Metaphysical Musings

Solitaire

I play a lot of solitaire on the computer these days of restricted activity, mostly due to the pandemic. I use Jacquie Lawson’s website as the source for two different games: Spider and Klondike. Spider is the easier of the two; Klondike seems to depend even more on the way the cards are dealt, and…
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Soundtrack

Sometimes a piece of music seems to characterize a period in one’s life.  During the hospitalizations for nausea and vomiting that characterized my first weeks of cancer treatment last Fall, I listened over and over again to Mozart’s Requiem. There was a particular performance that I streamed.  It was a recording by Sir Neville Marriner…
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Loneliness or Solitude?

I have lived alone for the last twenty years, and mostly it has suited me. I seem, as a woman of mature years, to need, in equal measure. times of interaction with others and times by myself to recharge and reflect. I still teach college students and adults of other ages, so that stimulus is…
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What is “Beyond” in “Alexander Technique and Beyond?”

While my work is often healing in many ways, it is not in the form of treatments. Rather, each person gets to connect with their own Inner Wisdom through one of the modalities, and through practice, they can access this source of wisdom and healing for themselves. I am there both for instruction and support—a…
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