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In around 24h, I traveled 1674 miles. I did it by train, airplane and bus. If I would have to do it by foot, it would take me 531h –  22 days … more if I would have to rest – of course.

What is the amount of ubiquity that is possible to bring into our lives? And how that serves it’s purposes? Are we more happy? more productive? more at ease with our lives?

Happy sky gazing and enjoy your practice.

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Traveling lightly, is an exercise for testing how lighter can your life be.

The expression “sewing machines”, refers to the resources that we need to do our Work.

So, how lightly can be your work? What is the minimum framework, for you to do what you where born to be doing?

Happy sky gazing and enjoy your practice.

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I arrived yesterday to Gladstone’s library to the WUPS – World (Un)Productivity Summit.

This podcast is about traveling and how daunting can be choosing fast and cheap for expensive and slow can also be a choice – who knows, more fulfilling.

Enjoy your practice and happy sky gazing.

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This is the time of the year that my teacher Peter Den Dekker visits me for the anual Chi Kung workshop.

This podcast is not about the organising big things, but the small details that can challenge your peace of mind.

Happy sky gazing and enjoy your practice.

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In December I started a project of building a blog on a homeschooling education project. (I know, I wrote project two time on the same sentence).

After the two days that this activity took, a side project came out, it’s called “The most important moment in the world” which aims to capture the most important moment in the week for each one of the students.

Down is one of the pictures that I received and you can know more about this project in today’s podcast.

You can also visit the website of this homeschool here.

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Enjoy your practice.

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