I learn so much from people at meetings. A month or so ago we were talking about intentions and a woman said she found the results of her intentions in her crisper bin. We all burst out laughing because we ALL know that drawer in the fridge – the one with exotic vegetables; celery root, […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Posts on the internet have been so positive and loving the past week or so, filled with images and quotes, videos and music all about gratitude. I have loved it. Certainly a vast improvement over the often acerbic comments during the election season. To remain in the positive I try to keep my comments and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Raising the Internet – in a Positive Way
I am just landing from my visit to Esalen where I attended the third Yoga, Meditation and Recovery Conference. While I was there relaxing in the hot tubs several of us gazed skyward to see a string of over 30 brown pelicans flying along the Bug Sur coast. They hugged the ragged cliffs adjusting and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Navigation and Finding Balance
I am driving down to beautiful Esalen today. I am going to the Yoga and Addiction Recovery – A Celebration of Healing conference. This will be my third year there and I am so looking forward to it. I got up early, setting clothes in piles and changing my mind (appearance being everything and nothing). […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Esalen Bound
The sequoias are mammoth trees, topping hundreds of feet in height with amazingly large trunks and suitably thick bark. The largest is 275 feet tall and over 2000 years old. What is surprising is their shallow root system – barely a yard deep. These trees have no tap root and rely on a wide spread […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Like the Giant Sequoias – we need each other
Ok – I am not SURE this is how is happened, but it sounds like me. About ten days ago I got it in my head to throw big pieces; a large bowl, plate or vase. I am a potter, so by this I mean that I was going to throw pots with greater than […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on My Ego is a Pain in the Neck!
“Transformation is my favorite game and in my experience, anger and frustration are the result of you not being authentic somewhere in your life or with someone in your life. Being fake about anything creates a block inside of you. Life can’t work for you if you don’t show up as you.” ― Jason Mraz […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Transformation and Music, Musical Transformation
I was going to write a piece today about the challenges I have been facing with failure. Then I saw a video from this year’s burning man and I am transformed. My son participates and works for this event each year. I am really proud of his dedication. I also know a little about how […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Creative Play and Hard Work – Burning Man 2012
I am featured in AlchemYoga today. I am stoked to be included with their work. I guess I am a writer! Hop on over and check it out! You can click here to read it. AlchemYoga has a lot of interesting entries so plan to spend a few minutes and check it out!. Kyczy Hawk E-RYT200 […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Five Important Benefits….