A potential client gave me a topic idea that I am exploring to create a workshop. I realized I have 10+ books on my bookshelf about the neuroscience of resilience. Kind of crazy when you get to create presentations on topics that you've been studying for years just out of your own personal interest! So … Continue reading Cultivating resilience
Addictions to Pain Why are Joy and Ease so Hard? Our Conditioned Mind *** Thoughts after 2 intense days of yoga teacher training. email@example.com
I borrowed the above title from a line in a guided meditation and I wish I could remember which one so I can properly attribute it. Nonetheless, it reminds me that building more space into my weekly time for reflection and writing my own work is more challenging than I thought. I am seldom the … Continue reading Be the wordless person in the world for a moment
As I was sitting my evening yin yoga class on Thursday, I found myself thinking about where my "edge" was. For those of you who have not practiced yin, it involves long-held poses where you relax into a pose for typically 5-8 minutes. Typically you just soften into a pose, where eventually you find a … Continue reading Finding your edge
Old habits die hard. Writing is my salvation. Much worse addictions.
On Thursday I finished up a short contract for a writing client that had found me through Upwork. The topic had challenged me. I had needed to do a quick turnaround literature search, read and understand concepts in a field that was unfamiliar, and produce some writing that made sense of a general audience without … Continue reading Getting it done