About Bryan Reeves

Bryan is a former US Air Force Captain turned breakthrough coach and transformational projects entrepreneur. Bryan has talked mind-body science with Oprah Winfrey, bumped actual heads with the Tibetan Oracle for the Dalai Lama, toured with a conscious pop music band for 12 months across North America, and is now writing his first book, Tell The Truth, Let The Peace Fall Where It May. On the Executive Board of the Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment, Bryan co-founded the Center for Mindful Education in Los Angeles where he brings mindfulness to businesses, non-profits, military veterans with PTSD, people diagnosed with autism, and more. Bryan is a regular contributor to The Daily Love and writes about conscious sexuality and pure awesome living on his own blog, ThisWildWakingJourney.com. His official website is ManagingTheMagic.com.

How To Give A Great Hug

A truly great hug is a rich experience that has you pull another human body deliciously tight into yours as a way of saying, “I so deeply value your presence that I’m taking this exact moment to feel you, smell you, breathe with you – essentially stamp your being into my cellular memory so that… Continue Reading →

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Men Are Not Supposed To Understand Women

I’ve finally realized that I’m not supposed to understand a woman. I am only supposed to love her in all her wild mystery. I’m a masculine man. I wouldn’t want to truly understand a woman, anyway. Like most men, once I understand something – or even think I do – I’ll bore quickly of it,… Continue Reading →

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Why Some Men Can’t Be Friends With Women They’re Attracted To (And Some Can)

Can men be authentic friends with women they’re sexually attracted to? This question applies to same sex attractions, as well, but I’m going to dive in from a heterosexual man’s perspective. Because I’m a heterosexual Man, and I have lived this question thoroughly. And more than one female friends of mine has lamented over this question… Continue Reading →

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A Man’s Evolution In Intimacy With Women

I used to just want a woman’s sexy body. Later I wanted her intelligent mind, too. Now, as the mature masculine man in me awakens, there’s something far more precious than her body or even her mind that I covet: her devotional heart. I’ll explain. Here’s my evolution in intimacy with women: As a teenager,… Continue Reading →

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It’s Time To Grow Up (But Not Old)

I had two bowls of cereal for dinner the other night. The next morning, I went out and played my worst game of pickup basketball … ever. Afterwards, while I sat dejected on the grassy side of this Santa Monica basketball court overlooking a sun-splashed Pacific Ocean, I posted on Facebook that I’ve decided it’s… Continue Reading →

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Embracing The Ache Of Loneliness

This blog is dedicated to the lonely. Even the lonely who have partners. Have you ever felt really lonely? I mean that kind of loneliness where you lie awake at night and your chest pulses with soft ache and your heart slowly burns as some persistent thought insists you’re destined to go through this lifetime… Continue Reading →

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Breathing Into Untimely Sexual Energy

Sexual energy rises and falls in the body like the tides. I’m a single, 39th-year man, living in Santa Monica, California, surrounded by brilliant AND gorgeous women. Yet I have no intimate female partner with whom I can express the natural sexual energies coursing through my body every single day. Do you have any idea… Continue Reading →

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A Man Walks With Her Anyway

“Can I walk you to your car?” I asked her. “Oh, don’t worry, I can walk myself,” she responded. The boy inside me thought, yeah, she can walk herself; she doesn’t need me. The Man inside me thought, yes, she can walk herself, and I will walk her, anyway. It was dark outside, a bit… Continue Reading →

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Forget Resolutions, Just 5 Words (Or Less) Can Change Your Life!

Let’s face it, most New Year’s Resolutions are the product of small thinking. We all want to live the best version of ourselves in 2014. We want to walk in our truth and express what we came to this planet to express, right? But living as your best self is far beyond simply quitting smoking or… Continue Reading →

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What’s Your Empowering Mantra For 2014?

One year ago, in early 2013, I hit a bottom. I wasn’t homeless or completely broke, but I could see both from where I stood last January. I had been working on some exciting projects, managing spiritual music artists and producing major events with world-renowned teachers and performers. But so much of that was for… Continue Reading →

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Give The Gift Of Letting Other People Think Whatever They Want

I propose a powerful experiment for you this holiday season. It’s simple: don’t try to convince anyone of anything. This experiment will be especially useful if you are going to visit family and stressful interactions are routine in that curious tribe. I went to visit my mom in Maryland for Thanksgiving. My mom’s amazing. She’s… Continue Reading →

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What Truth Is Your Life Aching To Express?

Great art hijacks our timid caterpillar thoughts and sends us soaring unrestrained into the mysterious realms of wild, untamed truth. Throughout history, we passionately admire the audacious artists who express what we may literally be dying to say but can’t say, don’t know how to say, or didn’t even know we wanted to say! Art is… Continue Reading →

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