New York
There's a piano tucked into the corner like a baby in a bassinet. It's guarded by a pair of guitars. But these instruments play second fiddle to the incense. There is none burning, yet the living room is filled with the memory of its sweet, seductive scent.
Well, why wouldn't we? Just because we have learned certain things, doesn't mean that our growth cycles have stopped. That's
Cultivating, honoring, and connecting to those things that "make you come alive" will allow you to show up in this world as your most true and unique version of yourself.
As said in many 12-step recovery programs: "You can't give away what you don't have." This is true for any teacher, mentor, or healer. It is important that you honor your own self so you can share what you love as your most vibrant, glowing, full and radiant self.
The appointment came and I arrived at the facility, put my name down, and waited, waited, waited. I waited some more, punctuating
I've traveled to the remote South American town of Abadiânia, Brazil, with the belief that it is possible. I have arrived in this dusty, petite town, to pour my desperation into the man some arguably call the world's best healer.
Culture & Arts
When he opened at the Bryce Wolkowitz gallery here in New York, I was truly excited to meet him. His inaugural exhibit, dark matters, "attempts to visualize his 20 year exploration of dark matter and dark energy (scientifically hypothesized to compromise over 90% of the cosmos)."
it is only after we embrace ourselves that we can then embrace each other and build, brick-by-brick, a better foundation for the future.
When you are both patient and healer, remember to be patient and allow time -- time to listen and time to distance and, finally, time to heal.
Full disclosure: Lisa Jones and I are friends. We live in Boulder, where we admit to attending one yoga class together. Our