This is the first episode of a new morning radio-show I’ve called Coming Alive. It’s a combination of my passion for sharing undiscovered music and uplifting spoken word insights that happen to flow through me when I dare to let them out.
I’ll be honest in saying I am terrified sharing this with you as it’s new territory I haven’t fully explored before. I feel vulnerable, walking the plank of my own creative unknown. That being said, I can also sense that this is a wonderful way to share my vision for the future and ultimately one of the best ways to improve my craft. My aim is to enhance your morning experience, giving you pep in your step and a boost of clarity towards your vision in becoming a better more authentically aligned and alive human being.
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section as I’m still learning and growing and would love to hear from you.
With energy flowing and spirits running high, The Liberators arrived at Flow Freedom Festival ready to gift the event with acts of presence, connection and freedom. Excited campers soon followed, eager to explore the land and activities available over the weekend as a means of exploring their own relationship to themselves. Once settled and grounded the community gathered to officially open the festival and set the space for what was going to be a transformational weekend on both an individual and collective level. Stu and Mandy, the founders and managing coordinators of The Flow Festival, openly welcomed everyone to the space, acknowledging them as not only paying ticket holders but brothers and sisters of an ever growing family and tribe. As equals who’s voice and presence was deeply seen, heard and felt. That sense of equality and acceptance flowed through into all of the workshops and activities available, ranging from yoga, to public talks, music, meditation and dance and provided the perfect platform for The Liberators to host their live interactive DJ set on Saturday night.
I slow down introduce myself to the man with a million flutes and politely ask if he can move. We lock eyes and share a brief but connected moment. I’m not in desperate need for any flutes right now so I drive around him. I am then stopped by a young boy around the age of 12 selling postcards outside the temple… I’m obviously not very good at riding my bike because locals are pulling me down every couple of minutes!!
He opens conversation with a heart warming sales pitch. Continue reading
Do you think happiness is contagious? We put this to the test by creating a hopscotch square in the busy Business District of Perth, Western Australia. This is part of the Take Good Vibrations to the World campaign, please show your support! Thank you.
This speech takes a look at the idea of Adult Play and was created last Tuesday at the ENKEL Makers and Changemakers presentation night. It’s pretty short but it will give you an idea behind some of my recent reflections.