Episode 31: Self Importance – Movement Meditation – Part 2 of 4

Welcome everyone!

This weeks episode is a talk on self importance and how to move through trying situations with grace and humility.

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Episode 28: Yogis In Politics

Many people feel they are victims and have no power. The global crisis of politics, government and leadership has a lot of people scratching their heads, saying “We want change, we know that it’s possible. Can it be done with the systems in place, or do we need to start all over?”

Given the nature of our global epidemic, it’s our feeling that we have a great system in place, now what we need are the people with the ability to run it. Mindfully, skilfully, compassionately, with consciousness of the nature of stories and active listening. The best candidates, we feel, are yogis.
When we say “yogi” that includes Shamans, Monks or any other spiritual practitioner.

There are many historical examples of yogis in leadership positions and it’s starting to become more common again.

In addition to being incorruptible, these “yogi’s” can honestly love all people.
Focused on solutions that love everyone rather than getting locked into blame and political posturing.
They are focused on one thing, serving the community as a whole and that includes EVERYONE.
They will say what they believe is true, regardless of personal beliefs

It’s selfless service combined with genuine caring!

If you’re in the police force, army or a citizen with an opinion, send us a message about how you feel on the topic.

Note: I have plenty of happy friends in London, I was living there and struggling before I had a practice and knew who I am.

Music for this week’s episode provided by:
Inquiri ( and Mayumi (


Episode 19: Forgiveness Pt2

Forgiveness is something we talk a lot about for a reason. It has powerful and wide ranging impacts on many areas of life.

Each moment is what it is. Personal stories create judgment, clouding our perspective and separating us from what is real, and that is insane. True forgiveness is forgiving ourselves for believing there was anything to forgive in the first place. Attachment to telling stories is the defining global thought-epidemic of our era.

We have a choice in when and how to forgive people and situations, yet many people throughout the world still suffer because they are unwilling to lay down their arms, stop telling stories and forgive.

Forgiving ourselves and others is liberating. It opens up potential for pro-active growth, moving forward with a clear perspective.

Forgiveness can be many things: challenging, liberating, fast, slow or life changing. Your stories of forgiveness can inspire others to reap its benefits. Share your experience through the website comments, Facebook and Twitter.


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