• human programmer + coach
  • truffles from the Church of Chocolate
  • energy work with global impact
A Great Leap Upwards!

A Great Leap Upwards!

Are you 100% happy, healthy, passionate, and satisfied with your life? If not, we can clear the blocks in your bio-computers so that your natural gifts and genius can shine once more!

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Church of Chocolate

Church of Chocolate

Ready for some luscious truffles? At the Church of Chocolate, our motto is "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may diet!" Click on the link below to find out more -- and to order your truffles now!

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Teal Sheep Foundation

Teal Sheep Foundation

Dr. Kyre is the founder of Teal Sheep, a 501c3 nonprofit that pursues flights of fancy, and supports artists, healers and dreamers with radical notions for the social and environmental good. Read on...

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In the Morning, Every Morning

In the Morning, Every Morning Do you ever have those days when you went to bed sane and happy, and wake up unrested, lost, doubtful, unhappy, or just not ‘you’? It happens to us all – sometimes we get attacked in the night, sometimes we just lose track of who we are and what we’re…

Serendipity and Alignment, Part II

Serendipity and Alignment, Part II Yesterday, serendipity brought me to sit next to a fascinating fellow on a plane from Denver to Chicago – he was flying home to Chicago, and I was en route to Urbana IL. Knowing that I had a very tight gap between planes, I ‘heard’ (intuitively) to upgrade, and ended…

Serendipity and Alignment, Part I

Serendipity and Alignment, Part I Serendipity derives from a short story about three princes traveling to Serendip; their jaunt took in marvels and coincidences. When you’re in alignment with your own divine atomic blueprint of creation, then serendipity becomes your ground state, allowing for all manner of delightful synchronicity. It’s all about alignment – your…

FreeCell

FreeCell I like playing FreeCell – you know, the online version of Solitaire. I have it on my iPhone. When I can’t sleep, or when I’m winding down, it engages that left-side detail-oriented part of my brain and helps me – well, that hemisphere, really – to relax and stop fidgeting about the day. I…

The Joy of ReValuation

STOP and reVALUE Yesterday I was chatting on FaceBook with a friend in Malta who is struggling to create his workshops. He has a fabulous array of talents – and ideas – but finds it a huge challenge to work out the details. Clearly, he’s primarily a right-brained processor, living in a society or culture…

Snow and Silence

Snow and Silence It’s been snowing here in the wilds of Illinois – the first serious snow of the season, although it didn’t last as long as anticipated. Yesterday morning, I got to exercise unaccustomed muscles as I did my neighborly duty and cleared the front pavement. By the time I finished, the back porch…

Twelfth Night

Twelfth Night It’s true that Twelfth Night refers to the 12th day of Christmas, which (counting from 25.  December) means the 5th of January, and today is the 7th… but close enough. In two day’s time, there will be a Mathematician’s potluck at a friend’s house, so here is the opportunity to make a galette…

If I had it all my own way…

If I had it all my own way… I’ve been reading some intriguing work about the differences between men and women: The Keys to the Kingdom and The Queen’s Code, both by Alison Armstrong. (Her main website is www.understandmen.com if you’d like to find out about her research. I like that her books are framed…

Almost as good as chocolate!

As I looked for vegan recipes to make the holidays lighter and brighter, I came across this brilliant vegan interpretation of the traditional (steamed) Christmas pudding I enjoyed so much when I lived in England.  In fact, after my return to the US in 1992, we made and gave away dozens of small Xmas puddings…

Oooh, Slippers!

CROSS-OVER SLIPPERS FOR A CROSS-OVER CELEBRATION It’s less than a week before Christmas, and even though it’s not ‘my’ holiday, I like the giving that goes around at Midwinter. As a knitter, that means (typically) I choose a pattern and make about a dozen similar objects (socks, scarves, whatever) starting in August. This year I…