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As i wait for some more photos from Mt. Taylor Winter Quadrathlon, i figured i would take a moment to share some training counsel with an Online Student of mine. Today’s topic also has a lot to do with that ever so elusive yet mandatory Warrior capacity of finding the Balance Between Patience and Pressure. […]

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from my spiritual diary taken after Early Morning Practice this morning: ***The Day of Pilgrimage to Tsidool (Mt. Taylor). It occurs to my experience that if one is to truly life a full lifea life that is constantly spontaneous within the Dance of the Inner and the Outer Wildernessthen 2 preconditioned afflictions must take gradual […]

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The Devil Wears…A Bluetooth Helmet?

The following is NOT, i repeat NOT, science fiction or a joke.it is an advertisement i found this morning on the Internet for a skiing/snowboard helmet. i have italicized the words in their text that are in direct violation of the Dharma Protection Code of Once Natural Wisdom: “The RED Frequency Audex Motorola Bluetooth Helmet […]

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My Langlauf Race; Entry Numero Dos

try clicking on the pics for an enlarged WF CHI hit! The outdoor athlete should be content to train for and compete in and walk away from a race for what it is and not as a comment on our life. Yet, we do. We cannot help feeling that the scissoring effect from our twofold […]

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Truth of the Teacher

Namaste Oh Mighty Limbed Warriors! above photo by Ananda: Yet another testimony to the unmatched chi force that living the WF Path imparts: The very morning after racing to a top place (more on that later) in my 30-kilometer Langlauf Ski Race, i was up and ready for another full day of San Juan Sweat, […]

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My Langlauf Nordic Race; Entry One

photos by my Beloved Ananda; click to enlarge to get a WF Chi hit of thedeepest effect; the birthplace of all that is the spiritual rasas of WF! i know many of you know this guy; my outdoor endurance sports hero and honored to say, long-time friend, Ned “The Lung” Overend. World Mountain Bike Champion, […]

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Coach Scores First Victory of ’07 at Flag Winter Tri

“Racing is a privilege to the genuine yogi. It helps us train the mind in sustained concentration, acceptance of pain as purification, and prepares the subtle anatomy for deeper states of energetic transmission for Enlightenment. No true spiritual athlete can shortcut mastery of the body. Training the body wholistically is the First Base of all […]

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However Small A Spark

Published on Jan 23, 2007 by in Meditation, WF Philosophy

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However Small A Spark

Evening sunlight saturating what is. photo by coach a few days ago in the WF Temple H(om)e back garden. From my morning’s email bag…courtesy of WF Student GoTen in NYC.Thank you GoTen!And may ALL of us find more strength in our LifeStyle application of WF in our day today… om so ti,coach ilg ps; Don’t […]

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