by Deb Shapiro & Kiri Westby: The vast majority of us will have no idea when, where, or with whom we will die.
Articles for Kiri Westby
By Kiri Westby: When I was arrested by the Chinese military for launching a historic Tibetan Freedom protest, I knew every trial and lesson had been worth it—even if it meant facing a life in prison.
by Kiri Westby: It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the news this week, to feel helpless against the suffering of forty-five million Ukrainians,
by Kiri Westby: Doing yoga with Francisco Kaiut is doing yoga from the inside out. In fact, to say the word “doing” is already too active, too aggressive, as it’s more of an un-doing.
by Kiri Wesby: Three recent examples we can all emulate.
Donna Quesada: And how do we balance our own individual awakening with the call for global action,
Donna Quesada: I remember one part in the book that struck me, you spoke to your fear… Oh, so this is what fear feels like.
Donna Quesada: I would like to talk more about what your practice is, and how those practices helped you in your situation.
Donna Quesada: Well, Kiri Westby, it is just a pleasure to have you here with us. On a personal note, I’ve been enjoying your book so much.
by Kiri Westby: I’m currently helping my nine-year-old daughter learn how to read and write.