My seventy year old aunt tearing it up in Telluride… she’s been a great source of information on all four variables. The four variables the determine one’s level of physical health and mental well-being are: What you put in your body. How you move your body. HowRead more →
Just as exercise or practicing a sport can get sloppy, last week, my practice of meditation and mindfulness got very sloppy as I just carelessly went through the routines. It showed up in the self-sabotaging form of a scattered brain resulting in not getting anything accomplished.
Therefore, I had to work especially hard to pay attention.Read more →
Mindfulness and awareness are deep human capacities that are simply overlooked in our society. It’s is our faculty of ‘thinking’ that gets all the attention in our culture, when the fact is that when you cultivate thinking with the other faculties of mindfulness and awareness, it actually…Read more →
The right attitude comes from deep inside of us, and is not like the mask of mere positive thinking. The right attitude reflects a higher level of consciousness and comes from our natural state… our core being. A place that acknowledges your own inner strengths, efforts, and accomplishments… a place that facilitates our true capabilities.Read more →
I went kiteboarding this afternoon and quickly realized that when one is kiteboarding, one is practicing a type of Mindfulness, especially when the seas are as rough as they were today. It requires your total presence and a skillful use of attention… and when you are in that state of mind, it feels good. Kiteboarding forces the need to be totally present.Read more →