Thursday, June 30, 2011

Back from Cannes, summer hiatus, Lunar Eclipse...

Hello all you wonderful people. 
Yes, Cannes was wonderful :) 

Save the date for July 14th - 
we'll be having a little celebration 
at the Pulse Music studios in Union Square
to re-live the dreams on the French Riviera. 

For now, 
looks like YIA is going to be on a little hiatus 
as the summer is upon us 
and we're getting things in order for 

For now, don't forget to breathe - just 3 breaths every hour
 (in thru the nose, out thru the nose) 
can even out your brain chemistry 
and get your endocrine system back into proper secretion 
(those adrenal glands are the ones that produce stress hormones that trigger fight or flight!). 

So take some time this summer to be good to yourself, 
and keep balance in mind 
as you maintain momentum towards your goals. 

And by the way, we have one more solar eclipse tomorrow. 

It's taking place this time in sensitive Cancer, which brings with it two polarizing forces: 
the need to break destructive patterns from your past, 
and the fear of change. 
By confronting your anxieties, 
you'll create new patterns, 
opening yourself up to interesting experiences, 
good habits and better relationships. 
So, rock on everybody! 

With love and respect for all, 

Thursday, June 16, 2011

This Lunar Eclipse: a time to release any negative energy

How's everyone been doing with the lunar eclipse we just had? 

This is a time to release negative energy, to release it in the light of the full moon which is still with us tonight. 
Say "be gone" just a few times as you think of what you want to release, and see it going from your life. 

Full moons and especially lunar eclipses are amazingly transformative times to become really clear in your vision, a vision that is unfettered by the chains of any lack or limitation (ie., negative energy). 

This is a time when the Earth's shadow completely blocks the moon – known as totality – that lasted a whopping 1 hour and 40 minutes. The last time the moon was covered for this long was in July 2000, when it lasted 7 minutes longer than that. 

The entire eclipse was a little over 5 1/2 hours and the effects of it's energy were mainly felt by those who could see it. North America didn't, and observers in Europe missed the first part of the show because it occurred before the moon rose. Eastern Asia and eastern Australia didn't catch the final stages, which happened after the moon set. 

Wild... check out the spiritual and global ramifications of this eclipse here:

With love and respect for all,