Human Costume

December 5, 2010

Extraterrestrial  in a western culture earthling costume

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Fun Not Duty

October 1, 2009

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Recently I performed in the Taos annual Frequinox  show.  Of course I felt honored to be asked by the Flying Desert Brigade to perform with them.  Followed by the excitement came feelings of nervousness and doubt about my ability to give a satisfactory performance.

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Luckily, I brought my feelings up to a friend who is very skilled in Byron Katie’s four questions to emotional freedom.  We used Byron Katie’s process to discover my insecurity resulted from my trying to please the audience and the impossibility of trying to control the reactions of others.

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Once that idea was removed I was reminded of why I do aerial fabric in the first place:  I LIKE IT!  Practicing aerial fabric is so much fun, a great workout, confidence boosting, and creative.  Then I became excited  of how much fun I could have practicing with an audience.  Any time a feeling of nervousness came up I reminded myself how much I love this activity.  It worked!  I had a great time!

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As my brother said, ” Do you know how many people can’t even do a pull-up? “

 

 

Fahrney Photos

March 1, 2009

Me at the Taos Cow
Me at the Taos Cow

Creamland Dress made out of half and half containers  Photo by Robin Collier
Creamland Dress made out of half and half containers Photo by Robin Collier

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Dress made entirely out of white trash   Photo by Visudah de los Santos

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White Trash Wedding dress   Photo by Visudha de los Santos

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Wedding outfits made entirely out of white trash      Photo by Heather Sparrow

White trash wedding  photo by Visudah de los Santos
White trash wedding photo by Visudah de los Santos