Posts Tagged ‘happy’

Women Living Consciously

  I sit here writing this in between nor’easters and attending events for Women’s History month and for International Women’s Day on the 8th. I had the privilege of being invited to several at the United Nations’ headquarters in NYC.  Some photos of the wonderful gatherings are below! As Mother Earth has been churning, so

Your Intentions for 2018

Happy New Year to you! We are still in the 1st month of the year and you may just still be setting your goals. But since everything starts with an intention, here is why you should set intentions rather than goals and resolutions for 2018! As a child, you were told to make a list

CNN’s Hero of the Year and Other Blossoms

April was blooming with goodness – some planned and some surprises! It began and ended with 2 powerful workshops given at BIG gatherings. The 1st one was in Short Hills about “Integral Passion, Integrity and Purpose”. The 2nd was in South Orange about “Keep Calm and Chakra On”. I am so very grateful that both were

Earth Day/Mother’s Day

Spring has finally arrived here in the US northeast. Everyone is happy to see the early flowering and buds! These were taken on the 22nd, the 45th Earth Day. Even these beautiful cherry blossoms seem to be smiling. Begun by a small group of concerned people, Earth Day has grown into an international event with

March/spring/snow/now

It’s March. It’s spring. It’s snow. It’s now. What a month – it snowed for hours on the 1st day of spring here in the northeast USA! Clearly we are in a time of paradox and transition. As we experience Climate Change, Mother Nature is forcing us to stay focused and mindful while we go

Katie Meyler & A Heartfelt Valentine

Katie Meyler, TIME’s 2014 Person of the Year and Ebola Fighter, is the founder/CEO of More Than Me. She gave a moving presentation about her work in Liberia at the UN’s Women’s International Forum this February. Katie expressed how she followed her heart’s calling and we all gave a standing ovation to this very courageous

November is the month of giving thanks

November is the month of giving thanks. It is also my birthday month and so it is a very special time for me. I believe that birthdays are the beginning of a new cycle for each of us. On that special day we are more receptive to our inner nature and can grow in mind

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