I’ve gotten push back lately from friends about my activism…about speaking out politically, about calling for equality for all, of recognizing my privilege. All topics many people don’t like talking about online. They claim it doesn’t make a difference, doesn’t change anyone’s mind, or isn’t positive (especially since I am a meditation teacher I should…Read More
Love isn’t yours…it belongs to the world. This came to me in my meditation this morning, on Valentine’s Day. I have never been a fan of Valentine’s Day, probably because I never seem to have one. But what if love doesn’t really belong to you. What if it belongs to all of us. What if…Read More
A poem I wrote about my divorce that was published on Elephant Journal. A Different Example of Love. How do you know when it’s over. When it’s done. When you can no longer pretend. No longer will your feelings to change. When your desire for love, life, passion Are stronger than words uttered in a…Read More
I wrote this post in 2015 and submitted it to Elephant Journal for publication. I had no idea how much it would resonate with others. It’s been viewed over 1.5 million times and shared another 250,000 across social media platforms. I feel grateful and humbled to know that others share similar challenges and feelings about life.…Read More
One of my favorite people is Danielle LaPorte. I subscribe to her newsletter, take part in her women’s writing group, and have been to in person workshops. Her book, The Desire Map, is one of my all time favorites. She is a visionary who talks clear and straight, with compassion and kindness. In one of…Read More
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I’m Adrienne. I’m an observer. Meditation Teacher. Cognitive Scientist. Pause Button Pusher. Curator. Mindful Technologist. Conversation Starter. Digital Anthropologist. Awareness Guide. Explorer of the Soul. Mindfulness Coach.
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