ou can stay in this room and know the real world. Keep the curtains closed. Sit. Know the heaven that is present. The further you move from here, the less you know. So the insighted Dig without budging, See without looking, Act without trying. The...read more
I've found that my two boys often show me why happiness is a choice. In fact, what is it about the young? We are told that they are bundles of unrestrained joy and innocence. Really? Well, how come I'm looking at a pouty lip from my eldest (6 years wise) on most...read more
The thing about having a dream, or even just setting a big goal, is that it can stop you in your tracks. You freeze. I'll show you how practice is the key. “I don’t know if I could ever do that!” “That just seems unrealistic. How am I ever going to start?” A voice...read more
One of the most repeated pieces of advice I give to people is, "You're not broken." I say this so many times. And I believe that it's true. It's sort of the opposite to therapy. In that case you look at the damage caused from your past and relive it or express it to...read more
Not More Hacks! I don't really care for hacks. All that short-cut, time-saving ideology. I don't want to short change my experience just so that I can cram more into an hour. Run faster, get more done, be busier. Enough of doing more. But on this occasion I'm hacking...read more
Many people come to me for ways to use meditation to help them with relaxation. Stress and anxiety are huge realities for a number of them and seeking a way to relax is an understandable aim. Usually I give some starting techniques to introduce calm. Soon after I will...read more
21st Century Monk, Educator & Writer
Craig has over 20 years experience exploring the power of rhythm and meditation to bring about healing and transformation. He’s written two books, three manifestos and recently created a music manuscript publishing house. Craig’s writing has also been featured in Tiny Buddha, Change This and Pick The Brain.