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Ghosts As Metaphor For Lack of Place: Sed Dickerson And What Haunts Us

“Part of being a ghost is having a lack of place, which extends far beyond the physical.” So says IMA student Sed Dickerson in an interview with fellow student Joanna Tebbs Young in The Magazine of Yoga. In looking at … Continue reading

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Truthseekers, Wake Up!: Eric Dalke & Recovering Our Knowledge

“For as long as he can remember, Eric Dalke has been trying to figure out why the voice floating inside his own skull has sounded far more knowledgeable and kind than the condescending sounds leaping out at him from the … Continue reading

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