My Connection Back to Life ~ Episode 67 ~ My Conversation with Sean Purcell

Sean Purcell is one of luckiest man to be alive after 10 isolated but mini incidences all aligned up. During a run on a Torquay beach, his heart stopped and if it wasn’t for the care of 10 people who kept his heart beating we would not be here today to tell his story. It changed his life.

[0:43] Clinically Dead on Torquay Beach
[3:30] Such Gratefulness for Each Day since my Death
[4:29] Taking Life for Granted Before Dying
[6:17] Being More Connected to Myself
[8:47] Each Connection to Others is a Daily Blessing
[10:12] Second Shot at Life has improved my Connection to Others
[12:58] We Men Need to Park Our Egos
[14:30] Men’s Ego Blocks Our Connections
[16:13] Connecting to our Vulnerability
[16:39] My Deepest Connection to My Vulnerability – Dying
[18:32] Being Looked After by Entity Beyond
[21:09] My Ego Resistance blocks my Flow-State

Connecting to Our Community ~ Episode 61 ~ My Conversation with Martin Duke

Martin Duke is a councillor with the Surf Coast Shire. He has been councillor for now for nearly three years and enjoys every moment of it. He’s been with the CFA, the (Country Fire Association) for the past 20 years. He is actively engaged and connected to our community.

[0:49] Enjoying Connections with People
[1:59] Men and Connection are they connected to themselves?
[3:21] Men’s Social Conditioning Is Very Questionable
[6:06] Connections Improves My Well-Being
[8:38] Connection Is Vital
[11:26] Connecting in Childhood Makes it Natural for Me
[13:27] Connections Create Energy
[14:46] Connection to our Communities
[16:39] We need Connections
[21:00] Connecting to Men’s Health & Well-being is Changing
[26:01] Men connect to emotions rather than Bottling them
[32:25] Connecting to Aliveness Within