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.
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:
Are you preparing or thinking about taking a psychedelic "journey" or looking to integrate following one? The use of hallucinogenic plant medicines like psilocybin is an avenue that many are using to awaken from ordinary consciousness.
Ever heard that ironic saying, “the beatings will continue until morale improves”? The irony of course is that yelling and screaming may get people to move a little faster but what’s left in the wake is often smoldering ruins. Here’s a better approach that is better for you too…
I frequently hear from folks who tell me that they’re going though or have gone through what’s called a “kundalini awakening.” And they’re either really concerned about it or it’s a matter of fact as they share with me their experience and how it’s affecting their lives.
As many of us believe, I agree that cannabis is here for our overall well-being. In the United States, or let’s say the Western World, lawmakers have created an artificial division between “medical” cannabis and “adult use” cannabis (what some call “recreational”). But there really is no difference…
Not long ago I was listening to a well known spiritual teacher who, in the course of talking about something else, nonchalantly dropped into what they were saying, "And as a Mystic, I …" This off-handed yet weighty description about themselves stunned me and I explain why in this week's blog.
There's a stampede of people experimenting with microdosing psilocybin (magic mushrooms) looking for ways to feel better. In fact, they are diving in and going for it – and not waiting for clinical studies or laws and public policy to be established. That's why as I explain in this week's video what we call "citizen science" is leading the way.