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Month: September 2013

Copper and Cobalt Raku

Here is proof of more good results with the copper and cobalt glaze I talked about a few posts ago. I’m not going to go so far as to call it bullet proof but it’s being fairly consistent in terms Read more…


Book Review: The Language of Yoga by Nicolai Bachman

If anything intimidated me about yoga before I began a regular practice, it was the Sanskrit. The language is beautiful to hear but if you look at it written out and romanized, it looks like huge lengths of unpronounceable words. Read more…


Knocking on the Sky – Finale

This is day four of the no-coffee experiment and the worst is pretty much behind me. It takes three days for just about anything to get out of your system. For instance, if you can get to day four without Read more…


Knocking on the Sky Part 2

Addiction sucks. I’m not sure this particular experience qualifies since I’ve had a much harder time giving up things like sugar and nicotine but it’s still a serious challenge to wade through the symptoms of withdrawal knowing that relief is Read more…


Knocking on the Sky

So I gave up coffee this week as part of a little experiment. The meditations have become deeper and more meaningful as an extension of the yoga practice but I’ve detected obstacles. I can sit and find a little cave Read more…


Project Update: Raku and Melomels

On Sunday, I discovered that I had an almost full tank of propane and that completely derailed my carefully constructed list of chores since I knew I had bisque sitting on a shelf just waiting for a new glaze recipe. So Read more…