One of the things that infuriates me, is that so far I have not seen one health care professional on national tv saying what to do other than wearing a mask and washing your hands. Truly, this becomes an undermining of my intellect and being. If people think that this is all it takes to... Continue Reading →
I couldn't resist sharing this song that has been in my head all day! Maybe it's because of the Full Moon ❤ https://youtu.be/LLSjUmtZZaA
Stress changes you-not only in the long-run and epigenetically; it changes you immediately in how you think and behave. It clouds your alignment, your clarity and strengths. It clouds your intuition; how you perceive the world, what you notice and allow in, what you deflect. It changes your everyday living. It changes who you are.
August was a memorable month on many fronts with the total solar eclipse visible only over the US being part of it, and at the time I commented on certain key points to bear in mind as we moved through the month. The effect of the solar eclipse may not be something tangible we can... Continue Reading →
This post is dedicated to a dear friend and the question, how do we deal with human tragedies? There is no easy answer and definitely we cannot find one in daily reality. There is a lot of conflict, misery and sadness in the world today. Yet at the same time there is great love, understanding... Continue Reading →
Happy August! There is a lot of conversation this month about the Solar Eclipse on August 21st which will be visible and traceable only over the United States. It's early in time to say how things will unfold however I would like to share a few initial thoughts: The opportune time period started on July... Continue Reading →
Sometimes there is no way for me to write in what I think of a reader-friendly way and that prevents me from posting all together. So my practice this month is about posting what I will, without trying to fit it within a specific frame. I trust it will make sense at the end as... Continue Reading →
I woke-up the other day with the phrase everyone says I love you in my head. It took me down the memory lane and further reflection: It was summer of 1996 in downtown Santa Monica on 3rd street, for the showing of Woody Allen's "Everyone says I love you." The movie had recently come out,... Continue Reading →