Category Archives: Meditation
Don’t you love a fresh start?
Most of us move forward haphazardly in life and see where it takes us. This underutilizes your most powerful superpower, your brain. Did you know your brain is this insanely efficient computer that will try to answer any question you ask it?
It was time to gather the coven and utilize the cycles of nature to help us break through various challenges. We watched the full moon rise as we drank tea and set intentions. There are many ways to do a … Continue reading
It’s been coming up for me recently that if I throw love at a situation, it seems to get better. Yes, I realize I’m a walking cliché, but I’m ok with that. Dolphin Theory I once read that if you try to … Continue reading
We are all creative. I believe that’s what we’ve come here to do. Create. Maybe it’s not a painting or a song, but we do create our lives, which can become a beautiful masterpiece. We are all artists. Some of … Continue reading
It’s important that we have the tools we need to be in control of our well-being. When I see a new patient, I give them a little Welcome Packet that includes tips on what they can do for themselves to … Continue reading
Today brings us a new moon. Nature’s way of giving us a fresh start every month. This is the beginning of the moon’s cycle and can be used as an opportunity for us to use nature’s energy to our benefit. … Continue reading
I recently got an iPhone, it’s awesome. One of the best things about the iPhone is all the “apps” you can have. Apps are different pieces of software that allow you to interact with different topics you might be interested … Continue reading
My fig tree has sprouted some new greenery and I have seen our first tiny baby fig. Springtime is upon us. Life is bursting out of the sleepy winter months. Here in LA the weather is in the high 70’s … Continue reading
Kirtan (keer-tahn) is a devotional singing practice that comes from India. It’s basically chanting in a call and response song form. I love, love, love kirtan. Think of it as a spiritual sing-a-long. It’s similar to the way many religions sing hymns as … Continue reading