Nada means "sound," and Yoga means "union." So, Nada Yoga is the practice of unifying with sound.
When it's raining, it's not raining too---everything's like that. I had to take the dog out for a walk this morning. It's a cold day with colder rain. It's supposed to rain until sometime tomorrow. The rivers are gonna rise, streams are gonna jump their banks, and the sidewalk in front of my house is … Continue reading Between the Raindrops
Open monitoring is like listening to that one wind make all these sounds; fixed-attention is like the wind falling until everything's silent. Self-inquiry is asking, "Who's listening?"
I wish I could've helped her; I wish I could've done more. But there's a part of this path that I can't share with you. It's a passion, a current, a deep love for the story.
Sometimes I'm an idealist; life is beautiful and bright, all is mind and everything can be done. Sometimes I'm the cynic; life is ugly and dark, all is senseless and nothing matters. My life has been a battle between these two. I pray to Fuck that the cynic doesn't win. I don't want nihilism to … Continue reading The Confusion of Oblivion & Being
"Dharma" means teaching, but it also means the natural laws that these teachings point to... all we have to do to grok the Dharma is to pay attention, because the true nature of things is always in plain sight.
What is love (Baby don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more... sorry, I couldn't help it). From a biological perspective, love is a cocktail of neurotransmitters arousing specific neural pathways related to reward. From an evolutionary standpoint, it's a means to reproduction. Sexual attraction draws us to a mate, but love keeps us with … Continue reading Is Love Delusional?