Springtime in the Rockies is stunning. . . . Emerald green grass fills the canyon circled in mountains still snowcapped as they play hide and seek in pillowy clouds. The trees, full with leaves that seem to have materialized overnight, tickled by … Read more
I’ve been accused, on occasion, of having a few screws loose. I’ll admit it. But that’s not what this blog post is about. I have never been accused, however, of being a loose screw—at least not to my face. But that’s not … Read more
Sometimes humor and sometimes serious, grasshoppah. Hence the Zen of Self-Observation and the Laughing Buddha.
The Question posed to me by one of my Self-Mastery students today is, by and large, one worthy of a full and rich answer.
“I see myself … Read more