What do you know about the universal rhythms that deeply effect your life? The Moon just came closest to the Earth in 20 years, and today we celebrate the Spring Equinox when day and night are equal. The light is
To develop Cleu community, you need to be together in person– there is no virtual substitute. To learn more about why real people need each other, read Sherry Turkle’s latest, Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less
To develop Cleu community where you live, meet in circle once a week. Study the Cleu book. Read Christina Baldwin’s Calling the Circle, and download useful guides to the circle from Peer Spirit Circling. Take the time to meet face-to-face.
Here at CLEU, we like cyclic rhythms, such as daily, weekly, monthly, or annually. At this time of year, we make our annual pilgrimage to the Black Rock desert of Nevada. We all enjoy the excitement of reconnecting with family
Setting aside one day in seven is our way of tempering the effects of “civilization,” and reclaiming our humanity. We use this day to reflect on the miracle of our Existence and to be fully present. We forgo any obligations
Here’s where you’ll find clues to understanding and making Cleu Practices a part of your life. Use the links at the bottom of this post (or any post) to narrow your focus.