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Three Simple Observations and Beautiful Shishya Tina B

WF Online Shishya Tina B – my long time friend, yogini, and a kickass Krav Maga Teacher – from Los Angeles stretches into the Pacific Sunset… “To my beloved Coach ilg, WOW!! The DL has been sooo great! July’s 1st was a hot Teaching for me being that I have a hard time with taking […]

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My Face

Published on Jun 08, 2007 by in Actual Training Excerpt, Mindfulness

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My Face

Noble Coach:About ten years ago the left side of my face froze — Bell’s palsy. This was during my third year of law school, after my wife got pregnant. I can still feel a little tenderness in one of my nerves if I press the right spot under my left cheekbone. Anyway, I’ve been noticing […]

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Scout

Published on Apr 19, 2007 by in Mindfulness, mountain biking, WF Inspiration

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Scout

“In WF, every day is Earth Day.”– coach ilg I heard him the day before yesterday while working in the Temple Office.then again yesterday up at about 8,500′ in Dry Lake Hills on Sunset Trail on Gunther, my mountain bike, i heard him again. haven’t seen him yet. just heard him. and in my hearing […]

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click here: WF Lifestyle Principle; Lateral Dominancy Thank you Oh Noble Shishya Hakado Ru! May it help. When we allow ourselves the unquestioned addiction to lateral dominancy,we create a neural, chemical, and spiritual dysfunction of massive proportion. Question everything; especially in which hand your computer mouse is always inand your spine while reading this. Dysfunction […]

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Of Waxwings and Awakened Athletes

yesterday, something prompted me to walk away from the computer and take a few conscious breaths out on “Red Fox deck”…our back deck here at Two Tree Manor. turning toward a delightful sound coming from the next door neighbor’s yard, my eyes fell upon a flock of birds feasting upon the dried berries of my […]

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the Practice of Mindfulness

Published on Mar 23, 2007 by in Mindfulness, WF Principles

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the Practice of Mindfulness

The practice of mindfulness defuses our negativity, aggression, and turbulent emotions, which may have been gathering power over many lifetimes. Rather than suppressing emotions or indulging in them, here it is important to view them – your thoughts and whatever arises – with an acceptance and generosity that are as open and spacious as possible. […]

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Forces of Nature

Published on Mar 20, 2007 by in Meditation, Mindfulness, WF Philosophy

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WF Teacher Joy’s latest edition of her Joyful Breath blog is absolutely brilliant dharma for your spiritual quiver today… don’t miss it! here is the link: The Joyful Breath Beautiful work, my Beloved!

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Cardio? Yoga? Meditation? it’s all ONE in the Outdoor Sports!

Namaste! just finished teaching a wonderful HP Yoga class here in Flag to bring to classically WF finishthe end of Day One of a WF Private Intensive with my cherished, long time Online Student, Michael Cerame fromNYC. we had a GREEEEAAAAAT time, which i will tell you more about later. right now, i just kinda […]

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