The first step in any creative process is becoming aware. Without knowing what we’re working with, how will we create? Without knowing where we are, how will we get to where we want to be? We must start with whatever is right here and now, whatever is...

  Some people are in bodies that can move and flow, bend and fold without much ado. Other folks have injuries, aches, and pains that must be worked with. I’m more like a crazy inflatable arm guy selling cheap tires on the side of the freeway. We...

I've been reassessing my relationship to freedom lately, given that in the post-COVID world we're living in right now,  I can do the most good for the world by staying inside my one-bedroom apartment. ⁠ ⁠ When things got challenging before, I used to imagine myself going...

Artwork by Andrea Bowers, originally from The Angels, illustrated by Walter Crane. What do I mean when I say “practice”? ⁠ ⁠ Practice is a noun and a verb. As in: I practice (v) my practice (n).⁠ ⁠ You define what your “practice” is. ⁠ ⁠ As you become more diligent in...

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I’m really into yoga. It’s quite literally everything I do, since I see my yoga as approaching life with a spiritual mindset, involving my body in this practice, & regularly & often expressing gratitude to the Divine for all of it. It’s more than just...

The adjectives “yin” and “yang” must always be used in context. Nothing is inherently yin, nothing inherently yang. Something might be yin compared from one perspective, but yang from another. For example, dense and stable connective tissue is yin compared to more elastic and flexible...