The Minimum Dose | Homeopathy Talks

These sessions are open to anyone who is interested in learning about Homeopathy and how it can be used as basic First Aid and for acute illnesses. Homeopathy is a system of holistic medicine which can treat various states of physical, mental, and emotional dis-ease and bring the body and mind back into a balanced […]

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An Act Of Observation

Your mediation will be an act of observation. Watch the breath waves, and watch the thought waves as they rise and fall. Approach the process with kindness and curiosity. There is no right and wrong here. There is only the blissful moment of you sitting with you. As you observe the waves rising and falling, […]

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FROM BOULDER TO BARBADOS

I caved in and lit a fire a few days ago, as the temperatures plummeted at a pace which would make any Caribbean islander quake in their boots. I was quaking in my furry house slippers! My husband rolled his eyes at me, “Do not worry, you will be in Barbados in two weeks.” His […]

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That Greater Trochanter

How many times have you pulled on those tights, leggings, kitted warmers and popped that ballet shoe elastic over your arches? How many times have you really brought awareness to your greater trochanter and the deep muscles which affect the external rotation of the femur which is the signature alignment of classical ballet? Shining the […]

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The Importance of Potency

When you buy a homeopathic remedy, the name is always followed by a number, and a letter – usually a ‘d’, ‘x’, ‘c’ or ‘M’. This combination of numbers and letters indicates the potency of the remedy. We not only have to match the remedy picture to the presenting symptoms, but also the potency to […]

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New Moon Seed

Today is the day of the New Moon. It is the preferred time to plant, both ‘real’ seeds and the seeds of new intentions. The sky is at it’s darkest for the 28 day moon cycle. The moon turns her lighted face away from us, and shows us her dark side. As you look up […]

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The Gentle Knocking of Truth

When I was 13, I had a biology teacher named Mr. Parker. As I recall, he was a ‘nice’ man – short and a bit shiny-bald on the top of his head. The students’ parents were very upset because Mr. Parker did not seem to be the ideal candidate for teaching Biology, as he had […]

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Holding My Own Hand

I have recently relocated to Miami, Florida, and have found myself living in a house overlooking Biscayne Bay. To the left of our house, the mainland recedes, then arcs around, hugging the bay, and crests into the distance. The predominantly green, lush gardens of Coconut Grove, punctuated by houses peeping through the foliage, and motor […]

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Bridging the Gap | Mindful Touch for Couples

Do you remember playing in a stream as a child? And making dams and bridges and setting leaves and sticks and paper boats free to catch the current downstream? The water never stopped flowing, did it? No matter your most gallant efforts, the water always found a way to flow. Well, what if there were […]

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