I’ve taken a long hiatus from blogging. My apologies. The last few months have been filled with speaking engagements around the world and working on a few important projects including the development of Siva Ashram, our retreat center in Costa Rica. I hope to update you on some of these things in the coming weeks. Here’s my first blog post after my break.
One of our online course students asked me on our study forum about dealing with anxiety. In today’s world, this is a frequently occurring challenge which can dominate our attention and even result in physical symptoms, so I really appreciate this question. I answered it by explaining that anxiety is overcome when you learn to keep awareness on one thing at a time. Always keep bringing awareness back to what you are doing or who you are engaged with. That is why it is so important to learn the difference between awareness and the mind, then from here to learn concentration. Allowing awareness to jump from one thing to another in an uncontrolled way results in anxiety.
Why can’t people concentrate? Who’s your best student? I chat with Cal Fussman about focus and why it is so hard for so many people to concentrate. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: Click here to Subscribe!Read More
Can you pursue a life of acquiring wealth and also pursue your spiritual path? This is a question I get asked a lot. In this clip from my interview on the Scaling Impact podcast, I give my answer to this question by sharing about Hinduism’s four goals for a householder’s life and more...Read More
Well, we’ve almost completed another year around the sun. For me, I’ve made much progress in some areas and in others I have a lot of work to do. It has been a full year for me and I can’t say I’ve wasted a minute of it. I always take the months of November and…Read More
I had a long conversation with Katinka Magnussen from Germany about life’s purpose, workspaces, and priorities. One of the questions that we talked about was how you get to know yourself better. The very simple answer is you have to spend time with yourself. What I mean by that is actually ...Read More