Restorative Pause Blog

  • Be a Beacon – Visualization and Blessing

    December 3, 2019 by

    During the holiday season, many people experience deep sadness, disconnection and feelings of unworthiness.  You might be one of those people.  While it’s important to feel our feelings, we also benefit from staying centered in the power of connection. I’d like to share a visualization that is meant to help you own whatever feelings are coming up… Read more

  • Would a Better Tool be Your Perfect Christmas Gift?

    November 29, 2019 by

    A few weeks ago, my mom asked me: Would you like a vacuum cleaner for Christmas this year? Normally, a vacuum cleaner is not high on my list of Christmas must have gifts. I tend to like frivolous, sentimental or romantic gifts. Not a tool for Christmas. If you’re someone who loves tools, you are… Read more

  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    November 27, 2019 by

    Thank you so much for being part of the Restorers Corner community of friends and supporters. I am so grateful for your attention and all the good you are, and the beautiful, healing, creative actions you take in our shared world. With the help of my friend, pianist and composer Joe Malambri, I created a… Read more

  • Mindful Music and Meditations

    November 11, 2019 by

    Undoubtedly, you have your own rituals and traditions for approaching the upcoming holiday season. If you’re anything like me, you love this time of year. I first started working with my friend Joe Malambri many years ago because I wanted to learn how to play Christmas carols on the piano. Somehow, we shifted into writing… Read more

  • The Benefits of Mindful Living

    November 5, 2019 by

    We are in that time of year when our resolve to stay mindful, can fall off, and sometimes disappear. This is a good to remind ourselves, why we have chosen practices that allow us to keep our focus centered on what matters most. Your reasons to follow any type of mindfulness practice may vary. Maybe… Read more

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