the Practice of Mindfulness

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

0
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. […]

Continue Reading

0
Part II; King Of The Mountain (Intermission Due To Spring CHI!)

Special Thanks to Shishya Leslie for provision of the killer quotes for this entry. *** okay,i’ll take you Extreme Skiing with me tomorrow,today is just a LITTLE TOO BEAUTIFUL of an Emerging Early Spring Daynot to honor. and how – exactly – does a WF Master Student honor a beautiful early spring day? glad you […]

Continue Reading

0
Plane Spirit Victory For Online Shishya Weiss

“The most perfect technique is that which is not noticed at all.”– Pablo Casals i am getting ready for my last nordic event of the year; the nation’s HIGHEST nordic ski race on top of Telluride Ski Resort! THIS is gonna hurt. stay tapped into DL for more. now, check out this Teaching inspired by […]

Continue Reading

0
How To Help Heal, Without Being A Nuisance Or DisServing the Dharma

As our own Practice matures and our Light becomes more evident to our family and friends and co-workers,it is quite typical for us to be approached in any number of ways to Help.sometimes, at the lowest level, we find people coming up to us and basically justdoing what i call, “Acoustical purging,” upon us. People […]

Continue Reading

0
Levi Takes The Tour of Cal plus; Natural Zen Cleaning; The Wisdom Of Children

Hey, heygive it UP for Butte, Montana’s Levi Leipheimer who ruled the roost a la Lance Armstrong from start to finish of the 8 day AMGEN Tour of California! i’ve had the distinct pleasure of giving LL a head nod in a peleton and how about GEORGE HINCAPIE going down hard in Stage 7, breaking […]

Continue Reading

0

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. […]

Continue Reading

Can You Doubt Your Doubt?

Published on Jan 07, 2007 by in WF Principles, WF Teachings

0
Can You Doubt Your Doubt?

Can You Doubt Your Doubt? “If you are strong enough to doubt your strength and willingness to do something,are you not as equally strong to doubt your doubt?”– coach ilg photo; eventually, all WF Students practice Pranayams each day in the ongoing effort to stabilize our mind, develop equanimity of body and mind, and attempt […]

Continue Reading