We don’t do dining rooms. I mean, that’s a lot of square footage that might only be used, what … three times a year? So, instead, we have a bar/lounge and we use it every day. In one corner is a cabinet that has things from traveling, events, and other small things. On one shelf … Continue reading Raquel Welch Had Nothing to Do with the Creation of This Fork
“Sometimes we assume the worst, because we fear to hope.” – The Witcher, Season 2 We fear to hope, because the unexpected dissappointment can be quite devastating. That’s the problem with positive thinking. We convince ourselves that all is well and WHAM!, reality force feeds us a shit sandwhich. So instead, in a twisted effort … Continue reading When Then Becomes Now, We Should Be There
Instead of worrying about the future, do the now well and the future will unfold accordingly. Sort of paraphrased by Sadhguru. The only reality that exists is now. Now is the time for action. That’s where karma comes in. Literally translated from Sanskrit, karma is action. Good, bad, indifferent, or even if that action … Continue reading The Future and the Past Aren’t Real; Not Yet and Not Anymore
“If your goal is to become a yoga teacher, five-and-a-half months are good enough. If your goal is to become a yogi, it may happen in five-and-a-half seconds, or it may not happen in five-and-a-half lifetimes, because it is not of the physical nature. It depends on how an individual being allows it to happen.” … Continue reading Am I No Yogi?
One night, in Yoga Teacher Training, our instructor took us through meditation. Nothing unusual, but this time, we were to go back and meet our childhood selves as we are right now. I never thought of doing this before and I thought, “Oh, this will be a fun experiment.” Maybe, I’d give him a high-five … Continue reading That Time I Met My Childhood Self