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Dr. Thom Cavalli, Ph.D., author of Embodying Osiris: The Secrets of Alchemical Transformation, has written an article titled “Alchemy is Alive and Well” that appears in the newly launched online magazine Depth Insights, Volume 1, Fall 2011.
The article can be read via Scribd below.
Poet and writer Mary Ann Moore recently reviewed To Be and How to Be: Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre, by Peggy Rubin, on the Story Circle Book Reviews site!
An excerpt from this great review reads, “I have enjoyed and appreciated improvisation as well as acting workshops that include shamanic theatre practices, so I was anxious to read Peggy Rubin’s book, To Be and How to Be. The insight gained from my past experience helped my writing practice and I have found Rubin’s book wonderfully inspiring as well. I’m sure readers will be awakened to the possibilities of being stars in their own great play of life and create a home for the book on the ‘spiritual growth’ section of their book shelves.”
Originally published on March 5, 2011. Read the full review here.
To learn more about Peggy Rubin and her work in Sacred Theatre visit www.sacredtheatre.org.
Buy To Be and How to Be on Amazon!
The Living an Alchemical Life blog recently wrote an amazing review of Dr. Thom F. Cavalli’s new book Embodying Osiris: The Secrets of Alchemical Transformation.
An excerpt from the review reads,
“During this time of unrelenting change
and deep uncertainty, when we must –
more than ever before – take charge of
our life’s journey, Thom Cavalli’s book:
Embodying Osiris: The Secrets of
Alchemical Transformation is a light
that will help keep us on our chosen path.”
Excellent reviews are up on Spirituality & Practice of To Be and How To Be. Author Peggy Rubin’s book is and inspirational call to live life in the present and, using the powers of Sacred Theatre, to face conflict and bring fruitfullness to our lives.
Further review by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat state: “In this uplifting paperback, Rubin probes the sacred theatre of our lives as a spiritual path of transformation… [She] spices up the proceedings with illustrative materials from theatre and the rituals of different cultures.”
Peggy Rubin is the founding director of the Center for Sacred Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. She has been a Shakespearean actress, a workshop leader in the United States and abroad, and she is also the principal teaching associate in Jean Houston’s Mystery Schools and School for Social Artistry.
Visit Peggy Rubin at www.SacredTheatre.org.
Andrea R. Garrison, host of the popular heart-centered radio show Online with Andrea, has reviewed Peggy Rubin’s To Be and How to Be: Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre.
I am grateful to Peggy Rubin for living her life at center stage and taking the time to write this amazing book that is a great resource for me. Indeed the whole world is a stage and every single person collectively plays an integral part which is vital to the entire universe. I am sure that Peggy’s book will transcend time and will be a treasured resource for many in the future as well. To learn more about Peggy Rubin and her work in Sacred Theatre visit www.sacredtheatre.org and listen to the onlinewithandrea interview with Peggy Rubin.
—Andrea R. Garrison, host and producer of OnlineWithAndrea
Read the full review here on AllVoices.com
Buy To Be and How to Be here on Amazon!
The Magical Buffet, the ecclectic online ‘zine where “spirituality, politics and pop culture collide” poses its popular ’10 Questions’ interview to creative coach Peggy Rubin. Peggy is the author of our new release To Be and How to Be: Transforming Your Life through Sacred Theatre.
Could you outline for my readers the way their lives mirror theatre?
Perhaps it is more accurate to say that the theatre mirrors their lives, though since I am so focused on theatre and love it so deeply, one of my friends is fond of saying that for me, rather than theatre providing a metaphor for life, life provides a metaphor for theatre. People enact their lives as stories; they play many different characters in their own lives as well as in the lives of others; they perform on a stage (of the world); they have many different kinds of audiences; they do all this through vocal and physical expression (as actors do); they confront conflict; everything is alive and happening in this precious moment of now (exactly as in the theatre). —Peggy Nash Rubin, SarcredTheatre.org
Read Chapter 2 of To Be and How to Be
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Psychological Perspectives, the journal of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, has reviewed Robin Robertson’s Indra’s Net: Alchemy and Chaos Theory as Models for Transformation!
In this opus, Robertson embarks upon a fascinating explorational journey at the edge of modern chaos theory and psychology. As a trained physicist who studied chaos theory, I particularly liked this balanced and comprehensive presentation…Its core insight is that the ancient alchemcial path, the most recently discovered path of complexity in chaos theory, and the individuation path in the psyche of individuals all share the same template of transformation, “a template that underlies all other paths of spiritual transfomration”.
—Dr. Christophe Le Mouël,
Executive director of the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles
Mike Schwager, founder and editor-in-chief of Enrichment.com welcomes bestselling author Paul Quinn on the premier episode of The Enrichment Hour on Sedona Talk Radio! Paul discusses his book Tarot for Life: Reading the Cards for Everyday Guidance and growth.
This engaging conversation reveal the amazing symbolism behind universal archetypes such as The Fool and The Empress!
Sample Excerpts from Tarot For Life:
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When I was a child, I remember lying in a field with a friend on a summer day, and she asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up, and I said I wanted to unite religion and science…As I look back over my life, it’s clear that my job has been to find the sacred in the commonplace, because nothing in this world — nothing — exists outside of “As above, so below.” In other words, no object, either in nature or made by human hands, can exist without an archetypal process at its core. In my case, I start with below instead of above. And then I add: “As within, so without.”
–Alice O. Howell
Read this amazing interview here!