If My Life (up till now) was a College Party

One of the great things of meditation is that you can do it anywhere, even if it’s only for a few seconds in the most randomness places. Such as 2 nights ago during a speech contest hosted by my club (that’s a different story). The epiphany was if my life was to be metaphorically represented… Continue reading If My Life (up till now) was a College Party

Operation Fasting – Week 3

Week 3 of my fasting period hit a few speed bumps along the way. On Monday I accidentally ate a peach, which in effect broke my fast. Realizing that I was only going to fast for three days (Mon-Wed) I decided that as “punishment”, I’d do another day of fasting. The next day, I then… Continue reading Operation Fasting – Week 3

Martial Discoveries: Meditating on the death of a Sensei

In this edition of Martial Discoveries: 1.) Thanks to Bob from Striking Thoughts for this gem. This is an interview that the great bum of a martial artist Seagal gave on the Russian Times. Courtesy goes to Aikido Journal. 2.) Found this article on Facebook on some research done by researchers at UC Santa Barbara… Continue reading Martial Discoveries: Meditating on the death of a Sensei

Solitude can be a Good Teacher

I just got back from meeting up with a cousin who I haven’t seen in several weeks. It’s funny we only live a few minutes away from each other yet we don’t get to see each other often. We have our own lives but at least it seems that whenever we meet it’s like we’re… Continue reading Solitude can be a Good Teacher