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The Cowboy has left the building.

From the beginning A was uncomfortable with the label, The Cowboy. She said it objectified him and she did not like it. I giggled like the schoolgirl I appeared to be emulating, “But it’s cuuuuuute!” I countered. She shrugged. In … Continue reading

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It’s a karmic cycle, yo.

One of the areas of focus in my yoga education for the past month has had to do with karma yoga. While most of us are familiar with karma as a larger concept, (often described as the universal law of … Continue reading

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Exaggerated Self-Opinion.

affectedness, aggressiveness, airs, aloofness, amour-propre, aplomb, arrogance, assurance, assuredness, audacity, backbone, balls, bluster, boastfulness, boasting, boldness, braggadocio, bragging, brass, bravery, certainty, certitude, cheek, chutzpah, complacence, complacency, conceit, conceitedness, consequence, contemptuousness, conviction, coolness, courage, crust, disdain, disdainfulness, effrontery, ego, egocentricity, egomania, … Continue reading

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After this post, I may need to be “Committed.”

It has happened again. I am reading a book with so much immediate and significant relevance I am wondering how it is possible that it landed in my hands at this time. Of course I know, technically, how it happened: … Continue reading

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