Love Lessons; Embodying Change

‘Embodying Change.’  These two words reveal everything I am passionate about.  They reflect a way of being that is fully alive and open to what is present in the moment and completely available to what is to come.  Embodying Change reveals … Continue reading

Love Lessons; For Meade Andrews (Teaching Love)

This is the final blog I am sharing about four of the most important people in my life and the lessons I have learned from each of them about love.  Their birthdays are within 10 days of each other in … Continue reading

Love Lessons; The Alexander Technique

I have been a teacher of The Alexander Technique since 1993 and have used the Technique as the foundation for all my work and life.  Whether it has been working with artists, raising my children, teaching in the corporate world … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Vital Capacity

Vital Capacity I heard this term many years ago in an exercise science lab at ASU. It refers to the amount of oxygen a person can bring into their lungs in one breath and the amount they can release. Of … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Being Me

Last week I received my first piece of constructive criticism about this blog and was very grateful for the feedback.  The comment was ‘these are getting redundant especially how I put myself down.  It is time for me to talk … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Sacrificing What is False

Today is Easter.  As I was meditating this morning it came to me that the symbolism of Jesus’s rising is a potent reminder to allow my self to rise to higher levels of awareness and consciousness.  When I shared that … Continue reading

Love Lessons; My Right to Choose

I’m going to do it again.  I’m going to write this and push publish.  I’m not going to edit the life out of this and attempt perfection, because when I go back and read these blogs I know they will … Continue reading

Love Lessons; Living the Questions

I worked with a guest director at USC, Paul Giovanni, that started every project by distilling the essence of the play in three words or less.  He wanted to know and communicate what was essential about the story before any … Continue reading