Welcome to my Linkletter

Last week's Linkletter went into your spam folder, so I am cutting back on images + links in hopes this doesn't continue to happen. Let me know where this lands!

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The entranceway to our homes separates us from public life to our private world. We frequently change our appearance and behavior as we transition through this threshold. A visual cue, outside or in, at your door may help us thrive and live our best selves.

You may consider

Something from nature

A written word or quote

A photograph or piece of art

A talisman like a horseshoe, bell, statue, or mirror

Rituals and Beliefs belong to all of us.

Let's embody them.

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This Ganesha on the left was at the entrance to our home in Bali. In Hinduism he represents

prosperity and happiness.

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Book of the Century

Warning: This book may change the way you sleep, wake, exercise, breath, eat and think

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How much do you know about your nose? While I knew that breathing through the nose during yoga was essential, I had no idea its importance for the rest of my life.


I read this book.

I told everyone about it.

I taped my mouth.

I reintroduced pranayama practice.

I frequently check that I am breathing

through both nostrils.

I chewed longer.

I stopped talking so much.

Hear him via podcast if the book seems an arduous task

In 2020 with Joe Rogan and more recently

with Elise Loehnen.

Thank you, Mr. Nester.

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Restorative Yoga

After the birth of my twins, Supta Baddha Konasana saved my mental health and physical body. This posture, and others from the Restorative Yoga tradition, rejuvenates, restores, and nurtures us so much.

I collaborated with my talented friend Scott Davis to share our love and knowledge of this powerful practice in a Yoga Deck.

To learn more or to purchase

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Nuisance Bear

Jack Weisman

Gabriela Osio Vanden

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Meditating daily. It's hard.

As a flawed human, I need to practice maintaining a baseline of sanity and friendliness. I found shifting my mindset from routine to ritual supported my journey to a daily sit. Create a simple ceremony before you start that resonates with you.

Meditating daily. It's lonely.

Find people.Share the journey.

Check out this refreshing community of like-minded journeyers who welcome all explorers each Monday night

at 7:30 PM EST via Zoom (1.5 hours)

Join our CEC Inspired Ottawa-based group each Tuesday night at 8:00 PM EST via Zoom (40 minutes)


Until next time,


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