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More Than Meets The Eye

I arrived at the Advanced Soul and Destiny Retrieval course in Joshua Tree, California with a right eye that looked as if I’d gone a few rounds in the ring with Mike Tyson. For the past six months, since the last time I went to California, I’ve had a blocked tear duct in my left […]

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Sacred Cows

On the second day of my retreat to Costa Rica one of the students asked me if I missed my kids. My heart sped up. It was only Monday. I wouldn’t see their sweet faces until I arrived home Saturday and even then it would be by the feint glow of their nightlights as they […]

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Great Expectations

The pastor at our church says we wildly overestimate what we can do in one year and we vastly underestimate what we can do in five years. During a recent healing session with a client who was working on creating her vision for the year to come, I opened my mesa, the sacred cloth that […]

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The Places That Scare You

Just after putting the kids to sleep a few nights ago, the piercing tones of the smoke alarm cut through the quiet night. As I walked down the hall to see what was happening, water dripped down from the ceiling onto my head. “Oh, this is not good,” I thought. Rosie yelped and peed on […]

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Impeccability

Dashing down the stairs to make the train on my last day of work before maternity leave was probably not the best idea, but I made it without going into labor. As I slid into the train car just before the doors closed a young man of about 13 moved his bag over to offer […]

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Christmas Trees are Falling Down

One frosty December afternoon in my childhood, while jumping with a friend on our backyard trampoline, we caught a glimpse of our Christmas tree in the back window, spinning around slowly like an antique merry-go-round. We jumped off the trampoline to investigate and discovered our two dogs, Jake, the yellow lab and Evie, the black […]

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The Energy of Abundance

The wind whipped up while walking with a client along the East River Promenade Sunday morning. I heard something skipping across the ground, like a leaf but crisper. I looked down and saw a $20 bill. My heart jumped with excitement. After a week of unexpected expenses, parking tickets and cancelled classes I recognized that […]

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Feels Like Om

During our seven weeks in Australia we have moved our suitcases and travel crib nine times. We started out with Nick’s sister in Brisbane, spent a weekend with his father on the Sunshine Coast, came back to his sister’s for a week, then spent a week on Sydney’s Northern beaches with his mother, a week […]

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Looking Both Ways

A few weeks ago I stopped at a stop sign and looked right, the direction traffic was coming from, on what I assumed was a one-way street. Just as I drove into the intersection a New Jersey Transit Bus hit the driver’s door of my car. The airbags burst from their casings and the car […]

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Love IS

A few days ago I was savoring my morning walk through the West Village on my way to lead the 200-Hour Teacher Training at Yoga Works in Soho. The music from my earphones mixed with the sound of church bells ringing. It sounded like AUM, the hum that resonates within all sounds in the Universe. […]

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