Articles on “Balance”

weak-powerful-wordsAre you afraid of commitment? No, I don’t mean relationships – I mean words. I’ve noticed that I have tended to use what I call “weak words” when setting plans, or even in telling a story in normal conversation. I’m not alone either – many people are afraid to commit to a specific time, leaving them off the hook if the […]


Grand Canyon Colorado River. Or the separation between ourselves.There’s an amazingly simple law of power that states: “a group is easier controlled and suppressed when it is divided”. This is the more evolved take on the classic “divide & conquer” military strategy. Whether or not you realize it, or whether or not the people propagating it are doing it out of malice, the […]


No responses from online dating? Attracting losers on POF, OKC, or Match.com? Wondering where all the good men or women are in real life? Chances are you're either guilty of these 5 personality sins, or the people you're looking to date are. I've got the no-holding-back fixes and dating tips to change that.


There's a difference between "getting excited" and being thrilled and blissful in the moment.When we typically think about “being excited”, it’s a good thing right? If somebody where to tell you that getting excited wasn’t particularly the best way to go about anticipating something, you’d likely think they were a grumpy sourpuss that was here to devour your happiness. And your soul. If myself, Mr. Focus-On-What-You-Want-Positive-Pants, told you that “getting […]


The ego fights for its survival through conflicts. Surrender and acceptance cultivates peace.Have you ever met somebody who loved arguing or debating with you, if even simply for the joy of it? Somebody that will purposely go out of their way to prove a point or defend their position to extremes, or even impose their views as law? Or somebody that feels it’s their duty to go around […]


This cat's confidence is the only way it could cross.Growing up there are constantly new experiences where we realize — or rather, decide — where we stand in relationship to them. We go to school for the first time and we’re either outgoing or shy. We go to ask out parents for a new toy and they either say yes or no (we are, or […]


The most masculine man in the world – James Bond 007 – still bleeds.The other day I had a fascinating epiphany about the correlation between being a powerful alpha male/masculinity and being vulnerable. It actually reminded me of my foray into doing Polyman TV videos, and my second episode on “A Lesson in Vulnerability”. This aspect, being the tender and less glamourous side of the masculine discussion, rarely gets any attention […]


glacier-oneness-dualityMost people in the world are under the spell of a dualistic world: good vs evil, right vs wrong, light vs dark, male vs female, etc. While this way of thinking makes for incredible stories and evokes powerful responses, seeing the world and all experiences through this filter causes much suffering for most of humanity due […]


FB-like-thumbRemember when Facebook introduced the “like” button? Long time ago, aye. Do you remember the masses throwing a fit because there was no equivalent “dislike” button… or have you ever wondered that yourself — why there’s only a “like” button? Well, regardless of their political ties, business practices, or success, this little feature of Facebook (or […]


PMTV EP-13 Best InvestmentWhat’s the best investment you could ever make? Real estate? Cars? Stocks? Gold? Strippers? None of the above (well, maybe that last one). The best investment has nothing to do with what goes on in the world. In this video i describe what an asset and an expense is, and the true best investment that will […]


relationship growthsIn this video, I share a perspective and metaphor on how to deal with being in a relationship with somebody else who’s on difference “levels” as you. The key focus is to not look for the same place of growth, but the same pace of growth. Find somebody who’s growing at a similar pace as you, rather than trying […]


nielsen-american-hours-watching-tv-weekThe factual statistics that the average American spends 33 hours a week watching TV, then put into a greater perspective on how television is literally sucking people's life away.


PMTV EP-4To most people, including myself, the idea of being rich with money and material possessions tends to be what first pops into our minds when we think of wealth. Exotic luxury super cars stockpiled in 6-car garages with that new car smell still filling your nostrils every time you open the door. Private yacht trips […]


20110721-123229.jpgAn explain of duality and it's purpose, along with an easy way to transcend a dualistic mindset for reducing judgement and attachment.


Abundance is everywhere in everythingThe idea and mindset of abundance is extremely powerful. But what do you do until you are congruently believing the world is abundant and are experiencing it in all areas of life? This simple trick will help you behave as if it were already true... because it is.


Learn about Uzazu (formally The 16 Ways): a system similar to yoga/tai chi/qigong, that focuses on balancing yin and yang energies through movement, breath, sound, and intention. Dylan Newcomb is the real deal, and has been developing Uzazu for the last 10 years.




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