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I’m Not a Very “Good Yogi”



I'm not a very 'good yogi'. (And here I use both 'good' and 'yogi' pretty damn liberally.) For instance... I'm a little too attached to worldly possessions – I've lost two pairs of Prada sunglasses in the last two months and their loss has effected me deeply. If you've seen them, for Gods' sakes PLEASE return at least ONE of them... I have a helluva temper, and though I only stopped punching holes in walls because I'm also phenomenally lazy (and patching them proved to be a pain the ass), I still lose my shit regularly. My face wears a...

Six Nuggets of Wisdom I Learned from Anger & How We can Use them to become Better People.



For most of my life, I have been a notoriously angry S.O.B. At age 27, I actually started fighting in the cage in order to have a healthier outlet for my rage. The other day, a student asked me, “How do you deal with your anger these days?” Short of stepping into the octagon, this is what I have to offer: Recognize it: Nothing good comes from ignorance. As yogis, there’s phenomenal pressure on us to be perfect. But ignoring it, pretending we’re indifferent, or that we’re unaffected by it will not invite you to successfully integrate anger. (In fact,...

Love Un/Requited.



I saw my dad a few months ago for the first time in 11 years. Before that it had been 13 years. We spent most of our time silent, using our tongues less than our ears—turns out you can’t catch up on 35 years. The day passed in a very manly—and pleasant—Midwestern way. We lifted weights, shot pistols, ate burgers and talked about women. Women meaning my sisters (his estranged daughters), our lovers and my mother. At one point, late in the day, he plucked a picture from a secret hiding spot tucked behind a framed copy of the Lord’s...

I’M HAVING A REVERSE MID-LIFE CRISIS: ON GIVING ONESELF A PROSTATE EXAMINATION.



I turned 35 last week, and I’m pretty sure I’m having a mid-life crisis… Only, so far as the first (presumed) half of my life was dominated by rascality, and slightly above-average — but wholly appropriate — delinquency (a prolonged stint of what a geezer or two might still call ballyhoo) my mid-life crisis has made me more… well, responsible. “What’s being 35 feel like?” my little brother asked me. “Fuckin’ old,” I said without hesitation. Witness: I recently bought a dependable car — a Toyota Tacoma, which is a really badass, girl’s truck if you don’t know it (at...

Why I Choose Celibacy.



Sexuality is an interesting topic to teach on, especially in a public yoga class. Sweat pouring down sculpted, scantily clad bodies—heat and humidity, breath and energy warming us “from the inside out”—well, you get it. But as it’s one of very few topics that I have explored extensively, the honor fell to me naturally to broach this often unbroachable topic. In a world where porn is a $97 billion business (ranking it higher than the yoga and pet industries combined in this country) our cultural unwillingness to open our own respective closets seems silly at best and shameful at worst....

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