In this week's episode I look at how I view the game of life.
It this week's episode I look at the differences between stoicism, psychological boogeymen, and imperturbability.
In this week's episode I look at a piece of advice from Syd Banks' wife.
In this week's episode I share two things I know that help me not think about stuff.
In this week's episode I explore "isness".
In this week's episode I take a look at whether or not "thinking about something" is really helpful.
In this week's episode I explore the idea of separate realities.
In this episode I want to share my experience of truly seeing that there really is nothing wrong us, that we are all sitting in the middle of mental and just don't know it.
On this week's podcast I explore effortless being
In this episode I share some thoughts on mental health from Syd Banks
A new skill to try bringing into high-conflict situations.
An exploration of compassion and forgiveness.
A metaphor for our 24/7 access to the deeper intelligence that runs through all life.
A recall to the classic childhood story of “Harold and the Purple Crayon”, and how it applies to us in the world as grown ups.
An exploration of how we can both perceive the world as it really is, and recognize that our feelings have nothing to do with that world, and how this can create a deeper, richer experience of life.
A look at why some of our best ideas come to us in the shower, and how we can spend more time in this space.
In this episode I reflect on a conversation I had with one of my mentors, Mavis Karn, about the opposite of anger.
A reflection on a different way of thinking about learning.
In this episode I talk about the difference between a principle and a belief, and where the Inside-Out understanding stands in relation to the two.
A look at my journey with the understanding that’s at the heart of all these podcasts.
Once you realize regret is just a thought, then the idea of living without regrets takes on a different meaning.
A look at how choosing to feel all of your emotions to the fullest isn’t an obstacle to high-performance, and that it can actually enhance your experience of being alive.
A metaphor for describing who we really are.