“There is a problem with the cultural expectations that we have for children and the way we raise young girls versus young boy. We have norms that allow boys to be emotionally immature further into adulthood. This screws everyone over because they become adult children.”
Social media is giving me the freedom to share my writing and thoughts. I am recognizing it as a tool, something that I can use to my benefit if I yield it with care and precision. But like a sharp knife, I must proceed with caution– fully aware of its potential for harm.
Hana Jackson opens up about the beauty in the Japanese collectivism, and what she likes and dislikes about US sensitivity culture.
Non-action is no accident, just as an athlete’s effortless movements and a musician’s performance require practice. We are all capable of walking through life as artists and athletes, moving towards a state of non-doing as we eliminate the noise.
“There wasn’t much opportunity for me to learn yoga philosophy and the mental aspects of meditation in a conventional yoga class. I wanted to study those elements of the practice in a deeper way.”
We can’t take away the decisions of the past, we can only work with what we have given ourselves up to this point. And I want to give myself physical freedom, this day and every day forward.
“The key to beauty is the inside job…Let’s go seize the day and fight the power.”
Food + culture go hand in hand. With this practice, the world has enjoyed thousands of years of positive human health. Let’s follow this time-tested model.
Hannah Craig opens up about the deceptive nature of the wellness culture and how she relates to food
“These external beauty standards have deeply affected my life. The only therapy I know for it is to simply delve into the sensations and discomfort, and seeing what magic arises from the vulnerability.”