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Love Flare

Image above: Veil of Love – How God sees us and wants us to see each other. Perfect love.

I may have mentioned it before but if not I’m taking part of a self-portrait project for a year. Each week there is a new theme hosted by NowYouWorkshops. I have loved taking pictures my whole life, but I’ve never been great at getting in front of the camera. As a commitment to myself and to the world to love myself more so I can shower others unconditionally, I’ve turned the camera on myself. I struggle with the ideas of vanity around this project but more and more I realize it is about acceptance and love. One frame at a time I continue to open to all of me and when I want to judge myself… for example…my not so pretty feet, I remind myself of how they keep me standing, having carried me so many miles, danced on stage for years as a child, endured being blistered and bruised, to name a few things. I come to appreciate what I have.

Posted on June 10, 2013 by Keli · 0 comments Read More

Namaste in Action

This image speaks all kinds of volume of love. I took it at a music festival that is family friendly to the max. This was a friend of a friend and her daughter. The little girl had been playing in the sand by a lake and was coming to say hello to her Mama. All I see is love in this image…pure unconditional love. I am grateful for this shot.

Posted on June 10, 2013 by Keli · 0 comments Read More

Baby’s Non-Judgment

This is a letter I wrote to some client’s of mine and I wanted to share.Aloha K.,

I wanted to share something with you since your baby sparked something within that is beautiful. Please share with [your husband] as well. I was thinking about how easy it is to look into a baby’s eyes and curious as to what that’s all about. [Your baby] K. reignited that feeling for me and had me thinking. It’s so different than looking into the eyes of an older child or an adult. It then came to me very quickly and fully. I probably already knew this, but it was reawakened within deeply. Non-judgment. There is no judgment staring back at me, just pure curiosity. It gives me hope knowing that I came into this world without any judgment and therefore can return to that state. It is my actual pure way of being.
Posted on October 25, 2012 by Keli · 0 comments Read More
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