How I Unplugged From the Matrix: My Story on the Author Hour Podcast
I want to let you in on an interview I did that comes out today on the Author Hour podcast hosted by Nikki Van Noy. We talk about the story I share in my new book, Free for Life: A Navy […]Read More
Are You So Busy Fulfilling Everyone Else’s Needs That You Neglect Your Own?
At some point in our lives, we wake up one morning and say, “WTF? I help all of these people and I get shit in return.” The easy path is to project that others are the problem. So we distance […]Read More
The System that Quickly Diminishes Tension, Stress, and Distortion Where Other Systems Fail
If you’ve experienced twisting, pressure, and friction within the joint capsule and surrounding connective tissues, or what their results, tendonitis or structural damage in the ligaments, you know this excessive friction within the joints leads to swelling. Swelling presses up […]Read More
What Stress & Tension Hold You Back From
As the old adage goes, “What came first, the chicken or the egg?” Reapplied to the focus of our conversation, it sounds like this, “What came first, the stress or the inner outcome of stress?” Stress begets more stress. Tension […]Read More
The Ancient Chinese Technique That Can Neutralize the Stress of Modern Life
Pain, injury, and distortion are the effects of life’s compounding stress, either external such as toxic people, work, or places of low frequency, or internal such as fear, weakness, stress, tension, distortion, or toxicity. Ma Xing, an ancient Chinese technique, […]Read More
What is True Body Intelligence?
True… (adj.) In accordance with fact or reality… (v.) Bring an object, wheel, or other construction into the exact shape, alignment, or position required. Body… (n.) The physical structure of a person, place, or thing. Intelligence… (n.) The ability to […]Read More
Why Stress You Experience Today Matters – for the Rest of Your Life
Stress is grossly overlooked when it comes to addressing the effects or inner outcomes of disease. While there are too many exceptions, most Americans would not consider that their childhood was full of distressing experiences that began to reshape their […]Read More