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Review of Season 2

n this final episode of season 2, I do a quick review of seasons 1 and 2 - providing some key points.

Synchronicity

In this episode: I discuss the Jungian concept of synchronicity and touch upon reincarnation. In the question of today, I answer about how to explain what Taoism offer...

Organized religious institutions

In this episode: I discuss some possible reasons why people are turning away from churches and some organized religions in general, in favor of their own personal spir...

Being different and facing rejection

In this episode: I discuss our uniqueness and get personal about my own uniqueness. I also discuss rejection and the feelings associated of feeling broken and inadequa...

Moderation

In this episode: I discuss the concept of moderation. In the question of today, I answer about my impression of a popular book which interprets and comments on the Tao...

Some questions to ponder

In this episode: I challenge you with some philosophical questions to get your mind to do some exploring. In the question of today, I answer a "grab bag" of questions ...

Ride a bike

In this episode: I discuss the benefits of riding a bike. Not Taoism related you say - oh yes it is, biking is a way of living in harmony with the Tao by improving you...

A Taoist Pitbull

In this episode: I discuss a probably Taoist master, my pitbull dog Coco - I will explain. In the question of today, I answer "What do you love most about being a Taoi...

Be assertive

In this episode: I discuss assertive styles of communication, which fits with the Taoism approach of moderation and staying in the middle - as opposed to being too pas...

Diet and Taoism

In this episode: I discuss what you eat. I talk about my new keto diet in order to improve my health.

Chi, Ki, and Tai Chi

In this episode: I interview Bill Douglas, who is a Tai Chi instructor, as well as the founder of World Tai Chi and Qigong Day!

Fun with mindfulness

In this episode: I discuss a fun technique to explain mindfulness. In the question of today, I answer, "How do explain Taoism to kids?"

Depression

In this episode: I discuss depression. I have two messages about it, both equally important in my opinion. In the question of today, I answer about over-esteeming peo...

Do the right thing

In this episode: I discuss doing the right thing - living a life of virtue in accordance with the Tao. I comment on how many people and businesses seem to have forgote...

Change our thoughts?

In this episode: I discuss whether it is better to try to change specific thoughts, including replacing them, or instead, is it better to change our relationship to ou...

Be like water

In this episode: I discuss Lao Tzu's reminder to us, to be like water - which is powerful, essential, and yet humble. In the question of today, I give my take on the c...

The most important things

In this episode: I discuss the things that really matter most in our lives, what can we do to make our priorities a priority? In the question of today, I answer "Do I ...

Got to let it go

In this episode: I discuss the risk of holding on to things and the need to let go of prolonged anger, resentments, and holding on to anything destructive or nonproduc...

Don't marry your beliefs

In this episode: I discuss attachments to our beliefs and other aspects of our lives. In the question of today, I answer about my favorite translations or versions of ...

Lao Tzu and his empty cup

In this episode: I discuss the empty cup and how we all have a "not good enough". We try to fill our empty cup, but that is what makes our "cup" useful and our life me...

Be true to your nature

In this episode: I discuss how it is often important to make sure the path you are on is true to your nature. In the question of today, I answer about the importance o...

Simplify your life

In this episode: I discuss ways to make your life easier in order to reduce stress. In the question of today, I answer a question about tips for a married couple who f...

Ice cream and a yellow Jeep

In this episode: I discuss how your brain has a hard time processing "not" doing things. I provide a fun experiment which demonstrates this. In the question of today, ...

Taoism and acceptance

In this episode: I talk about acceptance and letting go during times of adverse circumstances. I provide 5 tips on things to be aware of during times when the cosmic 2...

Meditation Monkeys

In this episode: I talk a little bit about monkeys, well sort of- but mostly about meditation. It does not have to be boring! Also, I answer the question of today abou...

How many Taoists does it take to change a light bulb?

In this episode: I talk about change, how difficult it is. I open with the Taoist parable of the Out of Control Horse and describe how it is often neccessary for us to...

Now is the only time

In this episode: I talk about the importance of both spontaneity and being fully present in the moment. We spend too much time focused on the future or being too busy ...

People can be mean

In this episode: I talk about people who are rude and some downright mean. I talk about an example where I could have been rude, but I am glad I wasn't and about bees ...

Self Limiting Factors

In this episode: I discuss self-limiting factors that keep us stuck from being fully present and enjoying meaningful moments in life. I do a recap of mindfulness made ...

Get rid of stress?

In this episode: I introduce this podcast about Taoist philosophy combined with contextual psychology for today's uncertain times. I ask: Should we try to get rid of ...

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