Neal J. Yohas has always had a curiosity about life, people, nature, the world around us, and the cosmos itself.
Even from an early age, he has sought to understand why things are the way they are. It was always like this, and this is what drives me. He spends his days meditating, practicing yoga, and seeking the joy to be found in life and in nature. He likes to disappear into the countryside and is a self-confessed tree hugger. He is driven by the truth of our existence. Deeply passionate, misunderstood, and evasive, he has no time for authority of any kind. He has made mistakes, like any man, and has been on a search for meaning for many years now.
From a psychiatrist’s chair, where a broken heart and great despair reigned, to a place where clarity, understanding, and acceptance prevailed, he became well acquainted with his ugly side, great personal loss and acute loneliness, alienation, and hurt. Through a dedicated yoga practice, which greatly opened him up to his dormant spiritual side and an aspect of life he never before knew existed, he has risen from the depths of great personal hurt and reclaimed a life of richness, vibrancy, and deep personal truth. He lives in a place of gratitude and inner peace and practices yoga religiously every day.