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December 1, 2019

My favorite early morning ritual has been to wake up and take an upright seat on my couch with legs crossed beneath me, close my eyes (or stare at the flickering tree branches back-lit out the dark window) and breathe all the way down into my kidneys.

Your kidneys are located at the back of your body tucked (mostly) beneath your low ribs. Another way to find them is to grab onto the natural curve of your waist (where your waist turns inwards) then dart your thumbs up. You are now approximat...

January 1, 2017

This picture illuminates the view from my Center City office, up in the clouds on floor 15. I wanted to share it with you because though the days are short and the dark comes quickly, the warmth of the light is so astounding to me. Patients with 4:30 or 5:00 appointments have really been loving watching the light change while they lie down with needles in.

I've been working with lots of people lately around big changes that they want to make in their lives and the fear and uncertainty that...

December 1, 2016

Winter is a super fierce season (I lived in Maine for two short years and was completely in awe of the audacity and sheer force that is winter) that brings up all sorts of feelings.

Fear, scarcity, anxiety, depression and dread. And also awe, wonder, mystery, intrigue, and calm.

Winter itself is a commanding (and demanding) season. Winter forces us to come face-to-face with our own limitations. You can freeze to death, or (in the era before big box stores and bodegas) run out of food.


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