Finding my HeART after years of artistic starvation. ...I started writing this blog last night and it flowed into something that feels more like an excerpt from as unedited part of The HeARTist's Way book, so thank you for being part of the raw unfoldings in real time and stay tuned for more! *** Finding my HeART For 34 years you could say I was artistically anorexic. I was that kid in art class
On the bus ride through the heART of Boston, I stopped to share a moment of song. I travel a lot and I often find that some of my favorite moments to create and sing are on planes, trains and automobiles, or at the stations in between. If you are an emotionally or energetically sensitive person you can often feel the amalgamation of feelings, sensations, emotions all mixed up in a big stew of transition.
A dear friend of mine gave me a beautiful reflection the other day. “You’re a little rough around the edges sometimes,” he said. In the past, maybe even last year or a few months ago I would have felt defensive and put him in the category of “people who don’t get me.” But this time I was receptive. I was open to feedback and I wanted to feel his words and where they felt true
Today, on our Free Your Voice call we uncovered a new way to harmonize….with our intention! A New Way to Harmonize You may be wondering what the *&^% I am talking about. (insert your own 4 letter word…remember, I am a facilitator, not a teacher) So let me give you a little context. I was trying to teach a call and response song, Altar of Love, playing my ukelele and having our group repeat verses after I