In any relationship, there are two forms of experience.
To know them, we’ll use the example of eye-gazing.
This is where two people look into each others eyes for an extended amount of time without
It’s said so often in many different ways.
It occurred to me this morning that each different way of saying something is like a different language. We can all essentially say the same things: I
I imagine casting a dry fly in a deserted, sandy, rock-banked creek.
The water is aquamarine but crystal clear. I cast a fiberglass rod, firmly and gently. My fly, a mayfly imitation, lands delicately
What is it about revelations that are so powerful, so attractive?
I love them. They are literally a part of my day, every day, because I choose so. I enjoy the moment, the a-ha of a discovery.
“You can’t mess with presence,” were the words of my friend Lane tonight. (who is an amazing biohacker and Bulletproof coach!)
It’s valid, she’s completely right. Accessing
Are we rivers or roads?
Imagine a network that joins together and leads to one place, one grand destination in the western country, sort of like the journey to Boulder in the Stand.
Imagine it starts as