Stories

Still Racing

What really stood up in my ears listening to her stories, was the way she was in tune with her horses. She had been a professional horse jockey. Though cautious when not on horseback, she had ridden faster than the wind across many a finish line...

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Call Me Crazy

Many times in my life, I have discovered that following my own truth, even when it looks crazy to others, is sanity-making. I’ve also noticed that the more insane the world becomes, the more important it is to do crazy things – actions that...

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Pearls of Acceptance

I have chosen to re-post this second of a two-part blog that was written over three years ago. Part one was re-posted moments ago. It is still a really important story in my life and I believe relevant to today and the ways Corona is growing...

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The Field

The Field

The Field is a term we use all the time in Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. The  field refers to the “invisible” landscape around us that we are also part of. I put invisible in quotes, because we can see the field when our perception...

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Sunbaked and Dried

Two weeks ago, I went to New Mexico to be part of a group of about forty people helping to put one of several new coats of adobe mud on a large beautiful building that is dear to my heart. It was simple and beautiful work, a full-bodied labor of...

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Window Jumping

Let’s admit it from the get go: change is scary. We build bulwarks against it and keep piles of rationalizations under our beds. Our bank accounts protect us by never getting quite big enough to grasp our dreams. Our closest friends and...

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