Linnea George

- November 10th, 2016 Post Election Meditation

This meditation takes about 15 minutes. Give yourself that time. See what happens. First, take 10 deep breaths. Connect to your inner self; Breath new oxygen into the parts of your body that feel tense. While you think or read these words aloud, be aware of your breath and constantly re-visit those areas of tension with new breath and ease.
 
Part one: Peace For Yourself. It starts with YOU.

I wish myself complete peace in my body. I wish myself a feeling of satisfaction and bliss with my environment. I wish unity between my actions and my dreams. I wish unity between my spiritual life and my physical life. I wish unity between my thoughts and God’s thoughts.

I wish myself rest and peace. I wish myself health and beauty. I wish myself a creative outpouring and productivity that blesses myself blesses my family blesses God and blesses the people around me. May I let go of the fears that stop me from creative; May the unity in my life that points others to God.

May I resolve my anger, may I resolve my bad will towards others, may I easily forgive and let go. May I not be lead by fear or by my Ego, but by the courageous and silent Spirit of God. May I be honest with Money and learn how to spend the Money God has gifted me with respect. May I resolve the conflicts that I have against myself, against God, against my family, my friends or the environment around me.

May I practice gratefulness. May I recognize the goodness in my life. May I practice love and forgiveness. May I resolve any regrets that haunt me and take a giant step towards myself, towards God and towards other human beings today.

Part two: Peace for your inner circle.
This is for the people that you interact with in a daily basis. Close Family or Friends. Use the above meditation for your friends.
Example: 

I wish my daughter complete peace in her body. I wish her a feeling of satisfaction and bliss with her environment. I wish unity between her thoughts and God’s thoughts.

I wish her rest and peace. I wish her health and beauty. May she let go of the fears that stop her from being creative; May the unity in her life point others to God…

Part 3: Meditate for your outer circle.
Wish these things for your school, your workplace, your theatre group, your grocery store, the places you go that effect your daily life.
 
Part 4: Meditate for your city or your country.
This has been my favorite part (besides part 1) b/c I feel like I’m actually making some difference in a world that feels too heavy to hold and too painful to touch.
Example:

May the people of the US resolve their anger, may they resolve their bad will towards each other may the people of the US easily forgive and let go. May they not be lead by fear or by their Ego, but by the courageous and still Spirit of God.  May the US be honest with Money and learn how to spend the Money God has gifted them with respect. May the US resolve the conflicts that they have against themselves, against God, and against each other.

- October 1st, 2013 Latest Role: Mom

Oh yes. Kira Lily Kupfer, born May 15, 2012. This is one of my most challenging roles yet and I write about it here.

- March 23rd, 2013 Director at Starting Arts

I have the privilege of working with Buchser Middle School and the talented Starting Arts Staff to produce Dracula.

- April 23rd, 2012 Assistant Director at Opera San Jose

Who doesn’t love a little bit o’ Faust? Enjoying every minute assistant directing with Brad Dalton.

- October 23rd, 2011 Assistant Director at West Edge Opera

Having fun at West Edge Opera assistant directing Ariadne auf Naxos with Mark Streshinsky!

 

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“That’s a hard role. You found things in that role that no other production has.”

- Anthony Clarvoe–on my performance of Toria Bruno in Ctrl+Alt+Delete

“George’s performance is easily the most compelling as [she] disappears into her role”

- Steven James-Broken Arrow Ledger

“Linnea George plays the blonde mystery woman with a mixture of calm self-assurance and ironic self-effacement”

- Kevin Kirby-Palo Alto Weekley

“Ursula…played with a flair for comedy by Linnea George”

- Flora Lynn Isaacson-San Francisco Bay Times

“Linnea was wonderful…She’s professional, funny, and a very talented actress & singer…I hope to have another, if not many, opportunities to work with her again”

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