When you are trying to find inspiration about living in this world take a look at this video of Zach Sobiech. When you’re wondering about what living in a secure family would be like look at this family and see what qualities are there that create safety, comfort, belongingness. after watching a did [...]
photo by Tony Turvey I woke this morning to the horrible destruction that resulted from the Oklahoma tornadoes. My heart bleed for people there, especially those still looking for the loved ones in the midst of the rubble. Checking my email I received an email from a colleague in Scotland, Tony Turvey, who is an [...]
After the Boston Marathon bombings Susie N wanted to do something to balance out the horror and destruction that had just happened. As a member of the Arlington Street Church she decided to cut up pieces of cloth and leave them with markers outside by the fence. The [...]
Here’s a little girl with determination to change the experience of an 87 year of WWII vet. Moving and heartfelt Leanna Morris, the 8 year old who gets Charles Mowbray his medals after sixty seven years reminds us what simple things we can do to bring more nourishment and care to our worlds.
This weekend was Mother’s Day in the United States. A day to celebrate care, care-giving, kindness of mothers. A group of us spent two days drinking in goodness, love, kindness. We practiced turning toward what we want instead of staying stuck in the patterns designed to give us protection. We explored the Embodied Attachment of [...]
Amy Weintraub and Kay Gardner create a safe and Self-nourishing environment where you will practice yoga tools to help you manage your mood as you learn to apply the IFS model.
Elizabeth Lehmann, a collegue of mine in New York City has created an audio program that has helped many people to become more resilient. Her program is a series of audios that give simple, quick practices to help build resilience. Elizabeth wrote the following post after hearing from a friend she supported who got distressed. [...]
Bethann Shannon (aka The Art Angel) is a wonderful, playful, spirited artist that I knew many years ago during our Kripalu days.
I love this playful music video put out by one of my dear Kripalu buddies, John de Kadt who is an extraordinary musician/drummer/human being. After a year of traveling around the globe, and a bunch of time in the music studio recording drums and hang, he released this music video, One Hoop. As John says, “We [...]
Mary Ann Burnside, a colleague in Lexington, MA, sent this quote by Richard Carlson about being kind more often than being right. What wonderful inspiration.