Exploring the commonplace obsession with having romantic relationships filled with “chemistry.” And how this fits into social patterns of addiction.
I am an avid bicyclist. In fact, I do not own a car, and use public transit when biking isn’t feasible. It’s a benefit of living in the city, and an opportunity to stay healthy and support planetary health as well. This weekend has been filled with odd bike mishaps and shenanigans. Saturday morning, I […]
Whereas Zen students often get lost in their heads as they strive for enlightenment, the average yoga student is fixated on the appearance and general mechanics of their bodies. Given this contrast, I have wondered: Is it simply a coincidence that yoga has become a body centric and overwhelmingly female practice?
Biking with Jizo has become a norm for me. Although I have to confess that I haven’t been so diligent in recent months and it’s starting to show. However, more often than not, I experience the like, don’t like, and neutral more clearly. Without a lot of getting lost in elaboration. Stinky alley. Don’t like. Fall leaves. Like. Dog in a yard. Neutral. End of story.