This past week, a few unexpected moments manifested themselves and I was forced to quickly change direction.
It was Dr. Wayne Dyer who once said, “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” Truer words have rarely been spoken.
The first day of fall in the northern hemisphere is this Wednesday, the autumn equinox, where night and day are equal when the moon embraces the sun. It is a balance of light and dark.
The Harvest moon rises right after sunset creating an abundance of bright moonlight early in the evening, which traditionally aided the fall harvest.
Today I want to acknowledge this High Holy day. Yom Kippur begins this evening at sundown. Yom Kippur is considered the most important holiday in the Jewish faith.
I often contemplate different religious traditions and the diversity that various cultures provide us.
A September birth flower, the Morning Glory, serves to remind us that fall and cooler weather are on their way.
Because morning glory petals open in the morning, they are considered a sign to pause to soak up the sun and its healing energies.
Syzygy Dance Project (SDP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that transforms lives through dance movement. We offer regular dance classes to the public and outreach dance classes for inmates, veterans, recovering addicts, chronically ill patients, and the elderly.
Syzygy Dance Project
P.O. Box 2532
Sausalito CA 94966