Marcus leads Don't you feel it too? at the San Jose Biennial--Friday, Sept 17, 5:30-7:30pmhttp://01sj.org/2010/attend/workshops/dont-you-feel-it-too-workshop/
Last 3 chances to experience Don't you feel it too? this season. We invite daring dancers and inner-life explorers. Unexpected freedom, purposeful self-embarrassment, and the practice of dancing our inner lives in public places. Everyone is welcome--artists and non-artists.
Thursday, Sept 16, 5:30-7:30pm. Meet at Peavey Plaza at 5:30pm.
Monday, Sept 20, 5:30-7:30pm. Meet at Peavey Plaza at 5:30pm.
FINALE: Thursday, Sept 23, 5:00-6:30pm. Meet at Peavey Plaza at 5:00pm.
Celebration Dinner-Evergreen Restaurant, 2424 Nicollet, 7pm, $10.
- Bring your portable music player, headphones, and your most beloved music on a playlist.
- Wear comfortable street-dancing shoes and clothes.
- Don't bring anything you can't put in your pocket so that you can dance freely. Leave stuff in your car or at home.
- More instructions are given before you dance. Free. Just show up.
SATURDAY MORNING SPIRITUALITY, ST. PAUL
Saturday 10am-12noon spirituality discussions. We spend quiet and thoughtful Saturday mornings together. We listen to recorded lectures and interviews, and discuss. No preparation is required. NEW LOCATION: MACALESTER COLLEGE. Check back for exact room.
Sept 25: Irish poet John O'Donahue on beauty as a defining aspect of God
Oct 2: Rheumatologist Esther Sternberg on stress, the body, and the mind
Oct 9: New York Times' David Brooks on emotions, the cognitive revolution, and public policy.
Oct 23: Buddhist nun Pema Chodron, Getting Unstuck: Breaking Your Habitual Patterns and Encountering Naked Reality (Part 1 of 3)
Oct 30: Buddhist nun Pema Chodron, Getting Unstuck: Breaking Your Habitual Patterns and Encountering Naked Reality (Part 2 of 3)
Nov 6: Buddhist nun Pema Chodron, Getting Unstuck: Breaking Your Habitual Patterns and Encountering Naked Reality (Part 3 of 3)
Nov 13: Depression and the human soul with Parker Palmer, Anita Barrows, and Andrew Solomon
Nov 20: Technology journalist David Kirkpatrick talks about The Facebook Effect
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