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Just dropped in for a visit. Think I’ll settle in on the window seat for a leisurely read if that’s OK. Thanks for the space here… beautiful ambiance!
Ahh. Nice. Thank you!
Thanks for the invitation. Lovely.
Oops, sorry, typo in the website. It’s me, a/k/aSunOnLeave, btw…
omg… thank you for this space…….it is so comfortable, so reassuring, so ‘what i’m going thru too and didn’t know how to put into words’…… love, opfello
All of the above! I’m loving your space, girls :o)
Thanks for the beautiful space….so fresh! Jane (Frangipani)
Thank you for this lovely, welcoming site. A home away from home! Refreshing and inspiring, too, and an opportunity to enter more deeply into some topics.
Thank you, Michaela and Angelika and all other contributors!
What an awesome site you guys have going! So many good gems. Thank you!
Thank you for all the discussion, and for working with the ideas of John Welwood. I’ve been catching up on his articles, really helpful to et another perspective. I must say I like his idea of the person, between the ego and the higher consciousness. Seems to me that much of our experience and our learning involves the person, who is slowly developing, with life experience, not only of suffering, but also of effort, daring,, and the enjoyment of beauty.
Geli is really the John Welwood expert. I am more keeping with Beethoven. But I like Welwoods clarity about conditioning. A great blend of Buddhist and Western psychology…
Visiting………the site.Not sure yet where to start.
Nice to see you both and get to know more about you…………………..and I.
Welcome to the Living Room, Damay….good to see you here !
Some very good reads today! thanks for the effort
Thank you so much for this place to BE and share!!
Love being here and you!!
Thank you for the invite!
I hope to write a little introduction-story later this evening.
Perfect – looking forward to it.
Thank you Raoef and it is nice to meet you…
Thank you so much for this website. I am running about from room to room soaking it all up, resisting the temptation to comment on everything.
I don’t have the foggiest idea why I was so resistant to this site initially. I guess I was waiting till it filled up with goodies. Pleasure delayer, that’s me.
Thank you, Maggie – please feel free to comment – it brings the posts alive !
Finally got around to really looking around here. Nice.
And I am with you – it is a delight to exchange with others. 🙂
Beautiful web site to read and just be. Will add to my favorites
I am pleasantly surprised…What a beautiful home! I’ll be popping in …
Welcome. Please do come for tea & a chat…
I love the addition of sound/song/voice.
This is a wonderful website…..really enjoyed the poems by Justme, and the article about ET. Thank you
What a beautiful invitation! I love to visit; I see my hole life is a visit. I recently started a blog myself and see how posting is one thing but listening, offering attention, is another more important aspect. Thank you for this warm welcome!
🙂 Welcome Klaus !
Love your blog. A wonderful place.
Wanted to thankyou for a great visit to day with Carolyn Myss and her discussion about the 3 fears.found it very enlightening. how do I make original contributions?
Hi Melissa. Thank you. I just added you to the list of authors. Looking forward to your contributions.
Michaela you are providing a very nice service here. Thank you.
Michaela…thank you for making this site…nice…
Very nice to meet you, I am only here for a brief moment but want to return. I am born happy and have no real plan either.
I always feel better after a visit and look forward to many more.
Feeling grateful for the couch, the arm chair. the window seat… Finding it really hard to get up these days… ❤
Have I mentioned how much I love, love, LOVE the Living Room? Thank-you so much!
I was looking up Rilke’s poem “You see I want a lot” for some teaching, and wandered into your lovely living room. So deeply soulful and feminine. I look forward to returning often!
You might be interested in my work…especially new focus on PrimeTime women, renewal, reinvention, and bringing their wild wisdom to the world. http://www.thewildfeminine.com
Many blessings to you.
Hi, I was wondering if I could be granted permission to use a photo from your page for a university club website I am running. I think it is absolutely beautiful and speaks to our mission.
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