Two dying men met on the street the other day. One was in an electric wheelchair, outside for the first time in a long time. He drove around the yard where his great-grandson, a toddler, was playing. He drove up the road to see where the old house had burned down, and to see the … Continue reading Two Men Dying
Last year, I went on a didgeridoo journey meditation. The following is my recount of the experience, recorded as a voice-to-text on my drive home immediately afterward. In the beginning, I had difficulty concentrating, or rather, letting go of concentration. The sound of the didgeridoo - and being so close to the birth center -seemed … Continue reading Didgeridoo Journey
Pain takes many forms, but is always transformative. Always always, we get through it somehow and come out differently. Intentionally, I took on the pain of covering up an old tattoo on my back. The original was of decrepit demon wings, and symbolized a similar place in my life. I likened the wings to … Continue reading From Demons to Stardust
Yoga is more than movement. Yoga is meditation. It’s withdrawal of the senses and extreme focus to achieve profound meditative experiences, and it’s connection with self and everything, and it’s breath and groundedness and journeying . . . So, yeah. Yoga is music. The sixth limb of yoga is Dharana, or extreme concentration and single-minded … Continue reading Music is Yoga, too
The first time I did yoga was on the island of St. Croix, in the Caribbean, where I had moved in hopes of finding myself. It was a picturesque day. Blue sky, warm sun, and salty breeze. The studio was at Kalima Center, an oasis in the brightly-colored “city” of Christiansted. I entered through the … Continue reading My First Yoga
What is it like to step into your authenticity? Immensely rewarding. Everyone says that, right? We see the super-coaches, the Oprah Winfreys, Brene Browns and all the Tony Robbins people - we see them out there being wicked abundant and telling us to just go for it. I love those people. They inspire me every … Continue reading What’s in the Glass?
Intuition. The third-eye, or Ajna Chakra, also known as second sight or a sixth sense - whatever we call it, it has an important place in our practice and our lives. Ajna Chakra is also called the 6th Chakra in the 7-Chakra model, or the Third-Eye, and is associated with the color indigo (which I … Continue reading Visualization for Third-Eye
Not everyone is having the same experience. I get it. But we do all have the same access. (Whoa - "check your privilege!" right?) Yes. We do. We all have the same access to power that is truly greater than anything exerted upon us. I've spent some time in front of kids, and I … Continue reading Equal Access
“Something is happening,” she said. “People your age,” she said, “are starting these businesses . . . “ And it’s like we don’t even give a damn about the “way things should be done.” We are out there taking big risks, making waves and creating brand new community models in the strangest places (Waterloo, Iowa, … Continue reading No Thanks, The Man.
On Saturday, April 1st, the downtown Wolfeboro yoga studio will be changing hands. Magical Yoga, a new yoga – healing – flow studio owned by Brittany Boles Dube, will be taking the place of the current Moondala Yoga Studio overlooking Back Bay in the historic Durgin Stables building. Along with offering a full schedule of … Continue reading Studio Opening Press Release