Algonquin Park

Trust, Flow, Love, Be

August 11, 2017

By Hedy Minten, CCSS Circle Member ~ Surrender, photo by Hedy Minten In our Spirit Canoe, we sit, ready to embark. The river winds ahead.

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The Gifts of Nature : Japanese Forest Bathing

July 26, 2017

Refreshing our connection with Nature . . . Nature gives us many gifts, and sometimes we need to see them with a fresh mind. History

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Pillars of Light – Preparing our Vessels Part 3: Becoming Soft Like Water

July 26, 2017

By Jane Large (CCSS Circle Member) It is no wonder that water is universally loved and desired. Waters nourished us inside and out- it not

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The Light Within

July 20, 2017

By Nancy Yule, CCSS Circle Member My paddle slices into Her The Lady in the Lake is dark, beautiful, sleek and mysterious She whispers my

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Pillars of Light – Preparing our Vessel Part 2: Cracking Open, Not Broken

July 5, 2017

By Jane Large (CCSS Member) In Japan, Kintsukuroi, is the ancient art of mending broken or cracked pottery with gold or silver. In this tradition,

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Painting the Canvas: Exploring the life of Tom Thomson

June 27, 2017

At times, our history can seem unreachable. Today, when we see the past in photographs, the black and white images can feel unrelatable and washed

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Canoe in Algonquin Park, as Tom Thomson once did . . .

April 27, 2017

The Canoe. It’s a Canadian Icon. A symbol of exploration, adventure, nature connection. Canoeing Algonquin Park was the way Martha & Todd first found connection

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Song Burst Dreaming

February 24, 2017

By Maria Kornacki, CCSS Member “When I am doing the work within it always has a way of rippling out in the world more than

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Imagineers of a New Dream

February 24, 2017

By Martha Lucier, CCSS Founder (CCSS Wings of Light Truth Shield) Revealing the shield of our Truth as a circle community, we re-claim the value

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The Canoe (full movie)

February 17, 2017

The Canoe. It’s a Canadian Icon. A symbol of exploration, adventure, nature connection. Canoeing Algonquin Park was the way we first found connection to this

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