Relating to Newness

It’s a new year! And in relation to the moon, it will be new again come February 1st. I’ve had a strong feeling that we have this whole month to be new- to swim in the absolute freshness of possibility. I feel as much relief as I feel dread to have to grapple with an …

Engaged Wholeness

This picture was from a day at the North Sea, a day with steady winds that brought intermitten rainfall. I always get in the water when the opportunity presents, but I was keenly aware of my determination to swim on this particular morning. (As this point in the trip signaled that the long stretch of summer was …

Focus and Flow

I feel a need for the whip of the wind and the exhilaration of open, free space. To explore and to let the day lead where it will, and to also rest in the rhythms that each day holds. At the same time, I feel a strong desire to stay true to the honest and …

The Vision of Non-dual PhilosophiesSundays, August 1 & 8, 5-6:30pm ESTOnline philosophy classes hosted by Eastern Livity, a yoga community in AK Email me if you would like to join us! Yoga has a very rich and abundant history, with a vast array of underlying philosophies and methods of practice. These classes will focus on …

The Bond of Asana

Today is a new moon, the Jewish New Year is upon us, and in the Northern hemisphere, the Autumn season is as well. Time continues to usher in new opportunities for growth and change. So too are intense fires, derechos and floods, continued concern within the pandemic, and a contentious political landscape (both sides find …