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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 […]

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Purpose PR

This is going to be one of my most important posts. This is copied from Cory Morningstar. I feel it’s important to share. In October we analyzed the Rockefeller Foundation “Message Handbook – Covid-19 Testing & Tracing, September, 2020”. This post examines the UN [Share] Verified Guide to COVID-19 Vaccine Communications (released November 18, 2020). […]

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Deer, fish and good people subsist on grass and water, on being content; hunters, fishermen and backbiters are needless enemies of this earth. -Bhartrihari

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Celtic lands

My nana passed away recently. Margaret was a McNally from County Cork. Irish is as Irish does. She was a great inspiration to me for many reasons. Primarily, her way of just being. The peace and serenity of a life lived without fuss. Thrifty, resilient and stoic. This poem and short video about the blessings […]

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The One Thing

I read a book way back when I was still hustling SaaS tech for a living about the virtue of setting a single objective. The gist of the thing was to make one single task a priority and to give it full attention. This arrowheads the way forward for the rest of the day, making […]

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#BuyNothingDay

About fifteen years ago, at university, I was introduced to a concept by a maverick lecturer named Les Arthur. It’s a lifestyle choice that resonated with me and I’ve kept a pretty lean stance ever since. The idea was called ‘Buy Nothing Day‘. The organisation that created it, AdBusters, have been banging the anti-capitalist drum […]

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TCB

Elvis used to operate with a simple mantra. His day to day life was organised around a simple formula. Taking Care of Business means the job gets done.

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Life happens

Maybe we have a plan for where we’re headed in life. Maybe we don’t. Either way, commitments and responsibilities will find their way to our doors. I’m five days out on the daily challenge. It’s not the first time I’ve dropped the ball. I’ve written about the value of staying the distance too. I’ve completed […]