Procrastinators delay doing tasks. Precrastinators take quick action and get things done. Which one wins in the productivity battle? The answer isn’t what you’d expect.
If you find yourself constantly in motion — running around, always busy, always thinking and doing — I encourage you to try a Yin practice.
While you’re caught in your pursuit of happiness, you might be missing out on a feeling so much more profound that English doesn’t even have a word for it. Welcome to Yūgen.
Our minds will work overtime to keep us from the Threshold of Tolerance, the place where we must go to reach a point of resolve.
In a culture of go-go-go we never fully arrive. The invitation at the Winter Solstice is to arrive, stay, and listen.
Yin yoga may not look like a “workout,” but don’t underestimate it. It will challenge you like few other workouts, by forcing you to be in your discomfort without escaping.
The willingness to show up for others in difficult times is transformative. Not just for others, but for ourselves.