Definition: Son of the Moon Goddess
In the 1960's I learned to scuba dive and I made some very close friends. It was during this time that I acquired a love of nature. My friends and I spent our free time camping and backpacking through the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
In the 1970's my friends (same ones) and I continued our passionate love for the outdoors. We canoed and inter-tubed our way many times down the American River. We also canoed the Snake River, climbed the Grand Tetons, and Yellowstone. We hiked and climbed in the permit only zones of Washington's Olympic Rain Forest. We climbed to well above the tree-line in the wilderness areas of the Canadian Rockies. It was here, on this extended five weeks in Canada's wilderness that the nature spirits, what my ancestors call the Fae, first made themselves known to me.
In the Late 1970s I spent some rather uneventful time in the US Navy.
Beginning in the early 1980's I was a published professional photojournalist and corporate photographer, living and working in New York City.
In the 1990s I turned my love of food into a profitable business and was the founder and executive chef of my own catering company. Later in the '90s and into 2000 I was the food service director and executive chef for several large companies.
I was married for thirty years. She left. Said goodbye to the kids in an email. All very abrupt. A long story of several long stories, that I will happily tell you, at a time of your own choosing.
Since the age of eight years old, I have had a daily meditation practice, and for over 30 years I have been an energy healer and teacher. I also practice and teach Pranayama, or sacred breath, meditation and energy work.
I was then, and still to this day, an avid bicycle rider. In fact I am fascinated by all things that are human powered. Going for walks, doing my meditation, pranic breathing, and my yoga practice are a big part of my life. All these serve to keep me centered and on my path in this lifetime.