Judging Others, Judging Ourselves

I've been thinking about resolutions and realizing how easy it is for our minds to judge everything around us. It's natural to judge strangers and friends and family .. what people wear and do and say .. and all this can spin our mind in circles, causing clutter and cacophony.

What if all this judging was a manifestation of judging ourselves?

What if we stopped judging others and ourselves?

What if we started with a minute, then tried an hour and eventually, over time, a day?

How would that change our energy?

This week I'm going to try. If it sounds interesting, I invite you to join me. And let me know how it goes by writing to

Come play with us in Montauk

In June we'll gather twenty amazing people. To enjoy yoga and meditation by Ally Bogard. And haute cuisine by chef Daphne Cheng.

In a private home by the ocean.

Our theme will be lila. Lila is creative play. It's about releasing limiting beliefs. Trying new things. And surrendering to joy.

It's the perfect start to summer. The weekend of June 2nd-5th, with an option to stay with us for the week.

Join us. 

We only have twenty spots for this retreat. We'll give priority to everyone who emails us today. 

Come head to the sand and play with us. Email to learn more and reserve your spot.