Author Archives: Ken Gilbert
On January 3, 2015 I shaved for the last time this year. Preparing for a photo shoot with my wife and Forte Fotos. Ken Gilbert at Santa Barbara Mission – January 3, 2015 by Forte Fotos Then, preparing for DramaDogs’ February Shakespeare production of Jinny Webber’s “Tales of Woo & Woe: A Journey of the Heart” […]
Over the last year producing, directing and performing in two new projects of DramaDogs, a Theater Company: “Dance Me to the End of Love – 8 Short Plays by EM Lewis” and “Tales of Woo and Woe – A Journey of the Heart” (Shakespeare) along with the ownership of Ken Gilbert | EmBODYment (Somatic Education […]
The autumn shift of shortened days is only heightened with the change of hour at our clocks. The sun is lower in the sky and we sense a coolness at sundown. Preparing to hibernate and go “inside”.
As a man, a Theater Artist and Somatic Educator I stand in the circle of women everyday. In each circle I am received and accepted. I realize that this is who I am: a man who honors all women in their body•mind•emotion•spirit. I am a man who is a participant as teacher and guide to […]
How easy to be distracted into the thinking mind and neglect the integration of body•mind. To be split. Recently, reminding myself that I am in a body•mind•emotion•spirit relationship of self-discovery, self-healing and self-mastery. My practice is to be aware of body sensations and stop in the moment of “disconnect” from my body; remove the distraction […]
Being the extreme introvert that I am; I am adapting into a world of extraverts. I am in a great place of purpose – stepping onto the stage to be revealed and seen. Right now, DramaDogs does THEATER is what I am doing to compensate for my intense desire to hide into myself. On stage […]
Get to the doing part sooner; I love being in the non-doing of thoughts and feelings, however, it is in the doing that I am most alive. Recently home from New Zealand, training a Nia White Belt, I travel over the largest body of water on earth to find a bit more of myself standing […]