I say, “Are you serious? Are you sure?”
And the inner voice says, “YES, YES, YES, YES. Ding-ding-ding-ding-ding. We have a winner!”
I ask again: “You sure now?”
The voice repeats almost orgasmically, “Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeessssssssss!”
And I’m like, “Ha! Sweet…”
Because … Continue reading
“Come on, stand up,” said my inner voice. “You’ve been lazy for long enough.”
“Right after I finish this round of Mario Kart…” I replied, also inwardly.
“Whatever,” the voice replied. “You know, you’re such an asshole lately…”
Recently, it struck my fancy to do a particular sequence of yoga exercises, the digestive cleansing series (from Yogic Sciences Research Foundation’s Medical Yoga Volume 1).
To facilitate the digestive cleansing process, a cup of lukewarm water mixed with … Continue reading
What is one of your most mediocre and embarrassing patterns of behavior? And what cruddy beliefs drive your patterns?
(Rhetorical questions, if you prefer.)
Everything we do as humans is because of our beliefs. No exceptions.
Not just religious beliefs, … Continue reading
For most of yesterday, I was in a distant, irritable mood.
So I went for a walk in the woods.
Usually the trees can cheer me up. Not this time, though.
So, still in the woods, I started talking to … Continue reading
After averting a potentially catastrophic DXM relapse, I set out to build a brand new life. In Liberated Living, we’ll transform myths to truths, take down the stigmas associated with “addiction” and “mental illness,” and learn powerful tools for … Continue reading
On September 6, 2014, I made a choice that could have cost me my life. In this six part series, we’re journeying back to analyze how I slipped into a DXM relapse and what I did to self-stabilize and avert … Continue reading