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The 4 Agreements

Lessons from The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz This week, we’re reading the best-selling book, “The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom.” Below is a
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Transform your anger

This week, we’re reading the book ‘Anger’ by Buddhist Monk Thich Nhat Hanh Hanh, who was famously nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by Dr.
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Harness your rage

This week’s newsletter is taken from our course and presents a cautionary tale against descending into rage; In the spirit of Dr. King’s ‘Beloved Community,’
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The Art of Surrendering

“Be water my friend.” In this week’s newsletter we’ll explore how surrendering to all the ups and downs of life represents the ultimate act of
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The Diamond in the rough

Seek The Diamond in the Rough  In this week’s newsletter, we’ll explore the meaning of Disney’s Aladdin and unpack the central theme of the film. While it’s easy to
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Moana of Motunui

“I am Moana of Motunui…You will board my boat, sail across the ocean, and restore the heart of Te Fiti.” With these words, the journey of
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The Circle of Life

In the Theory of Enchantment Course, we use The Lion King to teach students the principles of Stoicism, and help them learn how to understand
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Wakanda Forever

As fires rage and cities burn across America, we find ourselves at a crossroads. In the wake of the brutal murder of George Floyd by
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King Power

Revisiting Dr. Martin Luther King’s teachings on love and compassion in the wake of senseless violence and growing societal despair As Covid-19 continues unabated, certain parts
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The Power of Vulnerability

Revisiting Brené Brown’s groundbreaking Ted Talk  I try to watch Brené Brown’s Ted Talk, ‘The Power of Vulnerability,’ at least three times a year. If I ever need
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Revisiting Bob Marley

Revisiting the music of Marley in a time of anger & frustration. Chaos and uncertainty have a funny way of bringing out the worst in people
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