I chat with Stacey Green about why I was wading waist deep in the Ganges while holding my camera equipment, the positive consequences of my Guru’s stylish traveling habits, how money and wealth can accompany you on the spiritual path, how fear plays a part in my own life, and various other topics. A conversation that addresses the serious and the silly —she even calls me out on the time I fell asleep on an elephant!
Here is an insight into my experience, my teaching philosophy, and my own ever-evolving approach to this life journey. Part 3 is soon to follow so check back to find out the reason I don’t like dumplings, and why I promise to always cook you a good meal.
People think that change is binary but it is not. It is not an on and off switch. If you break an addiction or a habit you abhor for a while then there is a very high chance you will relapse at some point in the future. Should you have worked with yourself in a…Read More
We are close to reaching the halfway mark of 2022. It feels, at least to me, the new year was not too long ago. A new year is often a promise of hope. A time when many people make plans, set goals and resolutions, and more than anything wish for things to be better, especially…Read More
Today, I wanted to continue on the topic that I touched on in my last post which was purpose. If you look at a person’s day, most of what happens in their day is driven by purpose. When we get in a car it is quite often, if not always, to go somewhere specific. Even…Read More
It’s quite obvious I’ve been absent from posting on my blog. It has been six and a half months since my last post. Over the last twelve months, I’ve invested a significant amount of my energy and time in the creation of my book. That was not the only thing I was absorbed in. Much…Read More