Erotic Touch; Orgasmic Meditation Practice

by Simon Paul Sutton on February 28, 2014

in Recommendations

about-nicole-daedoneNicole Daedone, author of Slow Sex, describes an erotic practice where one spot on a woman’s clitoris is stroked for fifteen minutes. She says orgasmic meditation is the cure for a core hunger felt by western women.  The practice originated over forty years ago at Morehouse University in Northern California.

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What is the Noosphere?

by Simon Paul Sutton on February 27, 2014

in Recommendations

ian mackenzi noosphereThe Noosphere: First there was the geosphere, the layer of minerals around the globe. Then the biosphere, the layer of organic life. And now the “noosphere” – the sphere of human thought that shapes our world.

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10 mindful minutes with Andy Puddicombe

by Simon Paul Sutton on February 19, 2014

in Recommendations

andy puddicombeWhen is the last time you did absolutely nothing for 10 whole minutes? Not texting, talking or even thinking?

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18th Feb 2014Tuesday 18th Feb 2014 – 5:56am – Here I am sat here looking into a screen hitting plastic buttons with letters on, to write what I am feeling / witnessing in this moment. Why do I feel compelled to write and express myself transparently raw, real, here as it is. What is the purpose of it, what is the outcome?

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When will I learn enough about relationships?

by Simon Paul Sutton on November 26, 2013

in Recommendations

neale donald walschI have brought you chapter 8 from Conversations with God book 1 written by Neale Donald Walsch. This is one of my favorite chapters and if truly embodied and studied as a practice will change your perspective on relationships forever. When will I learn enough about relationships to be able to have them go smoothly? Is there a way to be happy in relation-ships? Must they be constantly challenging?

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ARE YOU TRULY HAVING FUN?

by Simon Paul Sutton on November 12, 2013

in Love Blog, Unconditional Love

3 childrenSimon invites us to view our lives with reverence and fun. To not take ourselves and life too seriously and to dance in the magic of gratitude. I see & meet so many people still being/living way too serious as we evolve into more and more awareness of uncertainty.
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Fat Sick and Nearly Dead

by Simon Paul Sutton on November 11, 2013

in Recommendations

fat sick and nearly deadFat Sick and Nearly Dead an inspiring tale of healing and human connection. 100 pounds overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from a debilitating autoimmune disease, Joe Cross is at the end of his rope and the end of his hope.

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Food Inc

by Simon Paul Sutton on November 6, 2013

in Recommendations

food incFood, Inc. is a 2008 American documentary film directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Robert Kenner. Food, Inc. has become more than a film—it’s fostered a loyal community committed to living healthier lives and taking action to change the food industry.

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A journey of transformation

by Simon Paul Sutton on October 25, 2013

in Transparent Communication

SimonPaulSuttonA journey of Transformation. Transparency allows love to grow and fear to fade. Simon transparently shares his journey from dark to light and how it all began in a nutshell.

Darkness tries to creep up whenever it can or when we accidentally switch the light off. I can change this almost instantly now through awareness. Having control of the switch has made me realise when the darkness becomes light, the light has no opposite. They are one.

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CAOC_Banner_Square_PopupHow to communicate authentically on Camera. Wow! A transformational and powerful course. I thought I knew what authenticity was about but this course just blows that apart. Forget the scripts! Forget trying to plan what you’re going to say. Forget everything. Anything that is not essential or important is stripped away and the only thing that matters is left: you, your message and how you share that with the world.

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