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Rebellion, Hippies, & Integrating All Parts of the Whole

Rebellion, Hippies, & Integrating All Parts of the Whole

"I just want to live on land surrounded by beautiful mature trees", I said to Allie.

"You're way more of a hippy than people think Jiro", he replied.

Yep.. truth is I've always felt like a hippy and had a high regard for the hippy ideals of freedom and non-conformism.

As a middle-class kid at a grammar school, blazer on, studying Latin (why?) and playing rugby with the other boys, I felt like a outsider and couldn't wait to get the hell out of bland suburbia.

I was always intrigued by rebels and fringe movements. I didn't really know what being a hippy entailed apart from getting really stoned and having dreads, so I did the first bit a lot.

A Simple Guide to Meditation

A Simple Guide to Meditation

Meditation is not a complicated process. It is simple but it is not necessarily easy. It is a perfect metaphor for how life plays out. Simple it may be to understand, easy it is not to implement.

To help build your understanding of how to meditate we’ve listed seven simple ways of how to practice.

The Neuroscience of Turning Dreams into Reality: 7 steps to master the Law of Attraction

The Neuroscience of Turning Dreams into Reality: 7 steps to master the Law of Attraction

“When we visualize goals as complete, it creates a conflict in our subconscious mind between what we are visualizing and what we currently have. Our minds are hard-wired to resolve such conflicts by working to create a current reality that matches the one we have envisioned.”

Learn how to use your brains capacity to transform subconscious images into conscious reality.

Meditation- How 10 minutes a day of this will boost your flow

Meditation- How 10 minutes a day of this will boost your flow

Meditation is the only intentional, systematic human activity which at bottom is about not trying to improve yourself or get anywhere else, but simply to realize where you already are.” Simple. 

Mindfulness involves practicing to solve the problem of thinking when we don't know we are thinking. The problem is not thoughts. It's being unaware and without control of our thoughts. The most common practice is to pay attention to our breathing,  noticing when our thoughts stray from this, and bringing our attention back to the breath.