Origins of The Blog

“You hold the seeds to help others plant themselves. You hold the seeds to help people grow.”

This was one of the first thoughts after meditation I can recall.

Seven years ago, at the behest of a therapist, I began meditating on a regular basis. For the first two years, my practice was solely a way to combat anxiety. Sometimes it still is, but now the practice has evolved into the realms of various techniques and plenty of insight, both internal and surrounding.

Meditation offers me a chance for perspective; zooming out of the noisy and overprotective mind often chattering away about past and future events. Over the years I’ve learned various breathing techniques, which in turn offer different flavors of peace in the present moment. Sometimes, insights emerge.

These thoughts are some of the shifting & evolving perspectives of my piece of the puzzle known as life. So in order to honor one of the first thoughts, I created this blog. Maybe they can help in some way. Or maybe others are experiencing something similar, and this is a way to let them know they aren’t alone.

Thanks so much for taking time to explore, check out and understand. I’m very open and willing to have a dialogue with anyone who wishes to comment or email.

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Pupu
    Jan 09, 2014 @ 12:02:46

    your work is inspiring, i hope i can find someone who holds the seed to let me grow! (#jackandthebeanstalk) your thoughts on meditation are brill, im off to go full on buddha and meditate. l8rz


  2. Beautiful Forces
    Mar 19, 2013 @ 14:38:36

    Bryce, I adore the origin of your blog and can’t wait to follow your thoughts after meditation. Thank you for the seeds. Keep ’em coming.



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