Adyashatmypants strikes again (Teabag Chopra is IN DA HOUSE)

John Wood, Founder of Rageheart

by John Wood

Last Saturday, I drank San Pedro with my sister Adyashatmypants (aka. “Ellie”, a much less spiritual name) and a bunch of other crazy cats.

It was a good day.

Blue sky, gorgeous mountains and lukewarm San Pedro.

Nice view here in Peru


The warm part wasn’t great – basically lukewarm cactus soup without the thorns – but hey, sometimes medicine is bitter 🤷‍♂️

As always, the ceremony itself was pretty special (it’s good medicine – and it goes GREAT with the tools inside Rageheart)… but that’s not what I want to focus on today.


Today, I want to talk about something far more serious:

Holy and wise spiritual names.

See, after the ceremony, everyone sits around and talks shit and somehow, we end up talking about spiritual names.

Ellie tells the story of Adyashatmypants and everyone laughs (except for the sensitive soul in the corner in white clothes and yoga beads who LOVES Adyashanti 🤦‍♂️).

Sidenote: I told the story of Adyashatmypants in the past… so if you missed it, go check out the Daily Rages that you haven’t read (the subject line is a very professional “I just shat my pants”).

Anyway, the conversation moves on and that’s when I hear it from the corner of my ear…


It was perfect.

Adyashatmypants strikes again!

Hell of a name, Teabag Chopra.

100% original of course… unless you count that dude who writes a ton of books about how to be a rectal sauce box.

The question is…

What the teabag does this have to do with Rageheart and unleashing the beast?

Well, they’re related in a few ULTRA SUPER DOOPER important ways:

First, you don’t need a spiritual name to unleash the beast with Rageheart.

Second, the beast inside you is more likely to come out if you stop taking everything so seriously. You know, relax a little. Laugh. Make fun of all the stupid shit in the world – like spiritual names.

Third, Rageheart isn’t about enlightenment or any of that high and mighty BS. Yes, it’s about getting out of your head… but instead of going around all the shit that’s inside of us (like a lot of so-called “spirituality” and “self-help” encourages), we learn to clear it properly.

Instead of going around it, we go INTO it.

Instead of sweeping it under the rug, we lift the rug up and vacuum it out.

That way… it’s GONE for real.


If you want to unleash the beast inside you instead of tea bagging it all the time, sign up to Rageheart when it opens up this Thursday the 17th.

If you’re already a member and you’re feeling the call of the beast, hit the “Sign In” link and get raging:


Happy teabagging,

John Wood

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