Month: January 2021

Our Ageless Self

“Watch the beauty and passion of this 102-year-old light up as she watches herself dancing in her younger years. We literally see her transform from a bed ridden elder into a vibrant young woman as she dances her fingers on the sheets watching herself on film for the very first time.”

The Blank Page

“Aging into elderhood is rather like this blank page for many of us. The rites of passage an acknowledgement for inhabiting this stage of life no longer exist in many cultures these days. Where can we find direction? Perhaps in the depths of that blank space. This is what life does.”

The Trauma Hold for Times of Stress

“When your stress levels rise and life feels too much, the body can go into shutdown, the mind can run wild and the emotions overwhelm any sense of safety, connection or ability to think. The fight, flight, freeze may go into overdrive as the sympathetic nervous system is stimulated. For some, this is a regular pattern, and the sympathetic nervous system may stay in overdrive. One of the ways that support the regulation of the nervous system, especially if you are in shock or have a history of trauma, is to connect with the body, the container of this life force.”

Beyond “I’m Fine”

“To passionately see, feel, taste, touch, hear and dance the unfathomable beauty, heartbreak and joy of what it is to be embodied at this time, in this place – NOW – takes consciousness, courage and a grounded sense of the inevitable change that continually colors life on Earth with a vibrancy we often miss.”

Let Us Walk…

Guest Poem by Benjamin Van Haeff Let us walk Let us walk into the uncharted pathways of this New Year Let us fall in love again with the living body of our lives Making love to the simple joys we hold in our care.… Continue Reading “Let Us Walk…”

Each Precious Moment

“In times gone by, so much pressure ’to get somewhere”… to achieve, and the ultimate fear of ‘falling off the cliff’ before I had completed my purpose!

But what pray is that purpose?!…”