Monthly Archives: November 2014

Thanksgiving: The True Stuffing

TweetI love Thanksgiving for many reasons. One, it gives me an opportunity to consciously stop and consider what it is I’m thankful for. Two, it’s only the beginning of the winter, and I can enjoy the weather without suffering too … Continue reading

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About Kabbalah: The Path Of Receptivity

TweetKabbalah, the Jewish mystical teachings, is more about losing ourselves, than about finding. Losing ourselves in the other, in the moment, in life, as opposed to being ego centered. The literal translation of the word Kabbalah is “that which is … Continue reading

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Gifts and Losses: Giving Thanks

TweetLast night, as I was watching the news cycle through it’s newest dramas, I thought to myself that we are a culture fascinated with loss. With every passing tragedy, we forget that our lives are a balance of joy and … Continue reading

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Thinking Is Not Living

TweetThis morning, in my Yoga class, I found myself drifting away from the world of of my sensations, to the world of my thoughts. The world of sensations and emotions is rich, vibrant, and colorful, while the world of thoughts … Continue reading

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