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Dec
24
2016

Allow Life to Support You

Do you feel as though you’re trying hard to accomplish something and not getting anywhere, like you’re banging your head against a brick wall? Is your own momentum moving you forward, or does it feel as though you’re taking five steps forward and three back? Each one of us is a gift. Our very presence contributes to the harmonious flow of creation. However, we need to learn how to recognize the challenges in our way […]

Feb
26
2012

Global Call to Participate

Today marks the beginning of the 56th Session on the UN-Commission on the Status of Women. Last year I had the great honor and pleasure to attend this annual conference with four other authors of now multimedia book Get Your Woman On! Most notably, Dr Jean Shinoda Bolen, a long time activist and advocate for a UN sponsored 5th World Conference on Women since the last conference in 1995 held in Beijing. As I am […]

Feb
23
2012

Co-Creation On a Global Scale

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Feb
19
2012

The Issues in Your Tissues.

Did you get the memo? Well, whether you did or not, somewhere in your body there is the memory of every experience you have ever felt, touched, seen, smelled, tasted and sensed. Some of these memories will propel you into wildly creative times and others will render you into a stagnant puddle of self pity or doubt. Which would you rather have? Ease, joy and fun? Or struggle and suffering? What if there was of […]

Feb
16
2012

The True Meaning of Health

  “We are in a period of economical decline – so we should do bad stuff? People are losing jobs – so we should give them bad buildings? What kind of bullshit is that? Show restraint? Why?” ~Zaha Hadid The definition of health which I have chosen to go by in my practice is: the ability to adapt to the external changes with minimal disruption and stress to your emotional, mental, spiritual and physical body. […]

Sep
16
2011

The Help

Have y’all seen The Help? Based on American author Kathryn Stockett’s novel and directed by Tate Taylor. The film is set in Jackson, Mississippi during the civil right’s movement of the 1960’s. It is a true testament to following your dreams, heartfelt connection and a different perspective on a turning point in history. Most of all, made me wish that all children grew up with their own Aibileen to tell them each day “you are […]

Sep
14
2011

The healing has already happened.

New York Times best selling author Gregg Braden is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality. Following a successful career as a Computer Geologist for Phillips Petroleum during the 1970s energy crisis, he became a Senior Computer Systems Designer for Martin Marietta Defense Systems during the last years of the Cold War. In 1991 he was appointed the first Technical Operations Manager for Cisco Systems where he led the development of the […]

Jun
24
2010

What’s your burning point?

  So many stories I hear from the Downtown Eastside are the stuff of books. Take Push by Sapphire from which the movie Precious is inspired from for example; incest, family violence, neglect, poverty and the indomitable power of imagination. What’s your story? If you had to be a book, what story would you choose? In Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451, the burning point of book paper is 451 degrees fahrenheit. At the end of the […]

Mar
18
2010

It’s all about timing.

On Monday I went skiing with my posse on Grouse mountain. Much to my surprise the local mountains of Vancouver had a snowfall of nearly one meter when it looked like spring was well on its way during the Olympics. So that just goes to say, one just doesn’t know what to expect. I was so thrilled to play in the snow on a beautiful day but more than that I got to share my […]

Mar
10
2010

The viola da gamba and the human voice.

The Savalls playing Diego Ortiz Tuesdays have become the days that I walk through the shadows of Vancouver. The best kept secrets are revealed to me on Tuesdays. Tonight I crossed the water to the North Shore to hear Jordi Savall, a rare and precious appearance by one of the most gifted players of the viola da gamba in the 21st century. The preview talk literally struck a chord with me as he answered questions […]

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