Tag Archives: The Magazine of Yoga

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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Mythopoetics & Identity: Bridgette P. LaVictoire

“At Goddard, I’ve been allowed to explore what I enjoy and love doing.  I have ended up going into mythopoetics, which is the study of myths and their recreation and reinterpretation.” — Bridgette P. LaVictoire In Bridgette’s interview with fellow … Continue reading

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Wisdom Within & Writing: Joanna Tebbs Young

“When I began running workshops I knew this was what I was meant to be doing. I love working with others; showing how powerful deep, personal writing can be. To watch someone’s reaction when they suddenly realize or ‘get’ something … Continue reading

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A Transdisciplinary Look at the Oracle and the Architect: Tiffany Beard

“Movies, songs, dances, and the like have all been used to send important messages. Artists have the difficult honor of performing checks and balances regarding the system in which they exist. Art is also a means to celebrate unity, even … Continue reading

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Embodiment Studies: Being a Body

One of the emerging fields of study in the world is right at home in Goddard’s IMA Program. Embodiment Studies within the IMA program investigates the experience and implications of “being a body” is the brainchild of faculty member Ellie … Continue reading

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An Interview with Ruth Farmer

IMA director Ruth Farmer is featured in an interview with Susan Moul, IMA graduate and co-founder of The Magazine of Yoga. Come visit the site and read Part 1 of the interview here. Ruth tells us of IMA students, “Those … Continue reading

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