If you read this on Saturday, I'm planing to be on a plane flying to my new homeland in Europe, southern Portugal (the Algarve for you geography wonks). This isn't the first time I've picked up and moved to another country – I lived in Costa Rica for about 4 years and spent about 6 years in Vancouver, Canada...
As I returned to my car from running an errand in a small strip mall, I was stunned to see this window decal on a truck in the parking lot. Take a look at the picture – it says, "My Family,” with a series of 6 guns, from handguns to semi-automatics.
I love when I can discuss the merits of plant medicine as it relates to my emotional release work. And in this interview with Bruce Eckfeldt, the host of Psychedelic Invest Podcast, our poignant discussion brings together all of the components and considerations in my method of doing the work on oneself, training your mind and connecting with your soul.
I often get letters from folks sharing their experiences… I call them “Field Reports”. And these field reports offer spectacular insights and musings that answer questions that many others have on their mind. So I’m sharing one with you today (edited for length).
Being told you have a "yoga body" is a terrific compliment. People with "yoga bodies" have put a lot of time and energy into making their physiques strong, supple and sinewy. All you have to do is check-out Instagram or TikTok to see countless displays of beautiful bodies bending, flexing, and flowing on a yoga mat.
I'm getting a lot of questions in regard to how microdosing psilocybin fits into our Emotional Expansion masterclass course that starts next week. And I'm answering them in this short video with an invitation to join me this Saturday.
I appreciate the generosity of so many who responded to my request last week to answer: "What is your most pressing question about managing your emotions?" It was a cascade of compelling questions with words that expressed emotional anguish … anxiety, irritability, panic, sadness, shame, negativity, stuck – to name just a few.
It’s a triumph when we begin releasing self-limiting beliefs by facing and processing our difficult emotions. But that’s the first part of the equation. The 2nd part is when we begin applying it to our Real World relationships. This week I go into detail about how this practice showed up in my life: