This week’s show welcomes back Phyllis Hjorth, artist and bodyworker, who shares about her current exhibit, “A year in my Mother’s Life” 1924 currently on exhibit at Taste Buds Cafe in Red Hook with an opening reception this Friday, October 20th from 4-6pm. We get a glimpse into Phyllis’ mom, and more specifically, the side of her that was often forgotten after having her children. Phyllis shows and shares about a few paintings inspired by her mom’s college “yearbook,” and then we get a glimpse into Phyllis’ life, her study of interconnection, the time she spends at Kunzan Palchen Ling, a Tibetan Monastery in Red Hook, and how she got into bodywork.
My pre-show chat with Warren talks about tips to happiness: confidence, trust the process – letting go, seek out healthy relationships, practice kindness, stay the course…
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Our show music is from Shana Falana!
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