The 3-foot deep “sea” of glass bottles

I waded into the kitchen last night after dinner and saw glass bottles EVERYWHERE 😳 I say “waded” because it was like wading into the ocean, except instead of water, it was a 3-foot deep “sea” of glass bottles (thankfully, the bottles were unbroken). There were glass bottles on the floor… …glass bottles on all … Continue reading

How to think like a cat (or a tree)

Do cats think? Do trees worry? Do mountains fret over whether they’re good enough to be a sausage entrepreneur or a mother of five or an Oscar-winning actor? You can learn a lot observing nature. Just this morning, I watched one of our kittens Zeus as he ate his breakfast (trout paté, kibble and deliciously … Continue reading

How to rewild your nervous system

In the world of nervous system healing, “regulation” is the technical term for a healthy nervous system. That’s why I keep talking about “regulating your nervous system” as the goal. However, Daily Rage Subscriber Rhiannon makes an excellent point in her reply to my email on “How I beat up the kid next door” 😯 … Continue reading

Do you suffer from NSD?

NSD is short for “nervous system dysregulation”. If you’ve got NSD, it essentially means that your nervous system is stuck ON or OFF (or both at the same time). If it’s stuck in ON (sympathetic / fight or flight) mode: You’re anxious. Angry. You rarely feel safe. You’re hyper-sensitive. You can’t focus. You can’t “come … Continue reading

You are a plant

On my recent psychedelic plant medicine dieta, my maestro/teacher Felix said something interesting. He told us to spend our day observing nature and see what we can learn 🌄 The sky, mountains and wind. The plants, flowers and trees. The birds and the bees. According to Felix, this is where the Shipibo people derive a lot … Continue reading

Be here now or buy that butt plug?

It’s simple advice. Just be here now. Don’t think. Don’t imagine anything. Just be here now. And yet… It’s incredibly difficult, is it not? Look at how most people live. It’s ALL about distractions. It’s as if the entire world is designed simply to distract us from what’s happening right now. Thinking is simply the … Continue reading