Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wandering in the Desert – the new book (part 1)

Antecdote: Last night I was at a booksigning at Book Soup in West Hollywood. The author, Laini Taylor, (Daughter of Smoke & Bone ) was delivering a fascinating description of her writing process including the facts the she writes without knowing … Continue reading

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October 21 – Munich – the divine dissatisfaction

I’ve been on the road since October 5th and now I am finally back in Munich (after 5 days in Moscow) with a chance for some relaxation, visiting friends and taking in the Bavarian countryside. And it’s at moments like … Continue reading

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October 17 – The Lure of Red Square – and a memory

It’s Monday Morning in Moscow.  Dark and cold outside but hopefully the sun will come out soon because this will be a day of seeing the city. Red Square is beckoning again. It will be good to be back there. … Continue reading

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October 13 – Where IS the Travis Technique?

On the Plane to Moscow – Where IS the Travis Technique? I’ve been in Munich for over a week teaching Master Classes in the Travis Technique, meeting with old friends, making new friends and then participating in a Teleseminar generated … Continue reading

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Munich – October 9 – what is this thing collaboration?

There’s an energy in the room when we are collaborating. How do you explain that? What is that electricity that vibrates between us as we share ideas? What is it that connects us as well all, consciously or unconsciously pull … Continue reading

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Munich – October 8 – just little amoebas

Jet lag is a wicked reminder of how terribly vulnerable we are. We are just little amoebas squiggling around on the ground in search of food or comfort. And then the Great Energy that created it all let’s us know … Continue reading

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Munich – October 7

The Blog posts over the next 2-3 weeks will be short, but pithy. Isn’t that a great word “pithy”? I am now on another of my European teaching tours. This one is short (only two weeks) and only two cities … Continue reading

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