Posts Tagged ‘nature’

Monaco and Loving Yourself

My intention for 2019 is to grow in my work as I become more grounded in myself. What about you? What is your overriding intention? The actions may change but the alignment of an inner aspiration remains steady. Have you been able to identify your true passion and purpose? It is crucial for you to

Earth Day is Every Day Now

Earth Day is Every Day Now! Official Earth Day is April 22nd but as we all can agree, we need to make earth day every day now! Arctic ice is melting and forcing cold air south. After the tumultuous winter in the northeast of America due to 4 nor’easters and everywhere else around the globe

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

Gratitude is The Attitude

Gratitude is The Attitude Gratitude is an emotion that resonates deeply inside you. It makes you feel good, hopeful, and connected to others. Allow yourself to give thanks for your life. It’s all amazing grace. Feel gratitude and smile. Here are 3 ways you can invite more gratitude into your life. Connect with nature. Appreciate

Embracing Earth

“Embracing Earth” Due to the extreme climate we have experienced recently around the globe, I was inspired to record “Embracing Earth” a 20 minute audio meditation with music. You will revitalize yourself and our planet while intimately feeling your own connection with nature. Enjoy a preview of several tracks below: Here are a few quotes

Phoenix Rising

City streets send up pulses with rhythms of life. Iridescent vibrations of heat, Wave hands like clouds and sink into the root. Sun glows into Yellow moon floating like a ripe peach in the evening sky. A velvet whisper caresses my limbs. Glowing so deeply, I move through lush waves of air On the scents

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

The 1st day of autumn

The 1st day of autumn has arrived. It is filled with the warmth of the sun and yet, there is a slight hint of the new season for the day is shorter. The fruits of summer are now on the vine, about to be picked and savored. What does autumn mean to you: a quickening

May is here with its flowers, earth’s offerings.

Peony=Beauty in Art It is a beauty which displays itself and allows itself to be contemplated. May is here with its flowers, earth’s offerings. The purity of nature’s aspiration for light and beauty manifests in the plant and flora. As humans we are fortunate to be able to appreciate this and, if sensitive to it,

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

The Monastery of Christ in the Desert Church Abiquiu, New Mexico

Although Georgia O’Keeffe lived in Abiquiu, the artist who truly mesmerized me there is George Nakashima! He told me that he had often visited O’Keeffe while working on an integrated design project which included both architecture and furnishings. This is the Monastery of Christ in the Desert which he worked on in 1972. The communal

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