Author Archives: Seth Longacre

About Seth Longacre

primal health coach, vision fast guide, itinerant discalced Episcopal Deacon, barefoot runner, photographer, spiritual director, yoga teacher, minimalist, pilgrim

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YOUR Life-Purpose – Akasha Healing Arts

I just wanted to take a moment to highly recommend the work of a friend of mine. Last night, I was privileged to have Joanna do a Scientific Hand Analysis for me. (BTW, she did this via photos of my … Continue reading

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A question about Spirit

I’m looking for feedback, a conversation, ideas, thoughts here– If someone wants to explore Spirit and serve the spirit world, what sort of work, job, career, profession, vocation could they do? If you were a career-counselor, what would you advise? … Continue reading

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Tracking results or Untracking?

Here’s something thought-provoking — I just read this article on zenhabits: “Untrack: Letting Go of the Stress of Measuring” He is talking about this in the context of one’s personal goals, but I think it also applies (or even … Continue reading

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Welcome to our World

I wanted to share my favourite Advent song, but when I searched YouTube, I didn’t like any of the videos available. So I decided to make my own with photos from my last year or so. Enjoy!

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Run Barefoot Girl Interview #2

Caity McCardel of the Run Barefoot Girl podcast interviewed me again and you can listen to the interview here: We actually talked around the beginning of September when I was in London and the interview was published mid-November.

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Holiday Greetings

Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for 2013! [This is a copy of the holiday letter I sent to my mailing list which I wanted to share. Sorry for the bad formatting.] Friends, family, colleagues, All my best wishes for a … Continue reading

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