New Work– Transcend by Beleszóve Foldlanya 12″ x12″, Acrylic. 2018 Artwork and accompanying story for sale, inquire with the artist Transcend- We like to believe we arrive in this world as a blank slate, fresh and new. But some of us come into this life with blocks. Sometimes big, towering, solid black blocks; whether through epigenetic carrying of intergenerational trauma, being pre-disposed to depression, anxiety … Continue reading Transcend- new artwork
One of my hobbies is to make inspirational “posters” or whatever they’re called from photos I’ve taken, and pair them with little nuggets of wisdom from myself and others (despite my rudimentary skill in graphic and web design). I’m feeling a sense of abundance today and I’d like to share the wealth. Feel free to download. If reposting, please use proper attribution. Download- Scared is Sacred downloadable … Continue reading Freebie– Inspirational Posters for You to Download for Free!
I woke up this morning with a fresh perspective to my recent baffling challenges– remembering a vision from a Hebrew Priestess Journey where I was a piece of copper being hammered, this morning i realize that every knock or bang or being hammered by Life, is really just forging my Instrument and the instrument that is being created is developing a beautiful, clear, strong sound; … Continue reading Sunday Morning Darshan
Who am I? I am not this body. Who am I? I am not this lifetime. Who am I? I am not these circumstances. Who am I? I am not these thoughts. Who am I? I am not this personality. Who am I? I am not this struggle. Who am I? I am this Love. I am this breath. I am this unfolding. Who am … Continue reading I Am….. a poem
This was a piece I felt inspired to create for Rosh Hashanah 5772 in 2011. The poem being read is by Kohenet Rabbi Jill Hammer, and was edited and creatively improvised for the dance. I listened to and danced the poem every day for the month of Elul, until the piece was birthed in this form. When delving into spiritual matters, I really … Continue reading Ram’s Horn Choreo Poem