Barefoot Doctor's Journal
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Zhang San Feng Asian Cultural Arts Festival
Saturday, April 7, Sunday, April 8, 2018
Elks Lodge 3690 Jason St. Englewood, CO
Opening Ceremony, Competitions Festival / Masters Demonstration. Lion Dance, poetry, music and the Asian healing arts.8:00 – 9:30 a.m 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. 3:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Same-Day Registration and Check-In Opening Ceremony Begins Daytime Qualifications and Competitions Festival / Masters Demonstration / Evening Show
SPECTATOR PRICING AND ATTENDANCE
$10 adult / $5 child (5yrs or older)
Everyone is welcome to attend the Daytime Qualifications and Competitions in order to support the competitors!
University of Denver Osher Life Long Learning Institute (OLLI) Program, Coming to Park Hill United Methodist Church
“The biggest problem in the world today is ignorance,
and the only cure for ignorance is education”!
Free Concert and Open House Sunday, February 25th 1:00-3:30 pm
at Park Hill UMC, 5209 Montview Blvd, Denver, CO 80207
An old saying from the tai-chi classics runs, Winning by fighting is the worst way; winning without fighting is better; winning hearts is best. We are currently living in the most peaceful, non-violent times in all of human history and almost nobody knows about it. Suffering from historical amnesia and media-driven myopia, most people today are certain that the world is going to hell in a hand-basket and that idea is utterly false. Every measurable indicator of violence has declined dramatically in the last few centuries and these declines have accelerated in the last fifty years.
Finding the Flame: From A Columbine Survivor’s Standpoint
Sometimes people believe that peace after trauma is not humanly possible. Trauma sticks with you like that mustard stain on your shirt that will never completely go away, no matter how many times you wash it. But the question is – why do they believe that? It is truly a matter of semantics. If there was a way to get rid of the pain, nightmares, PTSD triggers, and instead be happy – who wouldn’t take that leap? The problem becomes with how we define peace as individuals, and the effort it takes to achieve it. Most people don’t find peace because they don’t think they can since it is not a pill, a drink, or a magical elixir found elsewhere to numb their pain. It lies within the depth of their being, enveloped and suffocated by the emotions and reminders of their trauma. (more…)
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger!
Instead of trying to avoid stress in our lives, perhaps we should embrace it. We need to gain a sense of mastery over life and the stresses that go with being alive. We all must choose at some point to become the hero of our own life story or the victim. To embrace the stress in our lives and become the warrior instead of the worrier. Recent research is showing that believing that stress is harmful to your health may actually be harmful to your health. and that the old adage that “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” might actually be true.