I was craving a nourishing meal like this all week. Specifically, I was daydreaming about lentils and tomatoes. So this delicious and wholesome bolognese was born! This meal is all about warmth and comfort, and you’ll really feel… Read More
We breathe And the weight of the breath Takes with it the heaviness The stagnation that’s stored
It’s morning again The day is waking up The earth turning enough So the sun blesses the sky
There is depth because there are vast heights. They were made by rifts in and collisions of earth that created junctions and chasms in the crust, and mountains in the sky.
I moved the five loads of laundry that was spread across the floor off to one side so that we’d have a space to sit. A mosquito danced in the air and disappeared from my sight, though for… Read More
Approaching the next major vertex of my life: the converging point between past, present, and future. In reality, this converging point is transient and moves wherever we do, but there’s something deeply meaningful about the oncoming passage through… Read More
The sky was somewhat parted. Dark, blue and grey clouds cast their shadow from the North, while to the South a golden light lit up the leaves that litter the earth. I must have looked up at the… Read More
I first found Kundalini yoga about 11 years ago, when I was turning 20. It was a radical practice, and I had a love-hate relationship with it. If you’ve tried this practice out you’ll know it’s a challenge… Read More
The simultaneous presence and de-rooting that occurs gives a special insight into a nature normally hidden by the illusion of separateness. The opportunities to understand and solidify experience become apparent and rise with great speed. Articulation comes with… Read More
I noticed that there are few things as beautiful as someone sitting in meditation.
I was perpetually fascinated by the plethora of life that called the forest home.