On refining our inner dialogue, personal integrity, transparency in relationships and parenting, letting your shortcomings be funny, and navigating the space between conditional and unconditional love.
On Nature as musical instrument, pauses as assets, honouring the elders, everyday ceremony. Includes a bonus track of Ram Dass x East Forest. Derived from the German translation of his last name, East Forest (aka Trevor Oswalt) creates a hypnotizing brand of music for old souls that blends achingly emotional wordlessness, ambience and contemporary classical […]
On the subtlest interior shifts we can make to conduct currents of sweetness within and around us.
On the importance of telling your story, the magnificence of remembrance, and locating yourself in the everyday magic of your life.
Former Navy Pilot and co-founder of Walkabout Yoga Liz Corwin on the victories that emerge from perceived failure, the choice to prioritize practice, and the ultimate walkabout.
On welcoming compassion for the string of selves you’ve ever been, quotes from Hourglass and Inheritance. On the corrosive power of family secrets, and the healing of the secret that Dani uncovered about her origins.
On meditation and the merits we carry as a result of our practice, engaging inward connections, and cultivating heart community, with Diego Perez, the writer known as Yung Pueblo.
On the occasion of the release of Rituals for Every Dayby Nadia Narain and and Katia Narain Phillips, we gathered to chat about our own practices of listening, praying and meaning-making.
Glo founder Derik Mills joined me for a sweet, edifying conversation on my last trip to film at Glo. We touched upon the last ten years of digital evolution, the future of virtual practice and the heart of what we do together at Glo.com. Derik is the CEO/founder of Glo, formerly YogaGlo, a health and […]
1:11 How Claudia began. Watching her powerful, entrepreneurial Chinese Mother do it all. 2:16 Sex and the City. 2000s. Power of the media to influence Women’s values. 3.26 Half the Sky: https://amzn.to/2BuJqSk learning about the state of women and girls in the Third world, developing countries, maternal mortality and sex trafficking. In the US: the […]
In this short episode, Jonah and I touch upon: – his experience of what we did well in our separation (we minimized fighting, always apologized, and shared stories of the trajectory in a loving way) – advice to parents for how to handle separation and divorce (no fighting, always apologize, and be kind) – not […]
In this episode, on the occasion of Mary Oliver’s passing, I took time to read my favourite passages and poems. Her work has informed mine since 1998, and reading her words brings me back to the earliest days in my teaching and learning to lead.
On the intelligence of risk, radical independence, and decoding the real conversation that happens in relationship.
Seeing difficult moments as evidence that it was always coming together.