Monthly Archives: September 2011

Meditation And Real Life – One Minute of Peace

It’s been a wonderful, crazy month: auditions, filming, workshops, a cabin in the middle of nowhere, speaking for beautiful groups of people, and heaps of yoga. It’s easy for meditation to get lost in the kafuffle. My guess is… Continue reading

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Meditation For Life – Training Thought

A friend called this morning, unable to tear her thoughts away from an all-consuming problem in her life. She wanted help. Here’s a reason to meditate. Unable to tear her thoughts away? That’s a bit like me going to… Continue reading

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Meditation And Real Life – Training Thought

A friend called this morning, unable to tear her thoughts away from an all-consuming problem in her life. She wanted help. Here’s a reason to meditate. Unable to tear her thoughts away? That’s a bit like me going to yoga… Continue reading

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Meditation And Real Life – Training Thought

A friend called this morning, unable to tear her thoughts away from an all-consuming problem in her life. She wanted help. Here’s a reason to meditate. Unable to tear her thoughts away? That’s a bit like me going to yoga… Continue reading

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Why Meditate, Take 1

Many of you do it already. Because I’m an enormous fan of meditation, I’m going to compile a list of whys over the next week or so. Please add your own, knowing that everyone who begins meditating contributes to… Continue reading

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For Those In Need of Yoga

I had dinner with some politicians on Friday. It was more fun than it sounds. I am so unpolitical that when a man came over to our table to shake my hand and say he’d heard me speak before, I… Continue reading

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Yoga Laughs

Things that make me laugh: The way we all think our form of yoga is the best yoga ever. I am the worst culprit that ever lived. Kundalini rules! The way I’m afraid to go back to an old class,… Continue reading

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I Am More Than This

Warning: We are all actors. Acting in theatre is like growing a yoga practice. You do it with wonderful people. Some of it is challenging, most of it is fun. There are a lot of laughs. All the while, a… Continue reading

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Yoga Challenges

During one of this summer’s visits to a friend’s cottage, I brought a stack of yoga DVDs. We did two classes each day for four days. One of my friends–I’ll keep her anonymous for reasons that will become obvious before… Continue reading

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Learning What I’m Not

"Don’t pretend yourself beyond your evolution." Byron Katie I thought by now I’d be calling all poses by their Sanskrit names. I thought I’d be vegan, dressed in earthy-bushy-leafy colors and hemp cloth, sprouting sprouts, and drinking water from my… Continue reading

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