"HER AIM IS TRUE" Unlikely rock photographer Jini Dellaccio, a film by Karen Whitehead. This is an incredible kickstarter project to support and share Jini Dellaccio's legacy, an unlikely rock photographer, original glass ceiling shatterer, and pioneer who is a true inspiration to any woman who dares to try something different. Take a moment to... Continue Reading →
This is the first New Moon in the astrological year and contains a special blessing from Venus and Mars, as they all unite (conjuct) in Aries. This special touch, initiates energetically a new cycle of relating with oneself, with another and the world at large. Venus represents beauty, romance, our values, ideals, self-worth and self-respect. ... Continue Reading →
As this part of my journey circles, coming to a natural completion, I find myself reflecting on the lessons, desires and accomplishments of the past couple of years. In The Journey, David Whyte captures some of the symbology I have been working with the last few days; Above the mountains the geese turn into the... Continue Reading →
The signature of the day came from David Bowie and Queen/Fred Mercury's song, "Under Pressure". One of my all time favorites, heard it as the background in a preview trailer and realized it was embodying the energies of the day astrologically. The constraints of Saturn as he pushes you against a wall, under pressure, confronting... Continue Reading →
Uplifting music, color, nature, beauty to refresh our senses... The Aurora from TSO Photography on Vimeo.
The waves crushing remind me of you in the little time I spent being washed over by the presence of you.
“Enjoying Life” – By Liliane Mavridara It seems the day flies when you’re having fun that’s what my friends say those who live afar. Having fun it is; for when the human mind laughs, all is well for when the human heart connects, all is enhanced for when the human skin touches and feels, all... Continue Reading →
Last night during the New Author Celebration Call with Donna Kozik, I was asked what I would recommend to an aspiring author whose native language is not English. In hindsight, here are my thoughts: 1) Write, no matter what. When you get stalled for an english word, even phrase, use the one that comes to... Continue Reading →