Talkin bout’ change, ego death, and hanging w/ friends in the psych ward Continue reading For Free & For Fun w/ Peter Croonquist
Lawnmowers growl and the sun peeks through a blanket that you thumb tacked against the window.
You roll over to stare at the wall and slam a fist into your face, wishing you were anywhere but here.
You turn the TV on and stare into the abyss. Continue reading An Echo of Another Age
God is a verb. It’s the moment we exist in as it expresses itself. It is reality. Truth. It doesn’t give a shit about what I’m thinking or how I’m feeling. It just is. It’s happening. Continue reading On Step 3
We met earlier this year when I was going through a tough time
One day, I called and asked to meet with him
I went over to his house and asked him how to believe in god Continue reading Zen Mastering
Video Essay from “Whats it All About” (Inside the Minds Eye Ep.1) Continue reading Heroin, States of Psychosis, and Falling in Love
7 years sober today & that means it’s story time! Let’s see if I can’t get it in 3 sentences:
Every morning I’d wake up and shoot heroin.
One day, I was withdrawing so bad that I wanted to end my life.
I went to my roomate’s room, took out his rifle, and a thought popped into my head: Continue reading Lucky Number Slevin
Sometimes I forget how awesome it was to be psychotic.
Like a hand of god on your shoulder guiding your way. All aware, all powerful, and totally insane.
It feels so good that when you come out of it you’re sad it’s gone. Continue reading “Whats It All About” (Essay)
This episode is all about writing, creativity, artistry, Zen Mysticism, heroin addiction, states of psychosis, falling in love, and much much more. I hope ya’ll enjoy! Continue reading “Whats It All About” (Inside the Minds Eye Ep. 1)
I had the great honor and privilege to help my buddy Christian at Most High Media produce his new documentary: Dog Island “Surrender, Acceptance, Action” Continue reading Dog Island: “Surrender, Acceptance, Action”
I don’t fuck with heroin addicts.
They’re impulsive, egotistical, and lazy. They think they’re special. They don’t listen. And they’re totally incapable of paying attention to anything outside of themselves for more than a few seconds…
And I’m one of them. Continue reading Hazmat