Tag: Artistry of Aging

You Only Die Once, But You Live Every Day

“Have you ever thought about quality of life moments versus years lived? For some it is when death touches us that we allow ourselves to contemplate, and come closer to, the relationship with our own potential death and that of our loved ones. The unique choices we will make when embodied time is drawing to a close…..”

An Authentic Unsettled Life

Living an authentic unsettled life. “We are constantly given opportunities to be lead by curiosity, take risks, and steward the emergence of our own unique expression, artistry and imagination.”

Improv Play

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw We were to be initiated into the “Order of the Pink Velvet Eared Greeters” and then let loose out on the streets of San Francisco with… Continue Reading “Improv Play”

Embodied Transparency

“Embodied transparency is learned through uncovering layers of self deception and carefully constructed identities that no longer serve us. When we are ready to create another layer, informed by all those below, we step over the threshold from a liminal creative in-between-space into surrender and trust. “

Wild Permission

“Were we taught to prepare for life (or death) instead of living it?”

We Belong To the Earth

Where you place your attention is vital at this time! What could you do personally and collectively to live a more sustainable, creative and regenerative life?

Fear As Friend

We all carry fears within us. Often they are not even ours as we are so intimately interconnected. Yet, it is how we react to the fear that can open possibility or shut us down into contraction, narrow spaces of being and old identities… Continue Reading “Fear As Friend”