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An Adventure in Power and Love

As I prepare to get out of here next week for a trip to a family reunion in in Manitoba, Canada, I have been thinking about the learning I value most from my work with the “House of I” this last month:

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“How would you play the game?”

“How would you play the game?”, came a question from one of the group members, not so much a challenge really, though he clearly wanted the facilitator to stop facilitating,  and share his own perspective! It was 10 pm,  the

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Snatch!

Bali – I was mugged! It was a set up with four people on two motor bikes. I had just turned off the main road onto the road that took me to the lodging I was sharing with Lyle. It

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Bali, sooth my soul

Letting go. Dropping down. Surrender. Bali is a place to recover your wa, chill the stress from your bones, reconnect with yourself and your humanity. The Balinese are open for you, if you can be present to them. This week

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Finding your own rythm

One of the great things about being here in Jackson Hole is making music. Lyle is our dauntless leader in this, patiently and energetically lifting even the most unpracticed, and perhaps even the least talented, to truly make music. We bang

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The Big Switch

Well, this is the first post on in the new location – That is, the Sail7Cs Blog has been moved from its old location at Blogger.com (www.sail7cs.blogspot.com) to its new location in WordPress right on my  website (www.sail7Cs.com/Wordpress/) My web

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Captains On Deck!

“There is something oddly familiar about this visage”, I thought, “but for the life of me, I cannot think what it is”. From the cockpit of Conversations, I was watching Captain M scooting across the anchorage in his dingy at

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Reflections

I can scarcely believe tomorrow is the last night aboard Conversations. I have been aboard since September 2014 in Turkey, and Irena since early October. Since leaving Marmaris, on Oct 4th, Irena, ourvarious crew and I have sailed over 13,000

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A boisterous arrival

Well, the next 24 hours, after the last post were the most rambunctious of the passage. The wind rose with the dawn to over 40 knots. We abandoned our plan to do a sightseeing tour through the islands because of

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Land Ho!

So close we can smell the pineapple!! After 30 days – we are now 24 hours away from Honolulu and have sighted land – Cress and I spotted Maui’s east coast lighthouse at 4:30 this morning (at Hana Bay!). And

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