Monthly Archives: June 2012

Paula Revisited

I visited Paula Deen’s site, now that the hubbub of her T2 diabetes revelation is in remission. I wanted to see how her diabetes-themed site, Diabetes in a New Light, has evolved and if PaulaDeen.com has changed. There are Krispy … Continue reading

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between the buddha’s feet

In spiritual life there is no room for compromise. Awakening is not negotiable; we cannot hold on to things that please us while relinquishing things that do not matter to us. A lukewarm yearning to awaken is not enough to … Continue reading

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Tea

These were on my drawing table today as I navigated the MA subsidized health care system. A much-needed calm, beautiful image since the process is stressful. The problem is, things happen without anyone telling the client/patient/me, that they are happening. … Continue reading

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Sketchbook

I have been busy developing curriculum, and preparing for presentations (a little nerve-wracking) and all that goes with that- but I could be sharing work from my other daily practices instead of disappearing! So here is a page from my … Continue reading

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Peace

Sid demonstrating the peaceful cat yoga pose.

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Aware of a bad habit but doing it anyway…

Recently a friend and I were discussing something we both do–when faced with the possibility of engaging in in a “bad” habit, like eating another piece of cake, taking another drink etc. we’re “aware” of what we’re about to but … Continue reading

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