- You are what you attract. You attract people at the level that you are at.
- Ketosis for brain health. The problem I see is that people are so focussed on weight-loss that they forget to acknowledge that there are other benefits for things such as exercise and ketosis. On top of that, they over-do it (eg. Is on-going ketosis even healthy?! Are extreme diet philosophies such as being vegan or carnivore good for your HEALTH, ethics aside?) I exercise for my peace of mind. I do cyclical ketosis for anti-aging effects, autophagy and brain health.
- A fun read for cyclists: The 6 Stages of Cycling Enlightenment
- 8 Ways to Elevate Your Next Adventure
- What Are the Odds We Are Living in a Computer Simulation? – This is a super old article but consciousness is probably the most perplexing topic of our time but who cares— we can make the most out of our lives living in a simulation or not. Sometimes it’s okay not to know! I know some people who are sooo highly analytical, trying to make sense out of every little thing that they overthink themselves into existential angst. My unsolicited advice: stop thinking so much and go enjoy your short time on earth. 🙃
- Why We Dream – Dr. Bob Stickgold with Dr. Christine Schaffner – Compelling discussion on how our brain reorganizes information while we sleep in REM as it attempts to make sense of what it absorbed throughout the day (based on all your past experiences).
- The Biofield: The Missing Link Between Healing and Consciousness – I’m a huge believer of energy healing and it’s part of my routine. Biofeedback, reiki, and acupuncture are all forms of energy healing that has made profound changes in my life. Listen to this episode to learn more!
- The High 5 Habit & The Secret To Motivation w/ Mel Robbins – Mel’s 5-4-3-2-1 method was one of the most effective tools I used to get over cyclic negative thoughts. She’s out with a new book!
- History Course: Medicine and Healing in China – I’ve been fascinated about acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine lately because of the benefits and effects I’ve felt the past few months as I’ve been going 2-3x/week. I’m a history freak so naturally, it’s a good idea to start with the history and origins of TCM.