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Film Festival

  • Carl Jung - Matter of Heart
    1986 documentary that distills the heart of Jung's work, and for me, the foundation of coaching
  • Between the Folds
    Documentary by Vanessa Gould on origami as the intersection of art and science and the astonishing state of the art of origami. Fantastic!
  • The Legend of Bagger Vance
    The Legend of Bagger Vance reveals how how to live a truly authentic life (and play great "golf" - whatever your form of "golf" is).
    Nic Askew makes films. Short, black and white films that reveal who a person is. Subscribe to get a new film every Monday at 9 a.m. to focus your attention on what really matters.
  • Shall We Dansu?
    This 1996 film contrasts the boldness of social dance with the buttoned-up societal mores of Japan, where people avoid public displays of emotion. A quiet triumph.

Places and Spaces

  • President Lincoln's Cottage
    Just a few miles north of the Capitol, the Lincoln Cottage is run by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Voices fill the rooms, not furniture. Take the tour with Curtis, if possible, and find hope for where we live, who we are, and what we need to do next.
  • Open Spaces Sacred Places
    A regional foundation supports healing places, labyrinths, and open space designed for reflection in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
  • DC Area Labyrinths
    Brookside Gardens. Georgetown Waterfront Park. The roof of the American Psychological Association. All feature public labyrinths. Placekeepers.net offers a local guide.
  • Glen Echo Park
    Formerly an amusement park, Glen Echo Park has been a National Park since 1971. Each year, the Park brings more than 400,000 people together to renew their creative spirit through arts classes, festivals, exhibitions, dances, children’s theater, music performances, nature programs, and more.

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Italia 2012

  • Arreverdici Roma
    Our annual retreat to La Selva in the Crete SIenese--the most beautiful place on earth. Ahhhhhh. Day trips to Urbino, Siena, Firenze, and Montecchielo. Cool and rainy, sunny and warm. Primavera.

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Freedom The Corrections Red Bones Blue Lightning White Nights The Power of Positive Deviance: How Unlikely Innovators Solve the World's Toughest Problems

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