What is your daily ritual? And why?
I do some movement to open up physiological processes, chi kung, amplify positive emotion/affect, clear out energies that aren’t mine, expand bliss-emptiness in various anatomical (gross, subtle, causal) areas, abide in non-dual awareness, and ground in the gross body…
When and how did you first come across yoga?
I came across yoga in 2005 when I wanted to spend an hour daily doing a form of exercise that would give me the most return-on-investment, in which I could work out my body, mind, and spirit. I decided on yoga asana, and started practicing out of books for a long time before going to any classes.
What do you love about yoga festivals?
What kind of world do you dream of?
One where every person is sovereign, grounded in knowing their capabilities at any given moment, altruistic, loving, and interested in intelligently balancing their the agency and communion of themselves and others. Ultimately, I am interested in the realisation that All is the Self, beautifully differentiated in duality as the play of the omnipotence of consciousness.