Transformational Moments Blog

Below are upcoming events from people in the transformational community. (If you have an event to share in these monthly posts, you may submit it here.) Say YES to Your Life! - Manhattan: Monday Night Alive! Date: Monday, December 3, 10, 17,  2018  & January 14, 2019 Time: 7:o0 PM...

Dearest Friends, I am delighted to share my new album with you! It has a wonderful title and is called “Vom Läbe beschänkt.” This is Swiss German and it means something like “blessed/gifted by life” and expresses my gratitude towards my life in general. I am so...

“A Moment in Time,” is an Excerpt from Being Here…Too, Short Stories of Modern Day Enlightenment, Ariel and Shya Kane Get your copy of Being Here…Too. My brother Brian was born a year and a half after I was. My mom told me that when she brought...

---of chasing away my life! Waiting for that moment, ignoring, forgetting; letting slip away all the beautiful and sad ones in between. What use is perfection, if, in its quest, the process is only considered a chore, burden or intolerable. What if I sequester my smile, laugh and love; until...

“Life Is In the Blintzes,” An Excerpt from Being Here…Too, Short Stories of Modern Enlightenment, Ariel and Shya Kane Order your copy of Being Here…Too Today When my maternal grandmother, Dora, was a child, she came to America from a tiny village in Eastern...

Below are upcoming events from people in the transformational community. (If you have an event to share in these monthly posts, you may submit it here.) Say YES to Your Life! - Hamburg, Germany: Sag JA zu Deinem Leben mit Ariel & Shya Kane – LIVE in...

When moving through life with awareness, there are gems to be discovered each day, provided you look. It requires you to slow down and see what is right in front of you rather than racing forward to some “better” destination. It takes the willingness to...

An Excerpt from Practical Enlightenment I love my morning cup of Joe. Coffee and I have been friends for almost as long as I can remember. When I was a kid, I used to drink from my parents’ forgotten cups, pretending I was an adult. Coffee...