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Self Care

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Over the past 36 hours, for me, it has been mostly about self care. Watching my emotions, acknowledging them, but not identifying them as who I am. Part of that self care has been listening to music. This is a piece I will play for savasana when time permits. When I woke up yesterday (November 9, 2016), the end scene in Angels in America was very present in my mind. I thought it very apt: Continue reading

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Election Day Meditation

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This election cycle has been a bit contentious. We’ll all find one serious exhale after Tuesday. In the meantime, my fellow teachers at NYHRC are offering Election Day Meditation all day long at various locations. So go vote and then offer yourself an opportunity to calm the f*ck down. Check the schedule. Sit. Inhale. Exhale.

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Relax.

It is going to be ok. Get still and make your next right move.

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Open Studio – Saturday, April 23

Shelley1Of life’s two chief prizes, beauty and truth, I found the first in a loving heart and the second in a laborer’s hand. ~Khalil Gibran

My friend, Shelley Himmelstein is  having an open studio this weekend Saturday, April 23 2016 from 2pm–6pm. The studio is at

488 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY

(L train to Graham Avenue)

Loads of artists will open their studio doors including Thomas Broadbent, Elizabeth Cooper, Tim Daly, Jordan Frey, Joe Garvey, Patricia Inglesia, Phil Jackson, Elisa Jensen, Michael Krondl, Gustavs Mergins, Christopher Moore, Natalie Moore, Bryan Osburn, Kelly Parr, Andy Wilhelm, and more!

Love of beauty is taste. The creation of beauty is art. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

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Help Yourself!

kirtanThe purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

The political discourse these days has me feeling a little glum. While I don’t believe the noise created by some of the candidates are the views of the vast majority of the population of our great country, it nonetheless has an impact. Sometimes the best way to help ourselves is to help others. I’m pretty fortunate to know the work I do makes a difference in people’s lives. MindBodyGreen offered up a few ways to bring some happiness into others lives. The post is a bit old, but the suggestions on ways to brighten others day are no less relevant. And I love the Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

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