Deconstruction

“I’ve heard you are an atheist these days.” I’ve learned to smile. Statements like that abound. I laugh to myself because, in these moments, I actually find myself deeply in love with the Divine nature. I find myself releasing and relishing in it in ways I haven’t in a long time. I was recently asked what deconstruction is…  Let me be clear I am not a theologian. So, I answer it in the way I would answer it… When I was able to truly take a look at the construction... Read The Rest →

Follow Your Dharma

My colleague Stephen Cope in his recent book, “The Great Work of Your Life” talks about dharma as “your life’s true purpose”.   To follow it, the question then becomes, what do we do at any given time in life to firstly know what your dharma is, and then, more significantly, take the action needed to manifest it – to live it out day to day.  It’s become easier for me, as the years have unfolded, to embrace this concept, to pay attention to it, and hopefully to put action to... Read The Rest →

Yogic Journey Within

“The yogic journey guides us from our periphery, the body, to the center of our being, the soul.  The aim is to integrate the various layers, so the inner divinity shines out as through clear glass.” – BKS Iyengar Daily I am witness to clients, friends, patients who live mostly in their head. The connection to their body varies from a sketch of a path, to a total disconnect.  Having been in this place myself, I am empathetic. What can be gained by the connection? Often my clients will initially see... Read The Rest →