Breathe, And Feel It All

Breathe, And Feel It All

Want to know how I manage the energy of leading a team of 20, sourcing a powerful leader, and facilitating 200 people? 1. Breathe (and feel it all) 2. Breathe (and feel it all) 3. Breathe (and feel it all) This is a practice. If you want to expand your capacity, you...
Letting Go in Relationships

Letting Go in Relationships

Many of us struggle to let go of relationships, or parts of them, that no longer serve us. We hang onto all kinds of threads in order to get the attention from them that once validated our worthiness or desire to feel wanted, or anything of that flavor. One time a...
Just Do The Next Thing

Just Do The Next Thing

For the past few weeks, I’ve been feeling in flow and on purpose. But today, I feel schlumpy and lumpy and tired. I really don’t like feeling this way and even with all my practice, training and history to remind me, I sometimes forget the beautiful truth...
On Humanity & Equality

On Humanity & Equality

I love women, I love men, I love gay people, I love straight people, I love queer people, I love trans people, I love cis people, I love white people, I love black people, and I love brown and pink and tan people. I love tall people and short people, round and...
Sweet Darkness & The No-Man Diet

Sweet Darkness & The No-Man Diet

One of my favorite poems by David Whyte is Sweet Darkness. It goes like this: When your eyes are tired, the world is tired also. When your vision has gone, no part of the world can find you. Time to go into the dark, where the night has eyes to recognize its own....
IS THAT SO? Zen Practice Made Personal

IS THAT SO? Zen Practice Made Personal

There is a famous story about a Zen teacher named Hakuin Ekaku. It goes something like this: A family that lived near Hakuin’s temple had a young daughter who became pregnant. Her parents were very angry and demanded that she name the father. The girl refused...

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