(pronounced “Wee-der-shins”)

Using yoga, mindfulness and self-help techniques to:

  • Get unstuck and start moving, creating, healing the world

  • Work with your “stuff”, your patterns, your karma, drama, “issues”

  • Develop a conscious, loving relationship with yourself

Aka: self-help that keeps it real, for super smart and creative people who care about the world (a lot)

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Working with your Stuff

Could there be anything scarier than looking straight at the yuckiest parts of ourselves and our lives... and then doing things with them in the hope that they may change somehow and be less yucky?

If like me you have gone through some bouts of serious yuckiness in your life, then you know that healing from them is not an “optional thing”.

In order to be at peace with being the way you are, you have to work with your stuff.

Latest Posts
  • The Collapse of Normal, the Rise of Healing
    A crisis has come to shake us awake and we stare at our lives with renewed eyes, seeing our predicament as for the first time, wondering how did it ever become our "normal". [Read More...]
  • Being Single Alone
      It’s Valentine’s Day, or as we call it on this website, “Valiant Day”, and since this time tends to wreck the nerves of us single people, I thought I would come out of my Writer’s Block to share the best advice I can give you on how to deal with singleness in a world of coupledness. And that advice is:   “You do not talk about being single with people who are coupled”.   Now you may be thinking “whaaat?”, so don’t worry, I will expand on this. And if you regularly find yourself in [Read More...]
  • Loving for the Love of it
    We are expanding the story of "love", creating more spaces where love can flow as it wants to, without conforming to a certain "path". We are learning to love without attachment. [Read More...]
  • Disciplined Minds
    We are living through Burning Times, and there’s a comfortable section of society that refuses to acknowledge this. Their politics are a reflection of the “ideological discipline” their middle-class jobs expect from them. We need to do much better.   Last week I spent a few hours with the book “Disciplined Minds”, by Jeff Schmidt. I listened to it, read by Lyn Gerry, on the radio show “Unwelcome Guests”, back in 2009. The book, published in the [Read More...]