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The movement for racial justice has grown beyond the black community. It affects us all. This conversation is so important. Yoga, breathwork and meditation can help us to stay focused, to be with the discomfort, to bring a deeper awareness to our own feelings, biases, shame and worthiness.
You may be feeling a roller-coaster of emotions and energy states as we continue to live and adapt to COVID-19. It may seem as if you have no control over how you feel from one day to the next.
I encourage you to keep your self-care practices close and to acknowledge that there’s an ebb and flow to these emotions, nothing is static. Give them space and then let them go.
Remember this is a practice and there will be days when it’s easier than others. It can be helpful and reassuring to understand our emotional response and what to expect as we go through this pandemic, not only as an individual but as a community and society too.
I’ve just returned from a leisurely lunch centered around 100 Conversations. It’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining, I lost track of time and have come back with a renewed sense of appreciation for the presence, connection and opportunity to listen to real, honest...
As Luzern fully embraces Fastnacht, the Swiss carnival season this week there will be many taking to the streets to enjoy the music, parades, confetti, parties and sheer creativity that comes to life. Others will escape to the mountains for their winter ski break. And...
I’ve created a project for 2020. An experience. An adventure and experiment of sorts.
Some would call it a challenge…. But I think I’m going to enjoy this way too much for it to be labelled a challenge!
It is my commitment to have 100 conversations with people who strive to bring greater depth and deeper purpose to their life, work and relationships, to learn how they define self-care.
On 2nd January, I went for a New Year’s winter swim in Lake Luzern. It was evening, my first time and 0 degrees air temperature, 7 degrees water temperature.