Raw, Vulnerable and Juicy

One of the most difficult things about being a pioneer and living guided by the inside-out, is the loneliness of it.  The path is windy, sometimes very dry and rocky and always filled with surprises. When you travel the less travelled road, you meet up with your own self imposed limitations. When you follow the “popular”  route,…

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The Temple is Entering It’s Final Phase

This is a photo of the mosaic that will adorn the entryway to my home and the permanent center of Voices of Eden. I am making good on my promise to revive the music of Miriam from the Ancient temple, which by the way, you can read an excellent review of at: http://bethanymagdalene.blogspot.com/2007_02_01_archive.html Once the…

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Music From Antiquity – Builds Confidence, Reduces Stress

Rain poured down in biblic proportions upon the mystic city of Safed, home of Jewish mysticism. Yet no amount thunder, lightning, sleet or hail could dampen the spirits of the multifaith ethnic music orchestra members who were about to make their debut performance in the college auditorium.As waves of people entered, the auditorium alchemically transformed…

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