Listen to Your Nudges

Listen to your nudges, bitches. They're never wrong. When you ignore them or you are too afraid to do what they ask, they usually show up as aches and pains in your body, or in your mind, or both. Denial, distraction, and ignorance will make you sick and suffer-- maybe not in the short term … Continue reading Listen to Your Nudges

Calling a Spade a Spade

“To Err is human; to forgive, divine”---Alexander Pope Softening, or “pussification,” as the late, great comedian George Carlin defined it, is destroying the integrity of authentic learning. When people fuck with the integrity of the learning process, when they weaken it and make it soft, it corrupts individuals and society far more than we know … Continue reading Calling a Spade a Spade

Podcast: Meet World Traveling Yoga Teacher, Changu Changezi

003: Podcast with Changu Changezi Changu Changezi is an ordinary guy with an inspiring story about learning and landscapes. He is a traveling Bikram yoga teacher who lives his life with integrity, authenticity, and an unshakeable sense of self. He has been traveling the world teaching Bikram yoga for the past four years, approaching learning … Continue reading Podcast: Meet World Traveling Yoga Teacher, Changu Changezi

The Call to Insecurity

"It turns out that when you stop clinging to the safety and security that you think you have found in a particular lifestyle, other people, your carefully constructed identities, or material things, you find your way home to your truth." The original title for this piece was "Meta: Choosing or Clinging." I wrote it more … Continue reading The Call to Insecurity

Teaching and Truth

As I write my memoir-in-progress, working title, "Like a Flower Petal Blooming," I am going to post excerpts from time to time to keep myself fighting Resistance with the capital "R." Who knew writing a book is like wrestling with satan? LOL This one is a brief excerpt on the theme of honesty and truth. … Continue reading Teaching and Truth

On Being Honest

"The problem with creating the habit of lying, especially to yourself, is that after a while, you lose your bearings--- you can’t trust yourself and you suffer even more. Your identity is compromised, making you less likely to be able to connect with yourself-- your inner wisdom-- or others. We need good, healthy relationships based … Continue reading On Being Honest