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The Pain Cave and Forgiveness
April 1, 2021
Happy Passover, Easter, Equinox and all things Vernal! It's the time of year for celebrating what was once given up for dead, now sprouting with renewed life. We've been at this little song and dance for thousands of years now, east and west
How to Step Outside Yourself
March 24, 2021
Today we’re going to riff on dying. And since we only get one shot at that in our lives... we’re going to talk about a little known discipline: Death practices.
Trying to hide your own Easter eggs
March 16, 2021
What is it about so-called "spiritual" paths these days that leaves so many people uptight and unhappy?
Rearrange Me 'til I'm Sane
March 12, 2021
I realized something painfully obvious––that vague "6-9 months" of drift I'd placed wasn't right––it was a very specific 12 months, and it's been happening to all of us, slowly, insidiously, so incremental that it's really hard to note exactly how it has invaded and corrupted our minds and hearts.
Let the Mystery Stay the Mystery
March 4, 2021
Just had a killer exchange with Dr. Matt Johnson that I wanted to share as it's super germane to what's going on more broadly in the therapeutic space.
How to find Radical Hope
February 25, 2021
"What makes this hope radical," he explains, "is that it is directed toward a future goodness that transcends our current ability to understand what it is."
Fat Shaming Time
February 18, 2021
Time (or Chronos) has been getting thicker and thicker. And that's causing as much or even more of our grief.
Brain Pickings on Acid
February 11, 2021
The evolution of Logos, the neuroscience of Clubhouse, and WordSoundPower
Water Be Like?
January 27, 2021
Wanted to wrap up our 2021 New Year's updates before we get out of January so everyone can grok the landscape ahead and choose where and how you'd like to plug in along the way.
Future Proof Your Life
January 20, 2021
An invitation to the project we've been working on for all of quarantine, and really, our whole lives. Think of it like blockchain––open-source, flexible and scalable––but for transformational culture, not finance.
Are your head, heart, spine and feet on straight?
January 14, 2021
If you're getting lost in the parking lot, you probably shouldn't come on the expedition. The closer to the gate, the fiercer the dragons. And if someone's coming unspooled on social media memes, the Screaming Abyss will eat them alive. Kinder and better they stay home.
Tony Hsieh, the Right Stuff and Staying Alive
December 16, 2020
As we slide into home plate on this rough and tumble year, wanted to share a few thoughts on what was an especially weird week.
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