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Bharat Bandh

Here in India today, there’s a national strike. The government have changed the law to open up farming to the free markets. Farmers are concerned that the changes will lead to a loss of income, control and eventually, their livelihood. The response of millions of farmers has been to march on Delhi, where they have […]

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Karma yogi

I wrote about karma yoga way back in January. I’ve been busy with household chores again this weekend and I’ve observed two things: 1. there’s an energetic cleanse that takes place when sweeping, mopping etc is done with good intention – a kind of psychic elevation of the space; 2. the words to Karma Police […]

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Daily breath practice

Daily breath practice Forty days of conscious connected breath I recently completed a Celtic Breathwork course. A three week facilitator workshop in conscious connected breathing. As part of the ongoing qualification and integration of the technique I’m now in the midst of a forty day commitment to a daily breath practice of forty minutes. It’s […]

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Vulnerability practice

Modern vernacular tells us that vulnerability is a weakness. The ‘War on Terror’ was a classic example. During an actual war generals might seek out a vulnerability in the enemy as a means to establishing a strategic advantage. War, fight, battle – you’ve probably heard these terms used in the context of many things. To […]

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The Lucifer Effect

I came upon this quote recently, it’s from a book about the War on Terror: “Fear is the State’s psychological weapon of choice to frighten citizens into sacrificing their basic freedoms and rule-of-law protections in exchange for the security promised by their all-powerful government.” -Philip G. Zimbardo 2020 has been a year of relentless fear-mongering […]