Killing Your Old Life and Living the Dream, Manifesto Now Available

by Alexander Heyne · 5 comments

Well, it’s time to share some exciting news.  I just finished a little manifesto that I hope people will find useful – it is but a tiny step in the right direction towards leading and living a fulfilling life.

It’s called Killing Your Old Life and Living the Dream, and is free.  I’m definitely not the first person in this movement – and won’t be the last – but I think any minds and hearts going in the same direction will at some point create a snowball effect.

It’s just my small contribution to others and hopefully gives a little insight into the inner workings of Milk the Pigeon.

You can download it here.

Thanks for reading —

Alex

 

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joey November 8, 2011 at 4:34 pm

I like the concepts behind this manifesto, and I like your writing style.

I subscribed to the RSS feed, but I’m not sure why your feed comes through to Google Reader as excerpts only, which means I have to come here to view the content. If that’s your plan, that’s fine, but I will be unsubscribing.

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afheyne November 8, 2011 at 8:19 pm

Joey —

Strange, originally it was providing the full post in email — I haven’t heard that issue before so I’ll see what is causing only the excerpt to show up.

-Alex

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afheyne November 8, 2011 at 8:53 pm

Joey – Is it possible it is the reader you are using is only showing an excerpt? It says my excerpt burner is de-activated.. not sure why it’s doing that.

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Nicholas April 27, 2014 at 3:21 am

I use email a a lot, i am always trying to live in moment but very hard these days it is hard to break away from TV when that’s all we have done . Trying budhist meditation hoping to learn mindfulness. Looking for other ways to be mindful, just struggling with patience and persistence . Need a lot a help understanding the self and how we let go, need help understanding how to live through mindfulness. How do I find meaning in life as a budhist ?????

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Alexander Heyne April 27, 2014 at 2:33 pm

Nicholas,

My opinion: I think if you are “searching” for anything, you need to go back to being mindful :-). I think in mindfulness there’s no searching for anything, and if you’re truly present, you aren’t missing anything.

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