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George Zimmerman: an Exploration of Karma

July 22, 2013

You’ve probably heard about the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman issue, and while I see so many caught in the duality of right and wrong, blame and culpability, and ultimately fear, I thought I would take the opportunity to show how and why I love both of these people, and to give a little primer […]

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The Cumulative Effect: Bees, the Environment, and Our Bodies

June 18, 2013

The honey bee’s “colony collapse disorder” is getting a lot of attention lately, and I have had a recent personal connection to bees and their hives. This has lead me to connecting some dots and reminded me of a problem (and solution!) that I’ve been meaning to share with you. This spring, one of the […]

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Are You a Healer?

April 19, 2013

One of the main questions I get, and every adult in America get’s, is “What do you do?” Depending on who is asking, and my mood, I haven given pretty widely differing answers to this question. “I’m an Artist.” “I’m a teacher.” “I’m a musician,” and “I build organic gardens in between making music.” Sometimes, […]

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A Natural Day to Plant a Seed: What New Moon Means to You

April 10, 2013

Today is a new moon. It happened at 4:35am last night here in Texas.  What I mean is, the peak moment of the dark(new) moon happened this morning at 4:35am CST. (that’s 5:35 am on the East coast and 2:35am on the West Coast and 3:35am in the Mountains). Farmers and Gardeners use the moon […]

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Garden Season, Free Trees for SA, and a Raised Bed I built

March 7, 2013

Howdy Healthy, Green-y, Lovers of Life, It is garden season in Central Texas.  While we could see another freeze (average last frost is March 15th, but that’s “changing” it seems)… I want to let you know it’s time to plant.  You may have to cover things up once or twice, but I wouldn’t worry about […]

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Have a Relationship rift? Try R.I.F.F.

February 19, 2013

I am getting confronted with how I show up in relationships lately and I’ve discovered a little tool that I would like to share with you to use to help bring any relationship back into balance. I call it R.I.F.F…. Real Intimacy First and Foremost. Probably at least a few of you are gagging at […]

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Clear a Blocked Sinus in Under a Minute with No Drugs

February 14, 2013

I learned a really cool trick a couple years ago that I know will really help a lot of people out there who have allergies, chronic congestion, or a blocked up nose due to a cold. When I really started getting serious about my health, I learned all kinds of stuff that no doctor had […]

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Too Sensitive? Why Being Shy Kicks the Ass of Extroversion

February 5, 2013

If you’re sensitive, or maybe you have a child or co-worker that people are always saying, “you’re too sensitive,” about; then guess what? You are sitting on a gold mine. I just finished listening to the audio book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking, by Susan Cain, and what […]

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Fear (Part 1): The Brain Eating Amoeba and New Years Resolutions

January 28, 2013

  Last year, one of my  resolutions, or intentions as I think of them now, was to overcome my fears-of which I have now learned, are MANY! Singing in front of people. Making the wrong decision. Getting a disease and/or dying. Bugs, having my property stolen, and more.. So, the latest, most prevalent, and obvious […]

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Starting Over: 4 steps to fulfilling dreams in 2013

January 1, 2013

I am a king of starting over. Last year during a healing retreat with David Elliott, one of the participants explained to the group how when focusing her attention on me, she got a visual image of the Phoenix rising from the ashes, and exclaimed that she thinks I will crash, burn, and revive many […]

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