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Sat Jun 09, 2018 5:10 am
Forum: Entrepreneurial Success and Failure
Topic: Michael Erlewine: History of Work (2008)
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Michael Erlewine: History of Work (2008)

Here are a couple of links of things I have done, just to be preserved as a record.

Michael 2008 Resume

http://traffic.libsyn.com/spiritgrooves ... Resume.pdf

http://spiritgrooves.libsyn.com/michael ... ry-of-work
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Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:49 pm
Forum: Articles on Music and the Prime Movers Blues Band
Topic: GROOVE AND BLUES IN JAZZ
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GROOVE AND BLUES IN JAZZ

Groove and Blues in Jazz by Michael Erlewine (Michael@Erlewine.net) Music is good for the soul. It is one of the best medicines that I know of and the better the music, the better I feel. Hearing the good stuff makes all the difference. And that is what this article is all about -- how to locate the...
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Sun Dec 03, 2017 8:14 am
Forum: The Loss of Substance
Topic: THE LOSS OF SUBSTANCE: CIGARETTES
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Views: 781

THE LOSS OF SUBSTANCE: CIGARETTES

I am a slow learner when it comes to giving up what is bad for me, slow beyond reason, probably the last of the last when forced to give up a bad habit. I don’t do it voluntarily and I don’t do it rationally. I give up what is bad for me only when faced with no alternative, like knocking on death’s ...
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Sun Dec 03, 2017 2:28 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: Free e-Book on Resistance Tong-Len
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Views: 1896

Free e-Book on Resistance Tong-Len

Here is a series of short articles on Resistance training for those interested.

The Dharma of Resistance

http://spiritgrooves.net/pdf/e-books/TH ... STANCE.pdf
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:13 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: SUMMARY: REALIZING RESISTANCE
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Views: 329

SUMMARY: REALIZING RESISTANCE

How should I put this next thought? I don’t want to be overbearing, but at the same time, what’s the point of communicating without actually communicating? I’ve been pointing out the concept of “resistance” and the fact that for most of us this is some deep-down stuff that we may not even be aware o...
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:12 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: UNKNOTTING THE CORD OF THE MIND
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Views: 330

UNKNOTTING THE CORD OF THE MIND

We each bump up against our resistances all the time. They are like a bad clutch, but most of you reading this have probably never driven a car with a clutch. At every turn, we find ourselves resisting this or resisting that. We may even translate our resistances into “I don’t like this” and “I don’...
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:11 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: DHARMA’S ENERGY STOREHOUSES: REACTIONS AND RESISTANCE
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DHARMA’S ENERGY STOREHOUSES: REACTIONS AND RESISTANCE

IMO, deeper than our day-to-day involuntary reactions to life is our stubborn resistance to things. Often we are not even aware of our own resistance because we are too busy resisting. And while it’s not difficult to become aware of our knee-jerk reactions and learn to tone them back, it is much har...
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:09 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: THE DHARMA OF WORKING OUT A FUNK
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Views: 331

THE DHARMA OF WORKING OUT A FUNK

This blog is about what we can do when we find ourselves in a funk, not feeling like ourselves. What are the most practical means to get “unstuck” when our life progress seems to come to a standstill and nothing seems to be happening for us? It can be a hopeless feeling. And I apologize if what is b...
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Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:08 am
Forum: Resistance Tong-Len
Topic: DHARMA FOR WHEN WE GET STUCK (PART 2)
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Views: 328

DHARMA FOR WHEN WE GET STUCK (PART 2)

This idea of “getting stuck” in the mud of our life that I brought up yesterday has broad implications, especially if you want to learn how to deal with it. To me, in a sense, it is the essence of what I have learned from the Tibetan and Zen Buddhists, to work in the moment with what is, whatever th...

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