Below are a collection of videos featuring Jane as a storyteller, sharing her sacred gifts and dance, and in service of missions and causes close to her heart.
Jane Sibbett on Good Day Sacramento Part 1
Jane Sibbett on Good Day Sacramento part 2
Jane Sibbett on Manopause Podcast
Jane Sibbett on The Today Show talking about Friends
Jane Sibbett on The Today Show w/ Jessica Hecht, Elliot Gould for Friends
Jane Sibbett & Kai Gaines – Mom and Son Chat
Please consider how you might malama the aina or care for the land next time you dance upon the earth. This could be picking up trash as you travel about, thanking the water as you refill reusable bottles, giving a hand to the caretakers of the land, water, and sky, recycling, donating time to our precious resources, planting trees or wildflower seeds, using holistic, non-toxic products in your home or garden.
Supporting organic, local farmers, carpooling, and even something but powerful as blessing the food and liquids you ingest every meal.
We all need to take care of one another much better, and simultaneously we need to take good care of our home.
It starts here.
Malama the aina.
Jane dancing on the banks of the English Sea
I heard “malama.” “Malama is the Hawaiian word meaning to take care of, to serve and to honor, to protect and watch over. Thus Malama is thought of as a benevolent value of stewardship with compassion.” (From Managing with Aloha (Chapter 15, preamble)
How does this concept of malama impact you as you watch or dance here with pure Source in the ashes of land or life in evolution? As you watch this, does do you feel compassion fire up within you, too?
From the Blog
How are you? I’ve just returned from warm and sparkling Southern California, where I’ve been celebrating my precious granddaughter’s first birthday, then adding my love and cheer to a dear friend’s launch of her Mighty Gorgeous book, and then wrapping my...
Can you feel the change in the air? The leaves have barely begun to turn here in Northern California, but I felt it in the cozy, thick blanket of fog when we drove over the San Francisco Bay Bridge last weekend. When I walked with Blue in the dry creek bed earlier...
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Here in the United States, it is Thanksgiving Day, and while the history of this holiday is not all it was taught to be when I was a child, I would love to reclaim the core value of what was and still is most important to me—expressing gratitude. So, here I go...
Dear Friends, Could I BE any more human this week? I wrote the following two days ago and am sharing at the encouragement of Source to remind you how Source and our creative forces keep us shoulder to shoulder, spiraling past, present, and future in the wild, wild,...