Tag Archives: melody

Feet on the Ground

Grounded Expansion

In this fast-paced world, I hear a lot of people talking about needing to get grounded. At the same time, there is such a need to expand out in the world it almost seems like a paradoxical position, like we’re being pulled in two different directions. The powerful thing about music is that there can […]

His Holiness Dalai Lama

Shift Into Happiness!

His Holiness the Dalai Lama was in Honolulu a few months ago. After a private meeting with some people here on the island, he held a press conference. In the press conference, one of the reporters asked him, “You smile all the time. Are you really happy all time?” The Dalai Lama, in his playful, […]

One of a Kind John Dumas Flutes

Two New Flutes

My friend Kathy Sampeck and I have been talking a lot about flutes lately. Native American-style flutes, bamboo flutes . . . for some reason, their beautiful sound and rich melodic tone have been tapping me on the shoulder as though I needed deeper connection with this energy. During my last trip to the Washington, […]