Here’s a quick update on what’s new at SpiritualTeachers.org and elsewhere.
For those of you who enjoyed The Hillbilly Sutra, there’s now a transcript available. It’s truly a classic, so it’s worth revisiting or listening to for the first time.
This coming Sunday, January 31, join me for a virtual poetry reading sponsored by SOMOS (Society of the Muse of the Southwest). Along with my coauthor, we’ll present a selection of visuals and poems from our book Hydroglyphics: Reflections on the Sacred. It’s free, starting at 4:00 pm Mountain time (5 CT, 6 ET, 3 PT). Visit the SOMOS page for more details.
The next TAT virtual event is February 6, 2021. In Thought, Word, and Deed is TAT’s first meeting of the year, and features a panel of teachers as well as breakout groups for participants to dive deeper into the topic. Normally, TAT’s first event is in April, so this is a nice mid-winter inspiration as well as an good introduction if you’ve never attended a TAT event.
A New Book
Been working with a friend to create an introduction and overview of Richard Rose’s methods and techniques of spiritual practice. A short book that jumps right to the core of his recommendations should be extremely useful. Hoping to publish within the next three months.
What I’m Pondering
“I can’t do real magic,” said Randi in the 1987 Fresh Air interview. “I think there’s more magic in the opening of a morning glory than anything I or any charlatans in history has ever done, is doing, or will ever do.” ~ James “The Amazing” Randi
Wishing you all the best,
How many words must I use
to tell you but one thing —
the empty page contains All.
Like this poem? Find more in Hydroglyphics: Reflections on the Sacred, my latest book from the TAT Press.