How to Find Peace in an Over-Stimulated World.
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How to Find Peace in an Over-Stimulated World.

How to find peace in an over stimulated world Do you agree that we are becoming more busy and scrambled with each passing year? In our Commit to Bliss Course starting Nov 14 we have different Blissology Discussion topics One of them is: “What is different about the world now then your parent’s generation?” One…

Buyer Beware: Not All Breathwork is Relaxing
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Buyer Beware: Not All Breathwork is Relaxing

  Imagine being brand new to snow-skiing and on your first run you ended up taking the wrong chair lift. Instead of going to the manageable bunny slope, you got thrust off the chair lift straight into a double diamond run. How would you feel looking down that steep pitch? To many experienced skiers, this…

The Skill of Chill: Is your mind pulling you by the leash?
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The Skill of Chill: Is your mind pulling you by the leash?

Last winter our son, Lion took a friend’s dog ???? for a walk in Seattle. The dog, named Cloud, outweighed Lion by about 40 pounds. Lion loved walking the dog when a squirrel came running by, Cloud chased it. He soon discovered what it’s like to be WALKED BY A DOG rather than the other…

Is Yoga Medicine? Part 1 of 2

Is Yoga Medicine? Part 1 of 2

As part of our 500-hour training, I co-teach a course that I called Yoga and Mind Body Medicine. It’s a course I spent years dreaming up. My vision for it was to offer a Western science-based perspective on understanding the gross and subtle benefits of yoga on our body-mind physiology. I enlisted a colleague Dr. Lawrence Cheng—a Harvard…