This week we talk to Timber Hawkeye
Timber Hawkeye is the author of the very popular book Buddhist Boot Camp. He offers a non-sectarian approach to being at peace with the world.
His book was created from a series of blog posts and emails that friends encouraged him to publish. The book is a straightforward, plain spoken discussion of ways to live a better life.
In This Interview Timber and I Discuss…
- The One You Feed parable.
- How feeding one wolf makes it stronger and more likely to show up again.
- The process of creating his book.
- Fight Club and the Parable of the Two Wolves.
- Leaving his corporate job to live in Hawaii and live a simple life.
- “It’s not the table, it’s who is with you at dinner.”
- That happiness is not waiting for us in the distance but is available to us now.
- How exhausting the pursuit of happiness can be.
- The difference between feelings and emotions.
- Making our own choices, paying our own prices.
- We are the victims of our own choices.
- The suffering we create for ourselves.
- That pain is inevitable but suffering is optional.
- Feeling are not facts.
- Naming our demons and feeding our faith.
- Going beyond setting intention to setting actions.
- Explaining our anger instead of expressing it.
- How quickly we cross the line from discussion to argument.
- How vulnerability helps us to connect.
- That your mind is like a spoiled rich kid.
- How what you will allow will continue.
Timber Hawkeye Links