The Limitations of Right or Wrong

What do you notice within yourself when attempting to learn under the paradigm of right and wrong? In accelerated learning we find a vast increase of retention (and experience) with students who [...]


Why I am not a Yogi

There are many benefits to practicing yoga. While I practice Yoga quite often, I rarely refer to myself as a Yogi. Yoga itself can be very dogmatic filled with rules and conditions as a way to [...]


ZEN – Your State of Being

There is a Zen proverb that says the only Zen you find at the top of the mountain is the Zen that you bring with you. In other words, we don’t obtain inner peace or joy by seeking it [...]

Becoming You, Becoming Zen

The idea of Zen is to avoid attaching to any particular belief or idea while fully embracing ‘what is’. By not attaching we remain open and present in the experience, versus an [...]

The Beginners Mind

The concept of Zen is to look upon life without any fixed limits. I liken it to becoming like a child again, looking at life as though we are seeing it for the first time – every time. As [...]


Meditation Styles

Often I get asked “what style of meditation” I practice and so I thought I’d elaborate on what meditation is to me along with my thoughts on meditation styles. It seems when we [...]