LOVE: The Beginning…

“These are my feet on the ground.” I encourage my students to say these words to themselves whenever they feel ‘un-tethered.’ That feeling normally comes because of sudden stress or anxiety about a person or an event, and can potentially trigger a less than favorable reaction. The more you feel your proverbial feet on the ground, the more you root into the space in which … Continue reading LOVE: The Beginning…

The Misconception of Meditation (and a few guidelines to help you get there)

More than a few people have asked me to teach them ‘how to mediate.’ I often respond by telling them that this is not possible. What I say instead is that I can teach them how to breathe. No one can teach you how to meditate. They can guide you into a space where you might be most likely to disconnect from the stimulus outside … Continue reading The Misconception of Meditation (and a few guidelines to help you get there)