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Dear Friends,

We experienced a beautiful new moon and solar eclipse while celebrating Passover and Eid after Easter. How was that experience for you? 

Thinking of you as I continue to experience letting go of what is and trusting that all is happening for me, not to me. Funny enough I wrote about this in “four steps to flow” and it’s comical how it feels completely foreign to me four years later. 

The process of taking time away for the last eight weeks has been discombobulating. I experienced a dismantling of what I have known and believed. An emptying out of what was, to open space for a new way of being.
I felt a coming home to my authentic being without any need to do or become. I feel free to be myself without holding back or longing to be understood.

Do you feel free to be authentic? What is holding you back? Do you still feel a need to do or become?

What would it feel like if you trusted the world to see you?

I feel untethered as Michael Singer shares in his beautiful book “the untethered soul”.  I remember reading this during my cancer treatment and experiencing a lightness and aliveness that I had never known. It was confusing as I was supposedly “dying,” yet I felt like a butterfly, free of all the worldly constructs that I was carrying until my health challenge forced me to let it all go.

Sending you love and kisses from afar as you consider this invitation to allow yourself to just be you. As Thomas Merton says “just be you as everyone else is taken”.

With love and gratitude,


What’s Serving You and What’s Not ?

How can we live a life in alignment from a physical, mental-emotional and relational perspective, if we don’t have a clear picture of our current state of being?

How optimized are your sleep, nutrition, movement, environment, life, hormones, cognition and stress management?

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Food for thought

No Man Is an Island : Well-Being as a collective 

Collective wellbeing can be extremely undervalued especially in our culture prone to individualism.

Find out how we may be able to fix it. 

The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Longest Scientific Study of Happiness 

The Good Life reveals  that relationships matter most. Friendships, family, work associates, and different typs of relationships that contribute to a good life. Dr Mark Schulz unpacks the idea of social fitness and how we build it through reflection and awareness.

Listen to it here.

Study Suggests We Haven’t Reached the Maximum Human Lifespan

The findings are based on an analysis of mortality rates going back more than three centuries across 19 countries.  there is a difference in life length based on individuals’ birth years.

Read more here

Outlive : The Science and Art of Longevity. 

Wouldn’t you like to live longer? And better? In this operating manual for longevity, Dr. Peter Attia draws on the latest science to deliver innovative nutritional interventions, techniques for optimizing exercise and sleep, and tools for addressing emotional and mental health.
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Quotes to Inspire

One macronutrient, in particular, demands more of our attention than most people realize : not carbs, not fat, but protein becomes critically importance as we age.”

                             – Petter Attia, MD

“Authenticity is the state of being in which head and heart are united. Living in flow is to be genuine.”

                                                    – feisal alibhai

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