I just wanna pull the covers over my head

“I just wanna pull the covers over my head and go back to sleep.” For years I have used this as a throw-away line. Last Friday I actually tried it
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Freedom is an act: John Lewis

It is nine months since we lost Elijah Cummings, and now John Lewis. I have a fantasy that these gentle yet fierce lions of the Civil Rights Movement are having a fine re-union, and, putting aside their well-earned rest, they are together doing what they are able to do now to help us bend the arc towards justice from where they are.
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An invitation to listen, and to hear

Feel free to read this on the fly: then set time to spend with yourself So the invitation this week is to listen, and to hear. At this point in
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Racism: changing this river’s course

Forces whose timing and movement we cannot fathom and must act on Across the globe, a virus we cannot see exerts its gravitational pull towards safety, protection, distancing, isolation. We
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White? Get acquainted with visceral awareness

I want to talk about what it means to be a white person “affected” by race Since we live in a universe that is based on relationships, we are continuously
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Interesting, if true: 3 useful words

Interesting, if true: three useful words when facing uncertainty, sorting truth from fiction Among the most useful 3 words I have practiced over the years I learned from my healing
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About Sara

Sara Eisenberg is a healer, herbalist, activist and elder. A life-long learner, Sara draws on her many years of questioning, practice, training, and experience as a guide, facilitator and educator in community, academic, and spiritually-based settings. She is the founder of A Life of Practice, her online home where she integrates her work in Nondual Kabbalistic Healing, Herbal Medicine and Radical Inquiry with A Life of Practice©. She meets with clients in her Baltimore office and online.