Posts in Meditation
Short Meditations on Utopia Pt. 3/3
**If you missed the introduction to this post, click here** 5) Questioning Bliss Is following your bliss some kind of Mickey Mouse, New Age advice? What if you find yourself living in a society with oppressive external structures, or stuck in some other impossible situation? I’ve been to places in […]
Short Meditations on Utopia Pt. 2/3
**If you missed the introduction to this post, click here** 3) Cosmic Perspective Are negativity, ignorance, and suffering necessary?Or can we eliminate them if we just fight hard enough? The other day, when thinking about all the years I spent chasing pleasure, I caught myself judging this period as ‘wasted.’ […]
The Wim Hof Method *Revealed* – How to Consciously Control Your Immune System
We previously published an article about Wim Hof, holder of 20 Guinness World Records for withstanding extreme temperatures. He has climbed Everest and Kilimanjaro in only shorts and shoes, stayed comfortably in ice baths for hours, and run a marathon in the desert with no water.
Wim is able to accomplish […]
A Story About The Dalai Lama
A friend who I met through HE recently told me a story about a question the Dalai Lama was asked by a reporter.
It was something along the lines of: "How are you able to fit in daily meditation with such a busy schedule?"
The Dalai Lama smiled and replied that on […]
The Simple Secret to Enjoying Meditation
Meditation is not easy.
Many people read about the benefits of meditating for 20 minutes each day and try to do just that, resulting in discouraging failure.
Meditating for 20 minutes the first time is like trying to bench 450lb on your first day at the gym. Or attempting a black diamond […]
How To Maintain That Post-Meditation Glow
It's happened to all of us.
You start off your morning with the perfect meditation. Thirty minutes of mindfulness goes by in no time. You open your eyes feeling present, loving and at one with the cosmos. You are SO ready for today.
Two hours later the magic has all but evaporated.
Embracing The Cold: A Workshop With Wim ‘The Iceman’ Hof
I slowly stepped into the water. First the right foot, then the left. It was cold, ice-cold. Yet the feeling was not unpleasant. After an initial reaction of resistance, I could relax and immerse myself deeper. My heart started racing and my breathing became uncontrollable. But after a few seconds […]