Today marks 31 days of sobriety. I enjoy not drinking. I find that my thinking is clearer and my moods are lighter. I'm also partial to a mimosa.
Category - Thoughts
Gas up your friends. Tell them how great they are and how well they’re doing. This short-circuits limiting beliefs and lubricates action.
Yoga is an infinite game. It’s a game we play for the purpose of continuing the play. To increase longevity and suspend physical ageing.
I know that therapy can be beneficial for many people but therapists make me feel broken and coaches make me feel like a champ.
The world belongs to those with the most energy. Two yogis with inexhaustible energy I'm close to are Bryan Adams and Patrice Evra.
Nunchi is a Korean concept, similar to emotional intelligence. Hong says for quick nunchi, “all you need are your eyes, your ears and a quiet mind.”
I'm a big Joe Rogan fan. He's funny, endlessly curious and a seriously devoted yogi. He has this great philosophy: choose your struggle.
A few years ago, I wrote out a list principles that I try to live by. One is to forgive without condition. This is the route I took to get there.
One-Minute Sense Pleasure is very simple. During the day, at some point, you stop for one minute and tune deeply into you senses.
I often feel lonely and I don’t like the feeling. Sometimes I feel homesick too, which is confusing because I haven’t had a “home” for 10 years.
Yesterday, I was listening to Tim Ferriss and Kevin Rose discuss the "systems" they put in place to help their relationships run smoothly.
Robert Bly published a short piece called, The Long Bag We Drag Behind Us, inspired by Carl Jung’s theory of the “shadow”.