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Looks like we've got extra heat in our Gaia Garden this summer 😎
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8/2/18
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Noticing the small details?
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If the rest of Buddhas in Action is anything like today, then we are in for one incredible retreat! Thank you Doug and Catherine Sensei for bringing this profound retreat to Clear Sky ❤️
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7/31/18
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Every year we see more native wildflowers return to Clear Sky as a result of our grasslands restoration work. It's a beautiful sight indeed!
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7/24/18
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"Bliss is present because there is no one trying to do anything. Be very clear about this: bliss arises when you no longer try to do anything." -Doug Duncan
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"Self-compassion engenders resilience; it empowers you to be nimble and flexible, and gives you the ability to identify problems, accept negative feedback from others, and change habits that no longer serve you."

https://www.mindful.org/four-self-care-habits-to-practice-at-work/
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Is your meditation practice irregular, or feeling a little stale? Perhaps one of these tips might get things moving. Comment below if you have any other ideas.

http://www.clearskycenter.org/four-ways-revitalize-meditation-practice/
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Our operations manager, Martin, is on a mini-sabbatical. That hasn't stopped him from contributing this week's blog post
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Our latest blog post, by Dean Nicholson.
Isn't it annoying when you're right, but somehow people still seem to want to argue with you...?
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"Change can happen at two levels; from the top down and from the bottom up. Top down may be an organization like Patagonia, and a bottom up would be you as an individual. When you develop your dharma training and serve through the practice of karma yoga, the chances are higher that you’ll then find – or better yet, create – employment that is based on these values." - Doug Duncan & Catherine Pawasarat
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