In recognition of my 64th Birthday, I offer a piece reflecting the paradox of living in time-bound bodies as timeless beings. This was shot at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah as a self-portrait on the iPhone 11 Pro. (Upgrading my phone also on the Birthday list!) Music: Recomposed by Peter Gregson from Bach cello suite Gigue 6.6 (Summer Tales Arrangement) https://petergregson.co.uk/
A New Years gift for 2023. Music by Bach. "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" Text excerpts from "Temple of Emptiness", a guided meditation by Mooji available on mooji.org Thank you Master for your grace and guidance. Shot in Utah
Shot while traveling in southern Utah around the Kanab area just after Halloween weekend 2021 with my granddaughter in Utah.
Music by John Rutter, Suite Lyrique, Rondeau Movement Harp - Catrin Finch, from the album "Blessing"
During the coronavirus pandemic we have been ordered to stay at home. But where is our true home? Is there a place in the home of our hearts where the rooms and walls and boundaries dissolve? This video is the expression of God's grace moving through this time of isolation to finding a greater unity within. May Grace prevail in whatever challenges you face. Song: "All the Saints and Sages Are Here" by Omkara and Omraj
This is my gratitude gift to Moojibaba and the Sangha following my stay in Monte Sahaja in Portugal after returning to Los Angeles. It was shot at Point Dume in Malibu. Jai Moojibaba! Mooji.org Song: "Evening Prayer" by Martin Rixen.
I stayed in Joshua Tree, California to attend via online a most beautiful Satsang retreat with Mooji held live in Portugal. Upon its close I went into the National Park and shot some video, alive in this heart of infinite Stillness. The music is an excerpt from the track "Morning Light" from the exquisite CD, The Calling, by the Armenian flute artist Karuna which features the voice of Mooji. (Available at mooji.org/shop) This video is my gift of gratitude to Moojibaba.
Shot during the Spring Equinox 2014, this is the second installment in a four part series honoring our Mother Earth's seasonal transitions. Music by J.S. Bach.
Shot during the Winter Solstice, 2013, this is the first installment in a four part series honoring our Mother Earth's seasonal transitions. Music by George Winston.
Shot as a tour through many of the Sedona vortex power centers integrating masculine and feminine energies in the sacred marriage of the heart.
Music by Jesse Kalu.
This sketch is a Yoga-Dance exploration of releasing and letting go of old ways of life during a personal time of transitions and invitation to new streams of life flowing in. Read the accompanying blog.
Music is by Phillip Glass from the Kundun soundtrack.
Beth the Sybil channels the awakening energy of Mother Earth, dancing the symbiotic relationship in which the Earth gives power to us to bear witness to her as she ascends to fifth dimensional consciousness.
Music by Greg Harris from the Beth the Sybil CD, "My King Nimrod, A Medieval Rock Odyssey" available at the Beth the Sybil store page.