Ah. Who will you be, indeed? Just choose, then choose. Then choose again.
I learned the evocative phrase pregnant moment from my former employer, musical collaborator and dear friend Ricardo Accorsi. Deeply creative, equal parts brilliant architect, artist, and musician, he’s gone now. But his way with language—and life—inspires me still.
Because these days I believe every moment is in fact chock full of new possibilities. And that at our best and most objective, we get to choose who we’ll be in each. Not that this is necessarily easy, but it can be a meaningful endeavor.
Every moment is chock full
of new possibilities.
With the magnificent capability of choosing our way as context, what energy, ideas, thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and intentions will we bring to the delicious potential of the present? Continue reading “Who Will You Be in This Pregnant Moment? Just Choose.”
I wrote this homage to my dear friend Ricardo Accorsi in the spring of 2014.
In a nutshell
Ricardo Accorsi was a brilliant architect, prolific artist, and badass musician. In 2010, after the Great Recession smacked down every construction-related profession, Ricardo closed his Los Angeles architecture studio.
Undaunted and in fact energized, he and his lovely lady Linda Parker bought their dream boat, named her Bailando, and left to sail the world. Continue reading “Homage to My Beautiful Friend Ricardo Accorsi”
I’m meditating on kindness after an immense experience I just had with an extraordinary friend as he moved on from this life. Incredibly hard, and incredibly moving.
After being diagnosed with ALS, Ricardo Accorsi and his fiancé Linda Parker made the inspired decision to settle in Hawaii, ultimately on the beautiful island of Kauai. I’m an enthusiastic traveler with more and more experiences under my belt, but I hadn’t been there. I wanted to go, but not like this. Continue reading “Meditating On Kindness – 4 Takeaways from Kauai in the Midst of Heartbreak”
My explorer friends Ricardo Accorsi and Linda Parker introduced me to the wild work of Gregg Braden, and I took these notes at the end of 2014. I was reflecting on my year while listening to the last chapter of his audiobook, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief.
Gregg Braden’s work excites me because he integrates cutting-edge science with ancient wisdom traditions. He writes about all that beautifully. And he’s a powerful narrator.
So I say the resulting coaching can help us shift beliefs and patterns to create what we want most in our precious lives. As you read, imagine applying these “15 Keys of Conscious Creation” to your life and goals. Continue reading “Gregg Braden’s 15 Keys to Conscious Creation”