The absolute strangest thing happened to me today, and it filled me with needed joy. I feel as though I transitioned to a new world, but in a very positive way. OK… well maybe it was not the ABSOLUTE strangest… I mean, I have some pretty not so normal things that go on in my […]
Life and love in the A.C. age
Cooped up in the apartment in the A.C. age (After Corona, not A.D. anymore, as this thing seems to be the new marker of our lives) my mind wanders. I vacillate between giddy and doomsday. I wonder about every aspect of life and love and how it will all change, has changed, may forever change. […]
Engage the power of your mind to ignite your heart
“It’s Groundhog Day…” Bill Murray’s character, weatherman Phill Conner says. “Again.” Every day the same. Sounds kinda familiar about now? The icon character is dead inside. After weeks of isolation and pandemic impact has turned to months, we may be feeling the same. Wouldn’t it be nice to have something to ignite your heart again? […]
Breaking Old Patterns Can Show People Your True Self
Hey everybody. Um… so… my name is Carey and I have a… uh… a problem (and perhaps you do too, since it has to do with breaking old patterns, which… is really… really … hard). My problem is not that I binge watch too much TV. It’s not that I can’t focus for prolonged periods […]
How Each Archetype Feels Stress
As if one pandemic isn’t enough, stress seems to be a second one layered on top of the first. Life is a challenge, on its best days, isn’t it? And what does that say about now? We are all impacted by the grief and unrest we feel right now. Taking control of our emotions begins […]
Self-knowledge: three words of truth
If you had to say three words of truth about yourself, what would they be? Pause for just a second and try. It’s hard. But once you have three words of truth, ask yourself this: What three words of truth do you think other people would use to describe you? Do they align? If not, […]
Growth comes through discomfort
I’m not a fan of slimy food. But I like lobster a lot. Not a meal, thank you no, but as a metaphor, an important one that illustrates growth comes through discomfort. Have you ever heard the story from Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twersky about the lobster and adversity? It’s one of my favorites and it […]
Answers to your questions about Five Archetypes
Questions about Five Archetypes from a workshop with nearly 100 dancers from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
I’m free…to be an independent woman
When singing those songs, something I value rises up: the confidence that I am an independent woman living life on my terms.
Stressed out in the time of coronavirus
We still don’t know as much as we need to know about coronavirus. But we do know with a high degree of certainty that when disease sets in, it often infiltrates through our weakened immune system.