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The proof is in the sharing! 

"In performance, we have a greater purpose. The greater purpose is that we’re communing together, and we want this moment to be really special for all of us. Because otherwise, why bother to have come at all? It’s not about proving anything. It’s about sharing something." - Yo-Yo Ma

Photo by Claude Brazeau

 

Tonight Marc and took a walk in our neighbourhood and stopped in on a friend. We had a glass of port and just listened to her tell us stories. Then she told us that a good friend of hers passed away last month and her last outing before she died was our show in June.

 

Marc looked at me. “Imagine” he said. I smiled. I smiled because I was happy it was with us. I know she spent an evening full of fun and love and authenticity. I know when I get on a stage I offer my heart and my soul for those who wish or want to take it in. I don’t care all that much about critics. There are always people who do not like (or get) what you do. But for anyone who is looking to feel something real, I bet on me and my music with Marc. 

 

So we raised our glass of port to Danielle. I will surely think of her when we go back to the NAC on Oct 2nd. Long live life and the memories of those we love!

 

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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It starts with letting go. 

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” - Gandhi

I had an experience with forgiveness recently that made me realize that forgiveness is more complicated a process than I had realized.

 

Firstly we must ask for forgiveness. In order for that to happen we must think we have done something that requires forgiving. I always have a bit of an issue with blaming and find it so unproductive. Blaming someone (or the need to blame someone) means they are pushed very far away, deep down and labelled with a big sticker that says “Wrong”. It puts them in a place where the automatic reaction is to not even want to apologize. There is nothing welcoming about someone who needs to lay blame. Blame breeds resentment not forgiveness. Yet forgiveness is what so many of us seek. That subtle ability to give something back to lessen the blow and lick a wound sort of speak. I personally found I could not ask for forgiveness unless I had forgiven myself. Asking it of myself was even harder than asking it of another. 

 

If we listen to Mr. Gandhi we will realize that learning to forgive ourselves is a sign of strength. After all how can we even think of forgiving others when we are unable to forgive ourselves? How can we accept forgiveness from another when we can not give it to ourselves? Let go of the blame and release it all to the universe. There is strength in letting go.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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What time is it? 

Life is too short to be busy." - Tim Kreider 

 

The most precious commodity I have is my time. I divide my time between Marc, my children (2 + 2), my interests (too numerous to mention) and my job. Then of course is a seemingly unending list of projects and exciting recipes…

 

Life goes by in a blink, its rate of speed increasing like the rate of expansion of the universe. My to do list is never ending and sometimes I wonder what my kids think as they see me constantly fluttering about, planning and conceptualizing my next stroke of genius, with humility of course. The one thing I am just terrible at, is doing nothing. I believe that is an art. I do not master that art and ironically enough, learning to do nothing is on my “to-do” list. I am laughing at the very thought of it… Right this moment I am writing to you as I sit in the glow of a late summer sun, glass of white wine at my side in the company of another someone who is always creating. Any guesses?

 

Life is short but living in the moment makes time stand still sometimes. It happens when I am singing, writing, playing, laughing… creating. Take a moment to be in the moment and life won’t feel quite so hectic. I promise ;)

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Like something out of this world 

“Paradise Lost is sometimes Heaven found.”Arthur Yorinks


When I was in my early 20s I had a boyfriend who was just one of these lucky people. In the face of unmet expectations, he would always say, “It must be a blessing in disguise!” In the end it always was.

 

A few years ago, when it was Celine’s 100th show, I was fortunate enough to be in Vegas at the festivities. Although I had been with Marc for a few years at this point, the occasion had never arisen to meet this wonderful boss my boyfriend could only say kind things about. That night when the opportunity presented itself, we no sooner had said, “Pleasure to meet you,” that someone hurried us into a pose for a picture and then she was off to the next paparazzi engagement. I had always been disappointed that I, who believes that "Anytime you can make an authentic human connection you have to go for it!" just didn’t make any kind of connection at all.

This week when Marc’s music career with Celine got put on hold indefinitely and he came home early, I was thrilled to have him home. There are the obvious reasons, of course, but also it meant Marc was free to do a gig with me on Saturday night. I knew the guest speaker for the event was Colonel Chris Hadfield, undoubtedly the most popular astronaut of his generation. When Hadfield was on the space station, we watched his videos. Marc had read his story and said, “This guy is like me. In 1969 when they landed on the moon for the first time, we were watching and we had the same dream. But Marc’s life propelled him into a different star system. So last night, after we were done playing our tunes, we sat in the audience and listened to Chris share a little about his inspiring journey but also about his view of how connected and the same we human being are on this planet. We were honoured to be there. It was a blessing for us to be together in that moment. Then the very talented Mr. Hadfield had Marc join him on stage to play his iconic version of the Bowie classic, Major Tom. And if that wasn’t enough, when he was done, he gave Marc his very very special and cool Space Station pick with his name on it. I’ve got pictures to prove it all happened in real time. It happened because Marc was not in Vegas on stage with Celine.

Marc Langis & Colonel Chris HadfieldThe pick that came from space


Originally at this event there were completely different plans. I wanted to be there so I gave my client a bunch of add-ons for free. I really wanted to come home with a picture of me with Colonel Hadfiled; my kids would be so impressed, I thought. In the end, I did not get a picture of myself with Chris. What I did get instead was a kiss on the cheek, a bit of conversation and an moment of authentic human connection that would not have come if I had been focussed on the selfie. The memory of that moment, that exchange, is the blessing I'll keep from what was a most lovely evening.

 

Opportunities can happen at anytime. Be careful about what you focus on. You might discover that with your unmet expectation, a golden opportunity is bundled up like the hidden blessings that it is.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Live and let love 

“Love is a decision, it is a judgment, it is a promise. If love were only a feeling, there would be no basis for the promise to love each other forever. A feeling comes and it may go. How can I judge that it will stay forever, when my act does not involve judgment and decision.” Erich Fromm, The Art of Loving

 

 

I feel rather fortunate to have come across this quote because it does express how I feel. The promise part has always been a very big part for me. 

 

Let’s start today by defining the terms used in this quote. I love going back to the dictionary because I find that sometimes we forget the full meanings of words. Judgement - a decision formed after careful consideration; the ability to make critical distinctions and achieve a balanced viewpoint. This last one really hit home for me, especially the part about achieving a balanced viewpoint. In love, as in other matters, that objectivity helps us make better decisions. Using judgement has little to do with judging others and more to do with evaluating what is before us. Balance is such a big part of life. 

 

When my marriage ended some years ago now, I remembered why I had married the father of my children. I had made a promise. My decision to leave was a long time coming. I let sound judgement balance what I was feeling. Leaving was the most difficult decision but I assure you that love and judgement provided a healthy outcome for all.

 

I know it may seem odd that I speak of the end of my former marriage in relation to this quote on love. To me it seems quite appropriate. Maybe in life if we remember that we love and why we love or loved, as the case may be, all our relations can be experienced as the high art of living they are meant to be.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Closing the distance 

“Love is more than about distance, it's about emotions.” ― Yannick Heywang

 

As happens almost every time Marc goes away, since he goes away for long periods of time, I am asked how we manage it. I have found a way to fold distance and time. My own way of course.

 

To put it simply, I write. I recommend that anyone who has to spend time apart from people they love do the same. If you did, you would find that every time you write you must bring yourself closer to them. Now, you can write a number of things in a number of ways. I write cards to Marc on a regular basis and I snail mail them to him at the Colosseum. As he reads them he is brought closer to me and to us and our life here at home. They collect all over his hotel room until he packs them up to take them home. If you are not a writer, you need not worry. It is not the words that you jot down on the page that matter so much as the intention you put into them. You don’t even have to mail them or ever show them in fact. The effect on you will be the same.

 

I will give you another secret. Just connect with how you feel and the words will come all by themselves, slowly at first but with more ease in time. It used to take me a whole day to write a blog and now the words flow quite freely. Practice makes perfect and every step bring us closer to our destination.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Kids being kids. Anyone game? 

"A characteristic of a normal child is that he doesn't act that way very often." - author unknown

Earlier I my son, after being asked twice to remove himself from the center of the kitchen floor, decided he would crawl to the livingroom. As he got to the hallway he noticed his shadow on the wall. "I look so skinny!" he exclaimed. "I could be  weiner dog" Of course this made him very very happy. Indeed!

I love being a mom. There is no greater test of patience or call to surrender than morherhood. Yet I just love all the quirky stuff my kids do. I am constantly finding "experiments" and observing odd behavior. It is amazing to go back into this wonderful world I left behind so long ago because I was in a hurry to grow up. Well, now I am not in a hurry to grow up at all. I want to stay right here in the deep end of childhood and laugh and giggle and be sad at sad things. I would have never had children if thier father had not wanted them. Thank God he did. 

I think I will go lie on the floor and read or play or something. Coming?

Namaste!

Bianca

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Daring, missing, turning another corner. 

“Love is missing someone whenever you’re apart, but somehow feeling warm inside because you’re close in heart.” - Kay Knudsen


I miss music. I miss my life in music. The opportunity to share music is the someone I miss. 

It is true that I never achieved any kind of fame or fortune in music. I am essentially a nobody. So why do I miss being a nobody? When I was busy playing a lot, enough to support my family which is no small feat in jazz in any city, I would spend far more hours in meetings and planning than I would on a stage. I was taking care of networking and bookings. All this was worth it for those few moments life would grant me in front of a microphone. In those moments I feel like my self ceases to exist and I am transported to a higher plane of existence.  I am not hungry. I feel no pain. I simply am. It is like being in the centre of a perfect moment. Weightless, timeless, bliss. No wonder I miss it. Some might say I am one with God. Call it what you will. There is nothing like it.

My life in music carried me through my most difficult years. I am grateful for it and I dare hope that an opportunity to create a new life in music is waiting around the next corner. Let’s go see…

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Road music 

“The end of a melody is not its goal: but nonetheless, had the melody not reached its end it would not have reached its goal either. A parable.”  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

Well Mr. Nietzsche! I do wonder what he ate for breakfast to be so wise.

 

The dictionary describes a parable as, “A short story that uses familiar situations to reach a religious or moral point.” The melody, or the journey, is a destination within its self. Today was the last last last day of my school program. We had a wrap up to talk about our coop placements and what we did; what we learned. I am very happy that I am at the end, although my goal was to learn. Yet learning brought me to this end. Well, then there is the possibility of new beginnings… Life is learning. Life may have goals but the journey is our destination in this lifetime. I believe that is what we’re talking about here.

 

So let the music of life play. It will accompany you on your journey.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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Razor sharp or strong as steel? 

“Absence sharpens love, presence strengthens it.” - Thomas Fuller

What a jewel to find today. The process of finding a quote as a starting point comes from something I have done since Marc returned to Las Vegas over three years ago now. You see I write cards, almost every day and mail them to Marc.

 

In the beginning I found quotes from Japanese philosophy, knowing that Marc appreciates this culture. Then it continued to evolve. It is a process I adopted for my blog too, because it allows me to reflect upon the wise words of others. It allows me to ponder more deeply than just a smear on a FB page. I noticed that this daily investment of time and careful consideration brings with it a presence of mind. Each time I write I am close to my heart and the place I have made for Marc. I hope that each time he reads he is aware of my presence in my words. Intention is another word to describe this process of choosing to be all there and this ability to live fully, give fully with heart.

 

I believe I understand Mr. Fuller all too well. Absence creates an emptiness we long to fill. Presence comforts us and makes us whole. If you have not found presence in your world lately, don’t worry. You can be the presence in your life and be your own strength.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

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While singing a happy tune 

“Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.” Confucius

 

Or maybe I sound say while happy singing a tune... as it is with me. Whenever I have the opportunity to sing, it has such a healing effect on me that I am happy for days after. What is it you ask?

 

I realize, now that my concerts are hand-picked therefore few and far between, how all those years of challenges, when I was gigging regularly, I was able to overcome incredible obstacles. I know it is because I was in music that I found a strength. Music is more than a pleasure, it has this healing effect. If it does with me, maybe it does through me. I hope. 

 


May you find the music that resonates with your happiness today and every day.

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

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Time to want more. 

It's not that often that I put a cd on and realize that I've listened to it in its entirety and want more.....Well, this is one of those times” - Ken Ehrlich, producer of the Grammy Awards since 1980 about “i love”

Yes indeed. I must say that my life has been a real roller coaster of challenges as of late (and not so late) so when Ken’s email came in to Marc’s inbox it was a most welcome moment of bliss.

We have to take them when they come you know. Thos moments of bliss and happiness or just a break from the alternative. Like now. I have just finished a report and before tackling my last project of my program, I am just enjoying writing to you. After my exam tomorrow I will enjoy playing music with Marc, preparing for our upcoming shows. In between scrambling to find a new tutorial sponsor, I enjoy people who tell me they listen to “i love” in a loop in the car or that they feel happy every time they listen. We all have moments when life challenges us. We just need to find those happy times so we can balance it all in the end.

My challenge to you is that you allow yourself to spend a most delightful evening with Marc and I on June 5th. Like Ken, you may just end up wanting more.

Namaste!

Bianca

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A mom is a mom is a mom! 

“Being a mother is an attitude, not a biological relation.” - Robert A. Heinlein, Have Space Suit—Will Travel

Happy mother’s day. Last year I asked of my children that no matter what request was spoken on my behalf, that the answer be “Yes mom!” My son who thought this would take very little effort was quite enthusiastic at first. By mid-afternoon less so…

It is, in fact, a very happy mother’s day. On Friday night I was pondering the whole mother’s day thing and how to get around being served some high carb, turn the kitchen into a disaster area, breakfast. So I thought I would make the brunch myself. After all I like cooking. I love my family and isn’t that what being a mother is all about? Loving, caring and enjoying the process? It is. I love being a mom so why not celebrate by being the mom that I am?

The day was what it was. A typical day for any mom: conflict management, stress management, time management and some damage control thrown in for good measure. Now I can get back to “normal”!

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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To thine own self be true 

“If I’m going to sing like someone else, then I don’t need to sing at all.” - Billie Holiday

Photo : Claude Brazeau

Actually I just want to sing. I have my own voice. I have my own sound. It has taken me all of my life of exploring and learning and listening to arrive here. I just want to do it.

In the beginning of my career, I used to have people come up to me and say, “You sound just like …” Which was rarely true, of course. I found it a strange comment until I understood that it was meant as a compliment. Nonetheless I didn’t want to sound just like anyone. I wanted to sound like me. That is when I shifted my listening to male singers primarily. I told myself that even if I unconsciously imitated a male voice, because I am a female it would transfer over in a different way. They were the baby steps on my way to finding my sound. I was never the belt out a tune kind of singer. Not my style. So I looked for ways that resembled who I am as a human being to express myself. I tell stories. I draw people in close to me. I am the kind of person who is not afraid of an authentic human connection. I live for it, so I offer it as well. There is a way to challenge ourselves and stay true to ourselves.

With all my students my goal has been the same: to help them find their own voice. The day they find themselves in their songs, is the day a whole new life in music begins. Bravo!

 

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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Do I hear courage thumping? 

“The only thing greater than the power of the mind is the courage of the heart” John Nash

 

Today I don’t know who I am writing for. Well, actually, I think it’s me.

Yup. Even the girl referred to as smiley, giggles and Thumper (the inexhaustibly cheerful bunny from Bambi) has her days. My days have been lasting for a while now. I am pondering where I am headed and I have no clue. Sometimes I wonder what is the point. You see, even I have these quizicle moments. How do we get beyond such a funk? Right now I am not sure. I have to write an exam in about 25 minutes and I don’t even want to think. I guess that is what Mr. Nash is referring to… Sometimes all this noise in our head only serves to confuse the issue. What is my heart saying? Let me turn down the cerebral volume.

Right now my heart is very sad. It has been patched up so many times it must look like gramma’s quilt but it still ticks away. I’ll just plug ahead. Surely life will send a message my way.

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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Like a superhero kinda powerful? Yeah! Sure... 

Rules For Being Human

What You Make Of Your Life Is Up To You. You have all the tools and resources you need. What you do with them is up to you. The choice is yours.”

Yup. The hard core truth of it. Right there on the page. Your life is your responsibility. Now, depending on how you want to look at it, that can be either good, or not.

In my case, being a glass half full kind of girl, I see it as very good. After all, when I think of things this way I feel VERY powerful. I remember being a younger woman and having a friend who told me in her infinite wisdom, “You don’t have the right to complain about something you do nothing to change.” She may have been fed up with me whining about something (old me) when she said it but let’s move on… The truth of the matter is that when we take responsibility for our feelings and reactions we have the power to change them. What power is there in recycling bad feelings? Answer: NONE! If you can not change what has happened, you must learn from it. That is all that is left to do. And that is entirely up to you. I would be happy to speed up the learning process but as powerful as I may feel, I am not omnipotent. Too bad, I know. 

So we end with more good news. You can do it for yourself. After all, life is for living. How you live it, is all up to you.

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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Is it a dream, a mirage? 

“I would say true love means a genuine and unique connection between two unique individuals... if you think about true love as something that you're after, that you can have, you're missing it.” — Joseph Gordon-Levitt


Probably most people will have to re-read this quote a few times and ponder it carefully. There certainly is a lot of wisdom in it.

I  find it interesting what falls onto my radar screen. I watch no television (long story short: old tv does not receive new digital stations) and only listen to the radio when I am in my car. I read the news on the internet but very little as I noticed years ago that reading the “bad” news (as I think it should be called) discouraged me. So when something does come across my radar, I know there is a message for me. The author of today’s quote has popped up several times int he last 24 hours. I found myself very intrigued with him and coming across these words just confirmed his message. It took me a few times of re-reading, looking at it from different angles, to grip it. Yet it seemed so obvious in the end: love is in us. That genuine and unique connection, that true love, can happen with anyone, everyone I dare say. Of course it is easier to show love and compassion to those we actually like. The challenge, should we choose to accept it, is to flip our perspective so to speak. Connect with the true love inside of you and transfer that out into the world instead.

Chasing after love can seem ephemeral but it isn’t as intangible as people think. The truth is just that we feel it with our hearts, not with our hands. So stop trying to catch what is already in there and unwrap the gift you been carrying all along.

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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Kids say the darndest things 

“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” — Stephen Hawking

“I can’t clean up my room because of entropy” my 10 year old son declares this morning. “It is pointless to clean up my room because the universe is working against me. Entropy is changing and spreading and my room will never become neater.” Oh really?!

That leaves us with Mr. Hawkings fine words. This imagining of knowledge people have because we are exposed to “smears” of information is misleading. If something you see on Facebook or Twitter or anywhere else piques your curiosity, go look for more. I have noticed that even I am influenced by this FB culture where we look at 2 min. videos or read only a short blog and move on. Yet, thankfully, I go back to my old self and do my research and dig deep into a subject that fascinates me. I don’t want to be the kind of person that quotes information from a FB post or a commercial as if it was acquired intelligence, because it is not. It is informational regurgitation. Why would you sell yourself short? Why do we exclude the actual thinking process from our ability to develop our intelligence? Research and study and coming to our own conclusions is the way. We don’t have to be a genius to be smart. Ignorance on the other hand, does not discriminate and is a pattern everyone can change.

Since no one in my house is an actual theoretical physicist just yet, my son must clean up his room, entropy or no entropy! This mother not only overrules the entropy of the universe, she understands that her thoughts, like the universe are expanding. Time to brush up on my physics!

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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Change towards wisdom. 

“Humility is the only true wisdom by which we prepare our minds for all the possible changes of life.” — George Arliss


I have a challenge at school. Sometimes I find it particularly difficult to have to trim down my efforts to meet the teacher’s requirements.

It is true that I get frustrated because I have done the job I am studying for. I have been a boss. I have had to hire and fire people. I have managed budgets and have determined needs and planned training programs based on those needs. I am not perfect but I have a significant amount of experience and sometimes more experience than some teachers. It is there that I find it hardest to just listen and deliver only what the teacher wants but that is the what the teacher wants. If a boss asks me for something it is not my place to suggest he wants something else. To give him 20 pages to have to sort through rather than the 2 pages of precise data he requested is not doing any one a service. Learning comes not in doing what we know and how we have always done things but in allowing ourselves to try something new on for size. Value can be found in many ways. As I said yesterday, it is a matter of perspective.

So back to my homework I go, humility in hand, towards change.

Namaste!

 

Bianca

 

 

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