Thoughts on Intuition…

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“Learning to trust your intuition is an art form, and like all other art forms, it takes practice to perfect.  You don’t learn to do it overnight.  You have to be willing to make “mistakes;” to try something and fail, and then try something different the next time; sometimes even to embarrass yourself or feel foolish.  Your intuition is always one-hundred percent correct, but it takes time to learn to hear it correctly.  If you are willing to risk acting on what you believe to be true, and risk making mistakes, you will learn very fast by paying attention to what works and what doesn’t work.  If you hold back out of fear of being wrong, learning to trust your intuition could take a lifetime.”

Shakti Gawain, “Living in the Light”
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Wooden Pegs

Every Dharma Desk comes with 4 pegs – but replacement pegs are available if needed. Made of solid birch, the...

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Handmade in Fernie, BC out of strong 10 oz. brown cotton duck with interfacing for further strength. A plastic...


Peg Bags

These are handmade cloth bags to hold the birch pegs of your Dharma Desk while transporting or storing the unit....