Category Archives for "Training"

Jared Osborne on Luke Warm Sex

By Jared Osborne | Training

Last year I was asked to be part of a documentary on masculinity and sex. The idea was to have a comedian, Luke McGregor - a seemingly very unlikely choice - seeing various experts about getting more in touch with his masculinity and getting better at sex and relationships. What Luke and the producers wanted […]

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What are you Forging?

By Jared Osborne | Manhood

This is the core question which has driven my approach to life over the last few years. It's driven me because I realised that I'm always being forged. I'm always being shaped, moulded, created. And this is being done by all sorts of things. Forged by the natural world, by culture, friends, commerce, social media, […]

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Where is your personal Dojo?

By Jared Osborne | QiGong

A dojo is a place where you practice excellence in awareness. Integrating awareness of body, mind, breath, spirit. A place you set aside for yourself that’s dedicated to practicing your wholeness. Reminding you of the deeper layers. Supporting your self expression. Anchoring you. Men's Dojo This is a big part of the reason my men’s […]

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What is discipline?

By Jared Osborne | The best me

Discipline is one of those skills I’m sometimes amazing at, sometimes struggle with. I’m been disciplined with my practice for years beyond what most people would consider doing, and I’ve also gotten completely lost in other endeavours. I’ve been enquiring more deeply into it of late. What I’ve realised: discipline is at the core of […]

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Why Guilt doesn’t work

By Jared Osborne | Training

Guilt is a poor motivator for getting things done*.  It’s a particularly poor motivator for establishing regular habits**. Why is it ineffective? Guilt is ineffective because only a very small part of the human body understands grammar. The part that does is the left lobe of the brain. So this part of our body understands […]

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Foundations Brief intro: Breath

By Jared Osborne | Training

This is a brief 8 minute intro to Golden Warrior QiGong that explores the power of breathing. There's a few minutes of talking, and then a simple experiential practice in deepening and aligning the breath. Simple but powerful - quite a few men who do the course say this is one of the most valuable […]

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