Found objects

This Life.

“There is truly a place in the life of the human animal for wonder, curiosity, and openness to the fathomless otherness of the universe. This spirituality is found in the artist when she suspends her ego controls and paints the images that rise from unknown zones. It is found in the scientist reflecting on the […]

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Found objects

Wake up to the golden ratio.

Rating: There is nothing worse than being woken from a fitful sleep by your alarm. It is the electronic equivalent of a repeated slap in the face. Whaat!?! Where?!? Who!!? ….Bloody hell. *Hits Snooze* Im usually up early each morning. And rather than a face slap, I use the more gentle wake-up strategy of the […]

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Journal

The coffee meditation challenge.

As you know I am a regular meditator, and proselytiser of the benefits of a regular meditation practice. Oh you didn’t? Well (after you read this post), you could always check out a couple of my other posts on the topic: Meditation. It’s not what you think. OK, so how do I actually do it? That’s […]

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Movement

Podcast review: The Huberman Lab.

Rating: The Huberman Lab podcast is hosted by Dr Andrew Huberman, professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford University School of medicine. His episodes cover a wide range of health, fitness, and performance (both mental & physical) topics. Some examples of recent episodes include: Healthy & disordered eating. Dopamine mindset and drive. Understand and conquer […]

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Stillness

Book review: Why Materialism is Baloney.

Rating: Why Materialism is Baloney is a book about the philosophical hypothesis of analytical idealism. Most of us have been brought up to believe that the world we inhabit is made up of matter. From snickers bars to the Milky Way, everything is made up of bits of material stuff that are in turn made […]

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