If you’re not learning, you’re not growing. If you’re not growing, you’re not living. I often wondered how Cory knew so much about so many things. He read A LOT, he watched A LOT of Youtube videos. But most importantly, he was an experiential learner. He used resources to guide him, yet the real learning was in being out in nature and in the real world living what he learned. Our hope is that you too can be guided by this library as a spring board for learning, growth and living.
Here is Cory’s Story given at “Story Time for Grownups” in Austin, Texas. It is a story of forgiveness, revenge and the crucible. A must see!
Denise Roussel shares about “Facing Your Fears” at her 35 year high school reunion.
Denise Roussel shares “Is Goodbye Really Necessary?” at Storytime for Grownups in Austin.
Denise Roussel expresses her thoughts about “Connecting in the Space Between the Words”.
Profound documentary: “The Sacred Geometry Movie”
Collective Evolution’s “Life Changing Video”
Meditation was an integral part of Cory’s life. Here’s what he wrote about meditation.
Living your Life to the Fullest
Cory felt strongly about sharing his experience with others so that we too can enjoy life to the fullest. Read more HERE.
I highly recommend this FREE Ebook, “How to Change the World”.
Cory was most in his element when he was connecting with others and felt passionate about building strong relationships:
Tips from Cory:
Ever heard of Kombucha?
Fasting was an important part of Cory’s experience. Here’s what he has to say about fasting.
Cory particularly practiced and advocated intermittent fasting.
Plants and Nature
Here is a sampling of things Cory wrote about in his FB page “Wild Food and Foraging Austin”.
Try foraging! HERE is a tip from Cory.
What are nootropics? Cory researched and used various nootropics, cognitive enhancing nutritive supplements, to help him attain health and enhanced mental cognition. Read HERE to find out more.
Here’s a nice video with Cory’s thoughts while running in Houston.
Cory decided to run 17 miles one day. HERE is what he posted about it.
Cory talked to me and wrote about this concept of quantum physics, the illusion of matter.
Cory explains more in Part 1 of “The Way Out”.
Cory spoke and wrote about lucid dreaming.
Ecstatic dance, a kinesthetic meditation of sorts, and the community in Austin played a vital role in Cory’s enlightenment. HERE is what he had to say about it:
Cory created a Austin Tourist Tips flyer. Enjoy!
Cory considered himself a keeper of the space that is the Congress Avenue Bridge and the bats. He developed a flyer to help others to learn more about it:
Cory recommended this site for a good laugh: Bat bomb
Cory was interviewed by a group doing a documentary on bats.
Cory was passionate about turning your interests into skills:
Bartering and ride shares
Cory LOVED Craigslist for everything from buying, selling, bartering, ride shares, you name it. Here is a hilarious post he wrote when he first arrived in Austin in 2008: