Musings on Mindful Living

February 12, 2020

I’ve spent so much of my life running from uncomfortable places inside of me. It’s been a hard road of unpacking what and who is safe. Learning how to stretch myself, when to bend, when to hold strong, when to stay and keep investigating, and when to throw the towel in...

August 26, 2019


To just “BE” 

To organize later and be still now. 

To drop below the buzzing seductive thoughts in my head deep into the lowest part of my abdomen, the holy grail of presence.

To be slow.  

To connect to the subtler aspects of myself, and to tap into the nuan...

March 21, 2018

I go Away.

I find the loud parts of me that are exhausted from the waking and rising and caring for myself and others.

A voice that feels unheard.  

 Tap tap, tap, I touch my mouth “is this thing on?”

I notice that I have lost my breath. 

I’m contracted and have to force th...

March 18, 2018

Recently I was watching an interview with Hubert Dreyfus, a contemporary philosopher.  In one of his monologue answers he began speaking about all that it takes to be a human being.  The way are bodies naturally pick up the gestalt of what’s happening.  Trusting our bo...

January 29, 2018

Skylah, my daughter, (8 years old) and I arrived in Southern Spain in late September of 2017. The Journey getting here was preceded by a season of three deaths....

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