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4am the alarm jolts me up out of bed– but let’s be honest….the anxiety of oversleeping had me awake at 12:00……1:30…….2:15…….3:30………. Luggage, snow shoes, backpack….all a part of the essentials needed for this trip as we catch a Lyft to … Continue reading
Before enlightenment- Chop Wood- Carry Water After enlightenment- Chop Wood-Carry Water ZEN PROVERB There is no destination. We don’t really get anywhere nor do we really fix anything. We literally show up each day and experiment. Our experiments have all … Continue reading
Mobility is a systemic thing. The more mobile our bodies are, the more mobile our brain and thinking is. Mobility gives you options and vision. It gives you the time you need to respond and adapt to ever changing moments. … Continue reading
As a kid in the Colorado mountains, I loved running around the fields, in the woods- anywhere outside. I’d come in at dusk after a long day of play, clothes drenched in tree sap, with dirty hands and face. I … Continue reading
It’s not that you always want to be in the gap, it’s that it’s the hardest place to stay calm…..It’s why we practice so much on getting more aware of how we get to, move in, stay or flee the … Continue reading
To truly hold oneself accountable is a major task. I see a million places I let myself off the hook. Where I’m so lazy and not wanting to do the work. Accountability is being brutally honest- It’s having standards beyond … Continue reading
Sparring is a perfect metaphor for conflict. You are duking it out with a cohort because you both are working to obtain similar things. Sometimes you stay calm, other times you escalate. You both want better skills, success, and self-efficacy. … Continue reading
Sometimes blogs seem elusive and other times about 3 or 4 blogs run through me so rapid fire that I can’t capture a single word. Tonight I was driving home across the West Seattle Bridge…..looking at the crimson sky as … Continue reading
When I was a kid, I felt depressed a lot…….I was angry and a brooder. I really focused on what I didn’t have, what I wasn’t, what I imagined I could not be. I liked to hide out in my … Continue reading