How Cold Showers Changed My Life

How Cold Showers Changed My Life

What would you say if I told you that making a tiny modification to your normal routine could absolutely change your life? What would you think if I told you it only took 2 minutes? And that the cost is just about zero if you already have running water?

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Tangled in the Limbs of Paris

Tangled in the Limbs of Paris

I loved two women then, but Amber and I had decent enough chemistry while carousing in our underwear or less. I was disappointed that she was falling in like with one of the camera assistants, but Francois Rousseau managed to make our toilet paper ad look like a fragrance campaign, and we were all happy about that. (Peep the porcelain in the upper right.)

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Five Minutes With... Nicolas Gregoriades

Five Minutes With... Nicolas Gregoriades

Nicolas Gregoriades is the founder of the Jiu-Jitsu Brotherhood, co-host of Digital Communion, a world traveler and experienced psychonaut, and a dear friend of mine, among many other things.

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Dial "M" For Murder by Frederick Knott

Dial "M" For Murder by Frederick Knott

Knott's genius in crafting this is all of the little built-in devices, not the least of which is that whole business of the "key under the stair carpet on the fifth step." Precise details like this, and their cunning repetition, plant seeds in the minds of the audience that Tony has thought of damn near everything.

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Anatomy of a Meditation

Anatomy of a Meditation

I imagine my mind like a planet with rings around it, each representing a different gear. There are gears devoted to reason, gears devoted to the senses, and gears devoted to creativity, all orbiting my consciousness at different speeds. And my mind's eye will spotlight up to three gears at once at its most chaotic and unchecked. 

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