April 22, 2010
Today marks the 40th Anniversary of the first Earth Day. Help make Earth Day 2010 a turning point to advance climate policy, energy efficiency, renewable energy and green jobs. Visit Earth Day Network, and join the more than one billion people in 190 countries that are taking action today.
You can add your voice by signing the Earth Day 2010 Climate Declaration.
Please join supporters this Sunday April 25 on the National Mall in Washington D.C. for a massive climate rally, featuring notable speakers and live music from Sting, The Roots, Jimmy Cliff and more. Click here for more info.
Our friends at Participant Media (“An Inconvenient Truth”) have a number of upcoming film projects. Opening today is the Disneynature documentary Oceans, a powerful film featuring spectacular never-before-seen imagery captured by the latest underwater technologies. To learn about the film and make a pledge to ensure healthy, clean oceans, visit savemyoceans.com.
Also, check out the documentary Climate of Change which highlights the efforts of everyday people in the fight against global warming. The film, narrated by actress Tilda Swinton, will be premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival and is also available via Video on Demand on most major cable systems
Over the past few years, while global CO2 emissions have continued to grow, the global temperature rise hasn’t kept pace, suggesting that excess heat energy is getting trapped somehow.
Scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) warn that this “missing” heat may be building up in the deep oceans or elsewhere in the climate system, and will come back to haunt us in the future.
March 7, 2010
10 days + magical snowy nights = Vipassana Meditation
a silent meditation course that drove you deep within.
Where to begin on translating my experiences within these last ten days? Much has happened to the roles of my emotions that have blindly tethered this life. I have been given the opportunity to become a little more affectionate with this kindred spirit bathing all around us. Wild and crazy were definitely supplied. A momentum of fear, pain, tension, release, camaraderie and most of all love and compassion.
The weather was so symbolic of our journeys as it snowned and stormed the first half and the latter sun and warmth. The food was prepared with such love that the vegetarian dishes just gifted us with comfort. The silence amongst halls and pupils brought the observations of how and what some did to keep the sanity. I.e the snowman creation reminded me of the movie Cast Away where Tom Hanks had a friend (the vollyball.)
My intentions are not to paint anything for you as it is best to experience it for yourself. Everyone that I spoke to on the last day had their own feedback and personal touch. If you’re interested in tapping within and experiencing something like no other than I encourage you to take that move forward. For more information link to the following: http://www.torana.dhamma.org/
May All Be Happy!
February 14, 2010
Sexy Friends + Sexy Food = Making Love in the Kitchen
This weekend I invited some friends to spend Valentine’s Day at my “Making Love in the Kitchen Workshop.” This workshop was a fun, practical, and inspirational approach to making love to healthy foods. Keeping it simple, natural, and fresh with an emphasis on food preparation that fuelled our bodies and nourished our soul. Thanks ladies for bringing it to a climax!
Making Love in the Kitchen Itinerary
Waiting for Your Affection: Ginger Goji Lemonade & Chewy Granola Bars
Massage Your Hands Into: Kale Pesto with Sliced Daikon
Kissing Lips With: Live Borscht with Cashew Cream
Passionate Love Making: Really Chocolate Pudding
December 1, 2009
Get Squeezed on the Truth
October 29, 2009
WE’RE NOT GOING TO TAKE IT!
STOP THE TOXIC VACCINE MADNESS
STICK YOUR NEEDLES ELSEWHERE!
NOT IN ME, NOT IN OUR CHILDREN!
All we need to do is to learn enough to help each other to boost our own self-awareness and esteem.
Here are some links with great articles and videos available to self-educate. Take part in your life!