Episode from the podcastMeeting Mister Gogus

A Life Less Restless

Released Sunday, 24th May 2020
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‘The pandemic lockdown is easing as regulations are relaxed. The restless world is released from its enforced pause and now it’s eager to be busy again. There is more traffic, more noise. Only the dead may rest in peace - not the restless living. 

‘As governments try to contain the spread of the virus, and at the same time control the return to 'normality', so we have to find a new and better way to live, while containing pent-up anxiety and agitation. We have to relax the psychological regulations we impose on ourselves, such as what we’re supposed to think, according to the stories we tell ourselves about what we want from life. 

‘In this episode I speak about three ways to train yourself to be less restless. So that you can restrain your anxious thinking and be alert to what's actually happening as the situation changes.' 

Episode recorded 19 May 2020.
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I do the sound engineering for this podcast. I am always impressed with its clarity and I have noticed that it has had a positive impact on how I deal with everyday difficulties. A recommended spirituality podcast.
I have listened to the current six episodes of “Meeting Mr. Gogus” several times. I sense I’m on a treasure hunt, where Clive Tempest finds and exposes a new and fresh vantage point, proposing a new view into the evolving human reaction or response to the latest Pandemic. The current phase in the evolution of human species is confronted, globally; no escape, it seems. It becomes increasingly clear how interconnected life on earth is and needs to be, consciously, responsibly fo there to be a future. Seeing the consciously responding creative individual as a vehicle to be in service of the whole, “the bigger picture” as he calls it, is of course an eternal noble purpose for those who own it as their own. Much work to be done. This is an inspiring invitation. I wait for the next episode.
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