Aging Gracefully

“Teach me old woods to wither glad.”–Danish hymn by Adam Oehlenschläger, 1813 Years ago while on sabbatical in Mexico, my family and I befriended an expatriate Swedish author. Though [...]

Being with Heartbreak

“One could say that going through loss is the great awakener. It is a potential opening if you don’t run away from it. What is usually condemned as ‘bad’ by the mind and [...]

A Day to Remember

The video below has a great deal of significance for me for many reasons: Though it’s super short, it still manages to showcase some of my favorite photographs of Day of Dead in San Miguel [...]

Feelings are Golden

If you want to put someone to sleep, start talking about your clutter. This is not a judgment, mind you. It’s just a fact. I noticed this pattern a lot in my clearing workshops and retreats [...]

One Way to Unwind

“The point of the labyrinth is to enjoy the journey. All you have to do is follow the path and you will get there.”–Denny Dyke. Labyrinths have been around for centuries. Not to be [...]