The concept of a ‘body of work’ is central to expanding your life. Artists are not measured by being ‘one hit wonders’, they are measured by the extent and quality of their work over time. This is generally true of any profession or avocation. If you do your inventory and it includes a lot of […]
Far too many of us base our lifestyle on our perception of who we were rather who we are. One of the most common phrases you’ll hear from people who have expanded is: “That’s who I used to be, I’m not that person any more.” A lot of our judgement, ideas, beliefs and other values […]
”In one of the Upanishads it says, when the glow of a sunset holds you and you say ‘Aha,’ that is the recognition of the divinity. And when you say ‘Aha’ to an art object, that is a recognition of divinity. And what divinity is it? It is your divinity, which is the only divinity […]
Many of the posts here on SubHopping are excerpt from a book project called The Power Book, which documents notes and concepts for making changes in your life that add to your personal power. But what does that mean? Personal power is confidence and the happiness you feel as you acquire it. Many of us […]
Diets. There are literally thousands of books, articles, costly plans, seminars, supplements and other systems for losing weight. Many dieters try many systems, lose weight and gain it back. Like everything on One Way To, dieting is a habit change but a lot of these systems ask you to make very radical changes, adopt exercise […]
Huh? One way? A sort of ‘my way or the highway’ thing? No. One Way To is just that: One way (not the only way) to get things done that you’ve struggled with. There’s a simple reason for this approach. Anything you pursue, whether it’s health, relationships, addictions, financial success, happiness or whatever, has many […]
I’ve been wanting a place to write about things that don’t always fit into regular places, things that interest, surprise and inform my worldview. And I’ve wanted to provide a platform for other writers to do the same. That’s what SubcultureHopping is all about.