Friday, December 28, 2012

Guided Meditation for the Svadhisthana Chakra

Aloha Friends and Readers,

I have just posted the second in a series of meditations for chakra tuning. Writing and recording each meditation has been a truly inspiring experience, and to have them set to the enchanting music of composer and musician Peter Davison is more than I could have hoped for.

This one is on the second chakra, also known as the svadhisthana, chakra. The svadhisthana chakra is about creative freedom and flow, about giving and receiving in abundance. It is about knowing that like water, the element associated with the second chakra, you are free and fluid and worthy of every relationship, every feeling, every passion one can know. 

Thank you to Casey Apps of Vermont for providing this gorgeous photograph suffused with the orange light associated with the second chakra.

The project comes to full fruition at the end of next month with the release of a full-length CD called “Lotus Wheel: Meditations for Chakra Tuning.” In the meantime, enjoy these first couple of meditations online! Namaste.

In Gratitude,


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Guided Meditation on the Root Chakra!

Aloha Friends! 

I am just finishing up a project that has been blooming in my mind for several years now. Finally, it is coming to fruition and happily, accomplished composer and musician Peter Davison has agreed to join me in bringing you a series of guided meditations for chakra tuning. Having meditated and done yoga to Peter’s music for more than ten years, I am honored and very grateful that my voice recordings will be set to his beautiful compositions.

The full-length CD will be finished and available near the end of January 2013, but in the meantime, I am offering up the first recording, a meditation on the root chakra, also known as the muladhara chakra, for your enjoyment. The muladhara chakra meditation is to help you relax and ground and is an active way that you can move toward a sense of safety and freedom from fear.

I’d like to also thank Chip Linton for providing the gorgeous image that accompanies this meditation on It is an original photograph that is naturally suffused with red, the color associated with the muladhara chakra.

Find the link below for this unique guided meditation experience. Happy Holidays to all and Namaste…

Muladhara Chakra Meditation

Sunday, December 2, 2012

On Tolerance...

How can one love be perfect and another a sin? How can we limit our sense of human connection with parameters that we impose ourselves?

And what about when one of these loves, these "indistretions" of the heart, is felt by a child? Do we teach him that he is, by his love, made imperfect? That he is dirty? Wrong? And do we then teach the child that not only do we as a society judge him as damaged, broken in some fundamental way, but so does his Creator? The God of his dreams? The God of his innocence?

And where does innocence end? With touch? With taste? With a thought? No, innocence is preserved by these things. It is preserved by the acknowledgment of every kind of love. By the act of love itself, without discrimination, which is ever born of our fear.

Love itself is to be found there, I think: in the absence of fear. Let us be brave.