Contact All inquiries should be sent to tracycochran1 [@] gmail.com. 16 replies on “Contact” Hi Tracy, I am enjoying your blog posts. I would like to cross-post many of them on my New Thought website http://www.livingagreaterlife.com. I feel that you would be add a great voice and in return you will increase your audience. Each post will have your pic and a link back to your site. Let me know what you think. Many thanks. In Spirit, Doug 951-760-1680 Hi Doug, I am very happy to share my posts with a link back to this site. Thanks! Tracy Tracy, Your blog resonates, and I’ve listed it as a link in mine. Visit when you have a moment: http://www.annehodgeswhite.com. Remember you will always be welcomed in Boston, and one of these days, when the stars align, we’ll extend a formal invitation. Anne Hi Anne, What a nice message to find on my return from a trip. Your blog is beautiful! I would love to visit sometime. Tracy Tracy, Your blog resonates, and I have listed it in my links on my blog. Visit it if you have a moment: http://www.annehodgeswhite.com. Remember that you will always be welcomed in Boston, and one of these days, when the stars align, we will issue a real invitation and hope that you will come. Anne Hi! Tracy I would like to chat up with you or speak with you & look at opportunities to collaborate or synchronize our thoughts of Parabola being available in India. Look forward. Regards, Abhijit I would love to talk about making Parabola available in India, Abhijit. Ok, this is great; so how should we start the conversation & what preparation you want from our end. Thanks for a prompt response/revert. Really appreciate Tracy. Regards, Abhijit Hi Abhijit, It would be great to know a little more about what you have in mind. Where are you based? Are you thinking about digital or print subscriptions or about reprints? I look forward to hearing from you. Best wishes, Tracy Hi Tracy What a wonderful discovery of your meditation series at the Rubin Museum. I travel from the West Coast for work am happy to have attended your past two sessions. The lesson of starting new with a breath is beautiful and being able to share time In a quiet community in NYC is quite special. Kindest regards Aaron Thank you for these kind words, Aaron. Hello Tracy. I don’t know if you read these messages – still I write simply to say thank you. I recently found the podcasts of your meditation meetings at the Rubin. In the midst of some deep confusion, anxiety and sleeplessness, they have touched me so profoundly. There is something in your voice which is so soothing and your words are so beautiful. I have only just begun to practise again after an emotionally charged few years. Reflecting on your words about how the breath has been passed to us from the ancestors was so reassuring that I felt I began to come home. Despite my smiles, I realised I have been carrying around so much anger and sorrow over the past, that the profound sense of love I feel beneath it has been stifled. Sometimes this world can feel so cruel, that I forget how cruel I can be, simply by forgetting to let it be – even to forgive. Your words about remembering brought tears to my eyes and a gentle strength to my heart. I begin again. With enormous gratitude, best wishes Jonathan For some reason I have only just seen your replies so I realise you do read these messages which is wonderful! Dear Jonathan, Thank you for this beautiful note, so warming and heartening to read on this grey morning. This body really does come to us from the ancestors, and it can be a refuge. The simple act of remembering to come back to the experience of the present moment can remind us that under all our sorrow and anger and plain weariness there is a still a capacity to love this life. I feel so much evidence of the goodness of life and power of beginning again in your note. With warmest metta, Tracy I wake up in the middle of the night & something inside me is earning your words & your voice so I listen to it. There is something in it that due to lack of better words I am not able to tell you exactly what it is. All I know that they cradle me as if a baby is cradled in the arms of her mother. I look forward to Wednesday’s Rubin museum podcast specially when you’re the speaker. Your wisdom, sharing your personal experiences,& happy laughters feeds my hunger for knowledge (awareness) & joy. So I deeply appreciate what you bring to my life. I can only hope that one day when all my stars align I would be able to experience your being in person. And as for now I am perfectly content by your soothing/calming voice. Much much gratitude. In health. Lyla Please forgive me for the typo. Yearning. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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