Category Archives: Right Livelihood

Good Facilitating is not Teaching, by Joanna Tebbs Young

“I am not here to teach you anything.” Expressions of confusion flicker across the faces of those circled around me. Wasn’t the very reason they signed up for this workshop to learn something?I continue: “I am here to show you how … Continue reading

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Creating Safe and Sacred Space

by Joanna Tebbs Young It was a new writing workshop, just a few weeks old. Three people had been coming from the beginning, a fourth had joined this particular day. She — I’ll call her Shandell — was nervous; letting … Continue reading

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TLA Talks #3: Vanessa Fisher

By Miriam Gabriel             Critique. Not the most comfortable of things to do, or to receive. Glorified as the prime tool of social liberation, demonized as the thickest veil of spiritual enlightenment, cited as a … Continue reading

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TLA Talks #2: William Copeland

By Miriam Gabriel                         I don't prefer to gamble as a method of inquiry, but there is one guess I can safely bet on. I bet that most people I … Continue reading

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Beginning the TLA Talks Series: Chris Dierkes

By Miriam Gabriel November and December: months of hibernation (we wish!), taking stock (while pressured to overspend!), and sound reflection… if only holiday traffic didn't take up so much free time. I grew up at the intersection of three major … Continue reading

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