16 min

6. How Do We Have Adventures? The Coronavirus Effect - Where Do We Grow From Here?

    • Philosophy

I am an adventuraholic. As such being confined to one space is an unusual place to find myself.


I am embracing my curious spirit and invite listeners to explore their minds and body and have their own personal journeys of adventure inside.


When You Can't Go Outside, Go Inside

We are used to being able to jump on a plane and appear in a new culture and immerse ourselves in adventures. But now we are all stuck at home. The future may have limited travel for a while as we maintain social distancing and restrited travel.


Instead of relying on buying experiences we can have our own adventures just by using our minds. There are so many things to explore that we have never done before. We can go inside to push our minds and bodies in ways we have never done before.


We can still learn about the world and about ourselves. We can have adventures, face our fears and come out stronger and wiser. All of this can be done inside our own homes.


Thrillseekers Adventure Club

Sam has launched a club (facebook group - free) for anyone to explore their limits and have adventures.


We are a freindly bunch who aren't about comparing ourselves. The only competition is with yourself. To do the things that scare you and learn.


In the first week Sam didn't eat anything for two days whilst enduring the amazing smells of his families cooking. He then spent 5 days doing the "Sally up Sally down" challenge on the hour every hour. He pushed his mind and body into places he had never gone and came out a lot wiser than he expected.


Next week, he is eating only porridge for a week to practice stoicism.


Join the club here
https://www.facebook.com/groups/669108517225419

I am an adventuraholic. As such being confined to one space is an unusual place to find myself.


I am embracing my curious spirit and invite listeners to explore their minds and body and have their own personal journeys of adventure inside.


When You Can't Go Outside, Go Inside

We are used to being able to jump on a plane and appear in a new culture and immerse ourselves in adventures. But now we are all stuck at home. The future may have limited travel for a while as we maintain social distancing and restrited travel.


Instead of relying on buying experiences we can have our own adventures just by using our minds. There are so many things to explore that we have never done before. We can go inside to push our minds and bodies in ways we have never done before.


We can still learn about the world and about ourselves. We can have adventures, face our fears and come out stronger and wiser. All of this can be done inside our own homes.


Thrillseekers Adventure Club

Sam has launched a club (facebook group - free) for anyone to explore their limits and have adventures.


We are a freindly bunch who aren't about comparing ourselves. The only competition is with yourself. To do the things that scare you and learn.


In the first week Sam didn't eat anything for two days whilst enduring the amazing smells of his families cooking. He then spent 5 days doing the "Sally up Sally down" challenge on the hour every hour. He pushed his mind and body into places he had never gone and came out a lot wiser than he expected.


Next week, he is eating only porridge for a week to practice stoicism.


Join the club here
https://www.facebook.com/groups/669108517225419

16 min

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