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Leeroneβ™‘ πŸ’‹πŸ’„πŸ’‹ 

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What do you see?

What do you see?

What do you see?

Hey, there's a drawing of me on a library card!? πŸ™

What does pretty mean? #auntNonni

Local coffee shop wisdom #MargaretMead

Come get your wild on and shake a tail feather with me this Saturday morning! I'll be DJing and holding space at Masonic Lodge with the LA Dance Collective from 10am-noon. LADC is a community owned & operated dance space. Yummy hand picked music by moi that will make your hips move and remind you how good it feels to have a body and to be alive. Saturday, December 10, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm, $15 @ Masonic Lodge, Culver City - 9635 Venice Blvd, Culver City, 90232. For more info: http://www.ladancecollective.com or message me. Xo, L

Singing a few songs tomorrow at the Blossomy event (Sunday 12/4), from 2-4pm @ the Masonic Lodge in Culver City located at 9635 Venice Blvd. Blossomy is founded and led by an amazing woman named Laura Price and its purpose is "to serve survivors of human trafficking and those vulnerable to human trafficking and gender based violence by providing access to healing and empowerment through creative programming for self expression and autonomy." Hope to see you and please check Blossomy out and make a donation.
http://www.blossomy.org/donate.html

Taking a moment to let Leonard Cohen's passing a little deeper into my heart and to connect with the gratitude I feel for the impact of his contributions on me. With deep gratitude, I hold you in my heart; "it's a cold and it's a broken hallelujah". Thank you for your songs, poetry, books and thank you for one of my favorite songs of all time, Hallelujah, which I feel came out of my very own depths. That's what makes it so damn perfect. Thank you for your presence and contributions in this world. I love the gifts that came through you. Good bye Leonard Cohen. You didn't know me, but maybe I knew a little bit of you and it sure touched me. πŸ˜₯πŸ’”πŸ™πŸΌπŸ™‹πŸ»πŸŽβ€οΈ

Post Election Workshop with moi tomorrow night; mine the juju and transform the chaos into raw power. Practice discerning between reactivity, which is an avoidance of oneself, vs. actually feeling the feeling that we are reacting to, which organically births our heart. Details on my FB page: Facebook.com/LeeroneLoves - Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 7-9pm @ the Den Meditation - 360 S La Brea Ave., LA, 90036, $25. Please RSVP, pay in advance and arrive at the Den by 6:45pm as we will start on time. Amazing & inspiring art by @_lauraberger_ , thank youπŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ’–

In Hillary's concession speech, she said "We have seen that our nation is more deeply divided than we thought." It is true and that divide truly begins within ourselves. We are getting to see our own internal divide (as well as our nations) through the outcome of this election. These barriers are just as much inside our internal terrain as they are reflected in our outer world, that's why they are reflected in our outer world. Let your heart break, let yourself grieve and cry and feel every last bit of what this outcome brings up for you, because in doing so, it will open you to the truth that the world needs you now, more than ever. You need more of yourself, now more than ever. Let yourself unravel and open in a deeper way to the truth that it is time to let your voice be heard and your light and leadership move in a greater way. And all of that begins with the work inside, healing the divide inside ourselves and from that healing, taking inspired action. We are being called to proactively "break down all the barriers that hold us back" (Hillary's words). That is an inside job, it is both an inside and outside job, but I feel compelled to make my voice heard and remind myself as well as anyone who cares to listen, that that divide and those barriers are inside of each of us and there is work to do both internally and externally to move ourselves and each other toward the healing and peace necessary for harmonious advancement and for a brighter, more loving world. So let yourself break open. It's takes immense courage to become sober and to allow yourself to see the truth of our inner and outer reality and to feel the full impact of it. Birthing hurts sometimes. And it's so worth it, what else is there to do?!

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