When I make dinner I listen to music, while dancing and singing (loudly). In fact, not long ago I was especially into a song, and mid-chorus saw a lady walking by outside give me an "are you possessed?" look. Whether you can carry a tune or not, there's something powerful and healing about singing at the … Continue reading Sing at the Top of Your Lungs!
Crying Our Way to Life
I taught 3 classes in a row where someone cried at the end. What a gift and inspiration!!! You see yoga is a practice of becoming more human and alive, and tears are a sacred and important part of what it means to be fully human. FAR from the cultural conditioning that says waterworks are weakness and … Continue reading Crying Our Way to Life
Meditation on the Lovingkindness Revolution!
I had big plans for this year! Exciting things that have been brewing for a while, like getting my book about my accident and the life-giving centrality of Love when it comes to life, relationships, and God published, as well as becoming a life coach. 6 months in, though, I've made like 1% progress on … Continue reading Meditation on the Lovingkindness Revolution!
The Gift of Grief (aka “Good Grief”): Let’s Talk About Death Part 3
Our stories contain endless depths to explore and lessons to learn. For instance, I just realized a powerful new life lesson from two of the worst moments in my life. I distinctly remember sitting on a plane 13 years ago and experiencing by far the worst turbulence I’ve ever felt (and I’ve flown several hundred … Continue reading The Gift of Grief (aka “Good Grief”): Let’s Talk About Death Part 3
My Resolution to Cry More, The Link Between Tears and Porn, and Shifting from Objectification to Subject-Relation
Even though it’s not New Years or anything, the other day I made a resolution: Cry More. I resolve to cry more. While society teaches us (especially men) to NEVER weep, a couple of years ago yoga teacher and friend, Meghan Currie, helpfully encouraged us instead of fighting back and holding our tears, to let them … Continue reading My Resolution to Cry More, The Link Between Tears and Porn, and Shifting from Objectification to Subject-Relation