Ethan Indigo Smith

Ethan Indigo Smith is an author, philosopher and yoga practitioner. He currently resides in Tahoe City, California where he writes, snowboards and teaches yoga. He first learned chi gung in Canada after hurting himself on a snowboard trip and has been practicing meditative movement of some sort ever since. For many years he practiced chi gung, bone tapping and tai chi, he learned predominantly from Sam Edwards of Eureka Productions. He began integrating many systems towards refining his snowboarding. A practitioner friend, from a family of practitioners and body workers, introduced Ethan to The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation, which he has been practicing for eighteen years. He currently practices in the Tahoe area and teaches Tibetan Fusion at Mountain Lotus Yoga Studio, a fusion of chi gung, asanas, and the Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation. Recently Ethan has been developing his meditation practice, learning Buddhist meditations from Khenpo Ugyen Wangchuk, and grounding meditations from The Reno Psychic Institute and Christian Michael Steele. Ethan has written several books, including a metaphilosophy titled The Matrix of Four, The Philosophy of The Duality of Polarity, which looks at individual and collective consciousness and the idea of the righteous rebel. He also wrote 108 Steps to Be in The Zone, a look at the numerical significance of 108, related meditative movements and many helpful concepts. He also wrote Tibetan Fusion on the combination of chi gung, the Five Tibetan Rites and meditation. He recently finished The Little Green Book of Revolution, in which he explores Native American Indian culture vis–à–vis the pollution and politics of the postmodern world. Facebook: Ethan Indigo Smith

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