile or more to go… Read on…

2019-04-25 13.57.28Spring and Poetry

On my morning walk today I could “feel” Spring – a real visceral body sense of it. Spring has been a while coming this year here in the Berkshires in MA where I live.  But today there was no mistake. Read on…

 


Yoga as TransformationalYoga Therapy as Transformation

Here is an article that was recently published in Yoga Therapy Today, one of the IAYT publications for members. I attempt to take a balance approach and look through the lens of yoga therapy with a contemporary and broad based view. Read on…


september-01-2018-at-0710amResolutions can work – with a little Buddha wisdom applied

We often see resolutions as doing something “out there” (outside of ourselves) to create a happier life “in here” – (our inner state of being). Could the exact opposite of this process maybe get the result we want? Read on…


d6f96254e7ad3b75-photoLet’s fire it up…

Thanks for joining me! I’m Michael Lee, and I’ve been a resident of this planet for a little over seven decades. Here in my home country that means I’m old. In other countries, like Japan and Taiwan where I also teach, it means I’m wise and respected. Read on…