Category: Male Spirit

Category: Male Spirit

Quarantine Life
March 26, 2020 Health, Male Spirit, Relationships, Self-Mastery Tom Burden

Gentlemen, we know it’s getting tough out there for many of you. For so many life has been turned upside down. Some of you are working at home, some are in limbo waiting to see if they still have a job after this is all over, and some of you are still venturing out into

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The Great Movie Adventure
March 5, 2020 Living Well, Male Spirit, Self-Mastery Tom Burden

Follow along as I delve head first into some of the most manly cinema ever put to film.

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12 Week Self Remodel – Find Your Chill
February 10, 2020 Living Well, Male Spirit Tom Burden

While everyone else is doing a ‘New Year New You’ program (there are thousands of them), we offer you a different path. One often less taken. We present to you the 12 Week Self Remodel. Each Monday for 12 weeks we’ll post one thing you can change in your life, easily, to help create the

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Confidence is silent … and sexy
January 23, 2020 Male Spirit, Relationships Michelle

A Woman’s Perspective You all know that guy, the one that seems to get the girls and you just cannot understand why. You look at him and he’s nothing really to write home about. He’s not Quasimodo but he’s also not gorgeous either. His hair is cut nice, and his nails trimmed, but he is

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The 8 Pillars of Manhood
December 12, 2019 Health, Living Well, Male Spirit, Presence, Relationships, Self-Mastery Tom Burden

What does it take to be a man? Well, certainly there are a lot of opinions. Some very far from the mark. Fact is, anthropologists have found that what people consider a man is fairly consistent across the globe, from first world countries to aboriginal tribes. While some are trying to rewrite what it means

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Mediation and Your True Mind
March 7, 2019 Male Spirit Tom Burden

Most articles on why you should meditate give you the same list of benefits and all which hasn’t managed to convince you yet. You’ve no doubt read them, maybe even decided it’s something you should do, but just never got around to it. Reading another one of those articles wouldn’t really change that, would it?

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