2022 Update: I’m incredibly excited to welcome you to Finding Light, my new website, creative platform, and brand. Finding an overarching theme that both tied together all of my recent creative work and served as my “Why?” and a call to action has been something I’ve wanted for years. Yet despite all the pieces being RIGHT in front of my eyes and ears and awareness, I couldn’t put the puzzle pieces together. It took the shock of a global pandemic for clarity to emerge (see my post on The Finding Light Origin Story to learn more) but it did and I’ve now I’m ready to birth Finding Light into the world at large and see where it all takes me!
To start, there’s more info on the concepts that underlie this site and my “Why?” on the Finding Light 101 and About Greg/FL pages, as well as a mini bio on the sidebar of this and all pages (below the main posts on mobile).
The menu links at the top of the site layout will take you to my work in various media including my photography, video production/editing, my podcast, and some writing, which I’m excited to return to after MANY years away from.
At launch, I populated the site with a dozen or so entries that I originally posted to my personal Facebook page during March and April 2020. I’ve started a FL Facebook page and I usually post photos to Instagram everyday. I’d love for you to like and follow those profiles respectively.
There’s also a tools section with links to tools for Finding Light that I’m creating as well as an outside resources page — a number of teachers and authors and healers and creatives who have influenced me over the past 10-15 years.
I’ve also written and recorded my first meditation (after 1,000+ hours as a practitioner and student), a guided visualization that I hope will offer some relief and solace to anyone wanting to find more light in their own lives. It’s free to anyone who signs up the eList; the form is located at the bottom of every page.
I’m incredibly grateful for the support of family, friends, and the various tribe members who have supported me on my journey through the years, a windy path that’s led to my desire to share my work with others in this way. My sincere hope is that I can in some small way help others find relief from suffering and to find more light in their lives. It’s something that I’ve needed greatly myself (and still do every single day) and so I look forward to sharing what I’ve learned on my journey. Won’t you join me?