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Breath For Life

       Baby Dewa Watching a baby breathe is one of the most awe invoking experiences. This bundle of energy, whose developing brain needs copious amounts of oxygen in order to grow, breathes a naturally full, even, rhythmic breath. While us adults, for the most part, breathe more carelessly, with swallow and sporadic breaths. … Continue reading

A Sankalpa Practice

Namaste! Welcome to a new moment, a new day, a new week, a new month, A New Year! And to the energies of a Super Full Moon – whose feminine presence reminds us to take time and space to nourish our deepest heart-felt desires. The Sanskrit translation is called a Sankalpa and speaks to the … Continue reading

Gluten Free Apple Pie w/ Oatmeal Crisp

Nothing glamorous here. Just some yummy tasting Gluten Free pie made with love.   Dewa and I graciously received a plethora of apples from different neighbors trees this season. The below recipe is a blending of two different recipes to meet our taste and nutritional needs. It’s really quite yummy. The above pie was donated for our … Continue reading

Three Part Breath

 “What can we do but keep on breathing in and out, modest and willing, and in our places? ”                    ~ Mary Oliver   Three Part Breathing Practice: Even though the gift of breathing is an involuntary act, we can focus the way that we breathe. When we … Continue reading

YES!

In my youth theatre classes we play a game called “Yes, Lets!” It’s a wonderful exercise in acceptance. The intent of the game is for the players to agree  with whatever the other player offers to the scene and move on from there in acceptance. As both a participant and an observer of this game, I witness the … Continue reading

On a Sacred Journey!

Oh, what a Sacred journey this precious life! It’s been months (honestly, almost a year) since my last blog and there are moments when i get down on myself for not expressing all that i long to share. So i thought i would re-enter the stream of blogging by just honoring my Truth. “Things Take Time!” … Continue reading