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Ways To Develop A Third Eye

Posted Jan 22 2009 6:47pm
Hello my friends!

It's been awhile...again, sorry.
So let's hope that rambling & rant about work is somewhat entertaining:

Thought I would share with you my newfound way of developing my third eye- now I don't mean a spiritual insightful third eye, I mean a giant carbuncle smack dab in-between my brows where a third eye would be...a surefire way to do so- work on a big production shooting in Los Angeles & Palm Springs and two other shoots in NYC at the same exact time.

Don't even know where to begin so will just try to relay the succession of work:

-am producing a big shoot with celebrity out in Los Angeles in a modern loft/house, begin looking into locations, flights, hotels and pulling the rest of the crew needed such as photo assts, catering, prop stylists, permits, vehicles...
-shoot in LA gets moved to Sarasota, FL. Start process all over but in Sarasota.
-shoot gets moved back to LA...back to original requests.
-so in the last week, I have been looking at tons of gorgeous homes, but never seemingly right for the clients...we finally find one, but it doesn't have a tennis court...need to find a tennis court, but it has to really nice and it had to be close by...of course the perfect court they love is in a Beverly Hills house, where the logistics of getting everyone from the the first house to BH shouldn't take too long, but because the traffic in BH is a nightmare- the perfect court is nixed and we are back to the drawing board...

I can't go on describing this, it's just tedious- you get the idea. Just picture this process and now also apply it to models that I need to cast for this project and apply this process again to a second catalog shoot in Palm Springs with location, models etc...and of course, there are so many other things to juggle like the celeb that we are shooting is 6'2 and I am trying to find a model that looks like her & has her measurements & plays tennis so that we can have a real look-alike to be the stand-in. There's also the aversion I have to ordering the catering on this shoot- the celeb likes ham & cheese. I have always tried to avoid any pork when I order so that I can at least save the pigs from the shoot...but they are forcing my hand on this one, all animals will be tortured for this one- dairy cows, pigs, chickens. There goes my hope to get catering from M Cafe.

Anyway, needless to say- I'm busy and happy to be this busy, but my stress level is off the charts. No time to cook, so thankfully I can order some good eats from Good Health on the Upper East Side. One night I was so exhausted, having sat in front of the computer for a good eleven hours straight (when you work from home, you never have the change to get up & chat with your co-worker by the water cooler...), my eyes were burning holes in my head. I needed some greens! Ordered a yummy black bean burger & a green veggie ginger juice. Yep, that set me straight again.

And to really set me back on the right path, yummy banana cream pie which doesn't look so pretty and tastes more like banana cheesecake- well whatever, it's vegan, it's creamy and it's good.

My only day working out of home was a big casting callback with clients-hectic, but again, have to make sure to eat right. Sneaky vegan that I am, I made them all order from Spring Street Natural which is a great place in Soho that serves vegan/vegetarian along with poultry & seafood. The clients were all looking to order burgers and such, but I conveniently could not find the other menus...I ordered cornmeal crusted tofu in mango-jicama sauce.
Some of us were really pooped at the end of a callbacks session...

And Booboo sits ever so patiently waiting for me to get up from the computer so that we can play...I always make sure to get some Booboo time in, it's my home office equivalent of gossiping by the water cooler.

Since I started this blog under the guise of a spiritual matter, it is only fair that I admit that this upcoming weekend I have signed up for a full weekend of reiki training. Reiki is a Japanese alternative healing practice similar to the laying on of hands where one channels healing energy towards oneself & to others. It is kind of crazy to sign up for 9:30-6:30 class on Saturday & Sunday the weekend before my production in Los Angeles, but I am sure that I will learn techniques to heal my own stress and that third eye pimple...I had decided after my meditative New Year's Eve experience when I saw colors swirling about my spiritual third eye, that I wanted to get involved in reiki.

Hope everyone has a wonderful week!

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