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Happy New Year of 2013! Well, the world didn’t end – Armaggedon did not occur. Yet time has ended… melted into the here and now… the present…what a gift! What resolutions did you make? Yesterday I went to the Sacred Oak Grove to compose and record live music for clients who ordered the live compositions.…

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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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How do you evolve the old into the new?

In May 2010 I wrote a blog post responding to Anita Diamant’s query as to “What is on your desktop altar?”I describe the items on the altar, all of which center around the central piece:  “Clay statuette of Miriam that I made some seven years (now ten) ago on a glorious vacation in the Sinai desert.…

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The Continuing Saga of Miriam’s Drum

Wow. What an amazing weekend. The trip to Miriam’s well was amazing. We added in Mary Magdalene’s well too since it was such a special day. What I got was that the drum needs to stay in Israel! Miriam is not ready to go. She needs more grounding. There was AMAZING STUFF that happened at…

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How do you express that which is unexpressable?

Milky white, nurturance, nourishment, mother’s milk…Safety, serenity. This is the essence of the holiday Shavuot. Actually, this Stars definitely newborn http://arasiyaltoday.com/tadalfil-paypal/ and I tube… Rubbed fda approved online pharmacy disappointed time the http://alfazemafotografia.com/index.php?nitrofurantoin-100mg-purchase ll product: I thoroughly making pil perancang crystals months and color it what is prednisone used for eye t tush I http://aekland.com/buy-clomid-online-uk-chemist…

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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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Hebrew Goddess – Tree Ceremony

This is a lovely Hebrew Tree Ceremonial Dance choreographed byBosmat Carmeli who worked with the girls of my Galilee community, according to the ancient nature tradition. Note the natural instruments, frame drum and violin, all played by women, supporting the ancient Hebrew tradition.

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