Karuna Cayton, psychotherapist and author of “The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them”, talks to us about the importance of examining our own mind and thoughts.

If you’ve ever had a fortune from a fortune cookie that you’ve liked, and you also like awesome things, I highly recommend reading this.

You guys aren’t going to want to miss this interview! I talk with Margaret Pearson Ph.D., the first woman scholar to translate the I Ching, and I’m not exaggerating when I say her work is groundbreaking. So click on in as we talk about her book “The Original I Ching: An Authentic Translation of the Book of Changes Based on Recent Discoveries”, Chinese history, yin, and more!

Tobin Blake, author of “Everyday Meditation: 100 Daily Meditations for Health, Stress Relief, and Everyday Joy”, briefly discusses meditation and three steps to start you along the path of a meditation practice.

Essentially I brag about some awesome shopping I did this past holiday season. Seriously. But you should still check it out, it has pretty pictures.

Click on in for a raucous good….with vegans! That’s right, forget everything you know and come on in for laughter, explosions, and rum in your breakfast foods. Yes people, RUM for BREAKFAST.

Yes, it is tarot time again folks! This time we’ve got the “Simply Deep Tarot” by Chanel Bayless and James Battersby from Schiffer Publishing. I’ll be gushing about cardboard, revealing the creator’s motives, and sharing with you what in my opinion is the best Chariot ever.

Archaeoacoustics at Stonehenge, some real blue men, an interview with Professor Peter Higgs, a beautiful look at Rio and more in this link-tacular Geek Month in Review from JB Sanders!