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Finding a Work-Life Balance

Social media is stuffed to the gunnels with offers of the perfect way to find a better work-life balance. Sales funnels, coaching diplomas, passive income, selling online, slow cookers, mindfulness app, tick lists, techniques. Nothing wrong with any of them. Except they can never deliver. Why not?

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Start With Experience

Experience isn’t telling you about a material world. Experience isn’t telling you what sort of thinking you have. Experience isn’t telling you about your state of mind…

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For All of You

For all of you hurting, grieving or feeling lost.
For all of you who are angry, with a point to prove.
For all of you seeking the key to life’s problems.
For all of you climbing the ladder to reach the stars.

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Thought Is Not A Problem

Thought is not a problem. Thought has never been a problem.

Of course there’s thought. It’s what brings sensation, perception, reminiscence and imagination.

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Loneliness. Such a feeling of empty longing. A deep ache. Such a draw to blame it on all kinds of causes: social media, a house move, demands of health, family or work. On things that can’t be changed, so you’re stuck. Such a temptation to fill it with something, anything.

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The Seamlessness of Experience

The seamlessness of experience is who we are, felt as a pervasive bliss, recognised in the world as beauty, love and freedom. It’s a knowing of experience as neither ‘out there’ nor ‘in here’, but intimately one with awareness.

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Exploring Experience

If you’ve ever noticed thought coming and going, popping up and disappearing – then you’ve noticed there is something that persists, even as thought rises and drops. You’ve noticed an awareness that sees the transitory nature of thought. You’ve noticed who you are is not thought. You’ve noticed you are the space in which thought happens. And that’s pretty cool.

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Who Are You?

This is a question I often ask my clients. Who are you? It seems too obvious to ask, but the answer is fundamental to everything you want in life, relationships, sport, business.

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Team Building

An unusual title for me, maybe. I normally write poetic, esoteric, philosophical stuff. Advocating exploration for its own sake. And talking about love. And you’d be forgiven for thinking that doesn’t have much to do with real life, real business, in a real world, with real issues and challenges. But you’d be wrong. It’s got everything to do with it. Here’s why:

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Why do I spend so much time talking about who we are? Isn’t it a bit self-obsessed?

Why do my articles make so few concessions to what’s going on in the world? Wouldn’t I be better off teaching people how to ignore, change, or rise above their thinking?

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