As you read over these blog posts, you’ll come upon the word ‘surrender’ now and then. Surrender typically means relinquishing power and control. That’s how we’re used to defining the word; surrender calls for us to admit defeat and throw in the towel. It can also feel like a form of public humiliation, or at least some private shame.Read More
Creativity knows no limits, no conditions, no rules. It is unconditional love in motion and it accepts all. It does not see black as black. It does not see white as white. It does not judge. It does not exclude. It is a grand embracement of all that we are. That’s why it feels so good when Creativity happens.Read More
While I was in Milan Italy not too long ago, I had the opportunity to observe Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”.
The painting was kept behind many air tight doors and only few people were allowed in the museum to see the masterpiece at any given time. In fact, you had to make a reservation months in advance to see it. I am not sure how we were able to get in that day, but in any sense I felt extremely grateful for the unique and unusual opportunity.Read More
The human dream is structured and restrictive. Our physical bodies are by nature restrictive. Being a part of a social group, with its many rules and accepted standards, limits us. Thinking and acting the way everyone else thinks and acts can be stifling. Yet we struggle to be happy within the margins of this human dream. We practice and we practice, until it seems we’re almost good at it.Read More
Isn’t it interesting that we are all so worried about getting old. We get shots and tucks, lifts and fills to make us look younger. We tan our skin, or stay out of the sun. We diet, color our hair, try any product that claims it will stop the signs of aging or smooth out all our lumps, bumps and “imperfections”.Read More