Month: April 2012

“When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” Lao Tzu

Chakra Muladhara

from four months later…it’s been a wild ride musically, professionally, and personally…

Thanks to the several folks who have emailed me over the past few months, whether you were curious where I went, suggesting sites or recordings, asking questions about past posts, or simply saying hello and introducing yourself. As after most major expenditures of energy (such as these past months), there is a lull – it settles to the base of muladhara where the energy needs to slowly seep upward, branching into each limb…but I have a feeling that this time, it is going to take a while. It sounds shabby, but giving in to self-doubt has a way of getting under your skin regardless of how thickly you’ve built it up. I think my goal is to learn to trust myself, and not to conform to a typical way of being even if the result would be more lucrative or more validating. I need..need.. to re-ground myself into a manner of staying present, so taking a break is important so that I can take a step back, let go of anger, and attempt to nurture whatever is left so that this self-sabotaging pattern of mine dwindles away. I hope that by returning to center, the one goal of this summer, I will eventually be able to exhale. For now as long as the inhale is still happening, I’m good.

In the coming month, I’ll share several photos and experiences from thus far in 2012. Most have been utterly lovely…

Namaste –