Among our little team, I work with someone – a very skilled, considerate and lovely person, who wrestles with on-going, almost unrelenting, anxiety. In fact, the anxiety is so intense that it keeps this person from doing their best work.
Yes, meditation is being talked about and promoted in every corner of our culture these days. The most popular form is called mindfulness meditation. But as I discuss in this week's blog, if you're struggling with a highly emotional mindset, you may need to proceed with caution.
As you may know, my emotions release work embraces the judicious use of cannabis to help us spelunk our Inner depths. This is called "Shadow work" and I've gotten a lot of feedback regarding this. It's heartening to know that so many are also exploring this path as I discuss in this week's blog.
Have you heard the term “shadow work”? It’s one that’s volleyed about in discussions of personal growth and transformation. I explain in this week’s blog, how “shadow work” is a very appropriate term in healing and feeling better about yourself.
There's a shit show happening in the yoga community known as "Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan."
After several months of speculation and accusations, a 3rd party investigation of Yogi Bhajan released its horrific findings – damning conclusions of widespread and on-going sexual abuse, molestation and rape.
We’ve been trying to solve emotional suffering for a long time – thousands of years.
Everything from ancient and contemporary ascetics meditating in caves and ashrams to years “on the coach” in psychoanalysis. And prescription meds, lots and lots of prescription meds.
For about two years, I experimented with psychedelics in the underground… ayahusaca, psilocybin, MDMA, acid and a host of “designer” entheogens – that’s the catch-all term for psychoactive substances, whether they’re plant based or stirred up in the lab.
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.
Mystical traditions teach that there’s an infinite world inside of us – and the question for Western minds has always been, “How do I access that infinite Inner world?”
Of course, most of us know that meditation is the one approach recommended time and time again.
Despite the growing widespread acceptance of cannabis, my niche is still very esoteric. I suppose anytime you start discussing the mystical or spiritual, it can become an “eye roll” for many. (Personally, several years ago, I know it would have been for me!)
Everyone’s relationship to cannabis is different – from non-existent to long and enduring.
In my MasterMind groups and courses, I teach you the transformative art of going inward with cannabis plant medicine, amplifying the power of Awakening. Subscribe and join me for exploring this cutting-edge approach to emotional freedom that can flow into Enlightenment.