Elders living the dream Part I: Imagine living in place by Tom deMers with Richard Sanderson One of the ways we imagine the future is living in a home that we own, one we’ve fully paid for. It doesn’t take a survey to...
The Crestone Eagle, September 2008: Mustang in Nepal—ancient trade route gives view into past...
by Eric Weiss I was studying a chapter in Sri Aurobindo’s The Life Divine in which he is asserting the existence of The Pure Being. This Pure Being is supposed to be the one, Absolute, Infinite, Free and Divine source of all...
The Crestone Eagle • May, 2019 The Crestone Threshold Singers Free May event introduces local...
The Crestone Eagle, July 2008: Thich Nhat Hanh returns to Vietnam article & photos by Larry Calloway Thich Nhat Hanh’s return to Vietnam in May for a retreat followed by a United Nations conference was a triumph for his...
published October 2019 Pema Chödrön Foundation grants property deed to Pema Chöling monastic...
by Gussie Fauntleroy As he was approaching adolescence, Eric Weiss began noticing that none of the adults around him were asking the questions that had been on his mind for years—about God and life and how it all works. When he...
published: August 2019 Sri Aurobindo Learning Center: Talking about evolution by Dr. Eric Weiss, MFT In recent discourse, there has been a two-fold attack on the idea of evolution. On the one hand, some Christian thinkers reject...
published: September 2019 Unconditional Love The cart before the horse by Ramloti Today a friend who has been using the principles of unconditional love emailed me saying: “Yesterday I read that the inability to tolerate an...
published: March 2015 by Gussie Fauntleroy On a bitterly cold morning as Michele Frazier Baldwin’s cremation was winding down, warmth still radiating from the pyre, Anna Louise Stewart noticed a friend of Michele’s young...
published March 2015 Sri Aurobindo Learning Center Passing into the world of soul “All there was...
published February 2015 Sri Aurobindo Learning Center One must be calm Between World War I and World War II, many children came to live in the ashram. A devotee who was five when she met the Mother said the children flocked...
published: November 2019 by Eric Weiss My health has not been good, and my vitality has gotten so low that I’ve gotten to wondering whether maintaining this life is worth the high effort and high costs involved keeping this body...
published: November 2019 Elders Living the Dream Part II: At home in Living Wisdom Village by Tom deMers with Richard Sanderson Living Wisdom Village, Elders Creating Community moves forward on many shoulders from the...
published: November 2019 Sustaining life on earth is our responsibility by Susan Fey. DSS Our next...
How to rest in peace before you die by Marcella Friel If you’re a member of one of the many spiritual communities here, or if you have an unaffiliated spiritual practice of your own, you no doubt have some sense about what...
by Dr. Eric Weiss email@example.com In our class last Sunday, we were discussing the problem of self-hatred. I think that most of us are, at least occasionally, plagued by that particular problem. I have been very much helped,...
The Crestone Eagle, January 2009: Crestonians on safari in beautiful Bhutan Story & photos by Bill Ellzey Mount Everest is distant through the plane window. Pinch me—the legendary Himalayas right out there—not a photo in an...
Teyuna offer workshops & healing Sept. 12-15
While several of the many spiritual centers at the foot of the sacred Sangres de Cristo Mountains in the Crestone/Baca area have been in place for more than 25 years, 2013 is the inaugural year for the Camino de Crestone. The great pilgrimages of the earth—in India, Japan, Spain and England—are now joined by the world’s first full inter-faith pilgrimage here in our tiny international village.
Amid gorgeous country, Crestone now can invite people from every state and all over the world to experience a full range of authentic “paths of return”—the great traditions aspiring to their original inspiration here in the San Luis Valley.
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