My “Now” Page

This page is inspired by Derek Sivers, who came up with the idea of a “Now Page”. Like most everything else I do, this is an experiment.

I live in Spokane, Washington, USA with my wife Lynn. We have lived here since 1996. I spend most of my time on the following:

Continuing my “spiritual journey” – in other words, pursuing a meaningful, peaceful , loving existence. I have not revised any of my previous posts on spiritual matters, but keep in mind I (and my views) have evolved considerably. Don’t assume you know what I “believe” based on my past posts. The older I get, the less I know.

Overcoming the challenges of Parkinson's Disease. First, by dealing with the psycho-spiritual challenges of having a progressive, neurodegenerative disease. Second, by taking the minimum effective doses of the pharmaceutical drugs which control the symptoms (mostly), and a variety of supplements. It is my goal to completely recover from this disease and stop taking the medications altogether, live to be 120, and to die peacefully in my sleep.

Optimizing my health through exercise, bodywork (massage and stretching), meditation, a ketogenic diet, and personalized supplementation. My team of medical advisers includes Neurologist Dr. David Greeley, my Health Optimization Specialist Dr. Gus Vickery, and Peak Performance Coach Ben Greenfield. Virtual mentors include: Dr. Peter Attia, Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Joe Dispenza, and Dr. David Perlmutter.

Enjoying life with my family (my son Sean Edwards lives here in Spokane and we operate a local coffee shop together).

Pondering the question: what can I work on today that still be of benefit 500 years from now?

Making my podcast, The Ray Edwards Show, and creating videos for my YouTube Channel.

Making trainings and working with clients to grow their businesses. My expertise is in Communication Strategy (Copywriting and Marketing). I also do some Private Coaching and Consulting (invitation-only).

Reading books, taking photographs, watching films.

My priority is to simplify my life by eliminating distractions, clutter, possessions, and non-essentials.

If there is a big change in my life, I'll update this page.

Last update was May 10, 2020.