Posts By: beth

It Wasn’t What I Was Expecting, But It Was Just What I Needed

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Editor’s Note: Jenn McKnight is one of our new interns who came two weeks ago to experience an Ananda Laurelwood internship. She’s the mother of four children, ages 3-16, and she wanted to have time to recharge and heal.  Be prepared to laugh out loud, chuckle inside, and weep with  gratitude and honor for the work we do… Read more »

Teacher Reviews and Testimonials for Jacob MacLeod

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I liked the yoga best. I found it most helpful to learn how to send healings to others as we finish our own spiritual ritual. The presenter was excellent. Colleen, F., Colusa, CA I found the meditation and yoga techniques most helpful to learn. I plan to continue doing these practices. The presenters had a… Read more »

Smiling In Simplicity: A Summer Spent Well

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By Landis Stewart, Summer Intern in Website, Marketing, and Outreach, 2015   Reflecting on my experience in the internship program at Laurelwood for the past two months I am filled with gratitude for the opportunities to live work and learn in the environment on campus here. Especially at such a transitional age, it is so incredibly… Read more »

Follow Self-Study with Action!

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Originally posted on www.writingandconsciousness.com Our Writing and Consciousness journaling classes are taught from a yogic perspective. Yoga is commonly understood to mean “union,” referring to oneness with the divine. We also know that man is made in the image of God, and therefore, divinity lies within each of us. The Indian scriptures define our inner… Read more »