The Blank Canvas

I spent most of today, a day off, facing a blank page – just like the blank canvas facing all of us humans fortunate enough to wake and begin anew. Right out of the gate, we are all off to a fresh start. Except it didn’t feel fresh and new. I didn’t feel fresh and Continue reading


I AM Free…Please Join Me

Do you have a voice that says you cannot do or be what you dream? Does your Mind tell you, you need to struggle? Wouldn’t it be great to silence that voice? What about the fears that are telling you to stay small? I want to create a bridge for you between what you think Continue reading


Take the HeartGlow Challenge: Wear White for Peace

We, at the HeartGlow Center, strive to make our world a better place through our dedication to conscious living. We promote love, unity, diversity, holistic wellness, understanding, and peace. We celebrate family, friends, animals, freedom of expression and our environment…we celebrate life. At this time of great unrest in our world, we ask you to Continue reading


How a Good Golf Story Can Become Much More in the Hands of a Master

On April 12th of this year I sat in a local pub and watched the Master’s Tournament, live from Augusta, Georgia. I am not a golfer, nor have I ever been a fan and up to recently, I would have have likened viewing a televised game to watching paint dry. But there I sat transfixed. Continue reading


Spirit Beauty: A New Found Safety

How do you currently define “security”?   If you look around in this present moment what are you plugged into that gives you the greatest sense of security? Take a moment and reflect on this question.  The first thing you might tune into is your current job or career.   It supports you and brings Continue reading


On the Cover: The Art & Spirit of Elizabeth Harper

The Goddess of Transformation “What the caterpillar calls death, the master calls the butterfly.” The wings of the butterfly are predominantly violet, the color of transformation and change. Shifting to magenta the tips of her wings reflect the next stage of movement after rest. Her green eyes see the light of a fresh beginning, prepared to Continue reading


Putting Your Passion to Work

  We leisurely stroll through life and think, “I know what passion is.” Your initial memory of passion may be your very first girlfriend…in second grade. The next: maybe a trading card collection or bag of marbles. Passion can be a fickle and fleeting thing. One day you’re excited, animated and motivated. The next, you Continue reading


Love and the Natural World in Mary Oliver’s Blue Horses

Reviewed by Teresa Piccari BLUE HORSES By Mary Oliver Published October 14 2014 Penguin Press ISBN: 978-1-59420-479-1      $24.95 In Blue Horses, her new poetry collection released in mid October, lyric poet Mary Oliver continues her conscious relationship with the natural world, embraces a new love as she approaches 80, and encounters cancer. In Continue reading