I wrote these 11 Precepts for my 2018 Embodied Men's Leadership Training program. They form the backbone of the unending work of men dedicated to conscious and embodied leadership. I suggest that you print them out and keep them someplace where you can see them so that you always know you can return to them if ever you feel off-track or out of balance.Read More
Most men don't truly grasp the impact of poor leadership on a woman's body, nervous system and heart. Whether you are buckling under the stresses of modern life or playing the good guy, you starve her of the confident, trustable, playful masculine leadership she craves.
My teacher said it is like a "pin prick" every time we are unconscious or unfeeling to her heart. Added up over the years, it can turn gangrene. She wants to be led into a deeper experience of her own heart. And she wants you to lead her there.
Read more in this writing sample from the book I'll be releasing this fall: The Art of Masculine Leadership.Read More
In this short video from the October 2017 Embodied Men's Leadership Intensive in New York, John describes the basic steps to the essential masculine practice: relax your body, place your awareness into a person or situation, and wait for an impulse.Read More
In this short video from the The Embodied Men's Intensive in New York, John discusses how to claim the masculine pole in any moment and create a natural sexual polarity that serves her, rather than react in irritation.Read More
At the Embodied Men's Leadership Training, John address the masculine practice of structure and withholding ejaculation.Read More
Learn the art of evoking the best from any moment is the key to making art in your relationship.Read More
Do you know where to start in more powerfully leading in your life and your relationships? The answer may surprise you.Read More
This is an easy Meditation and breath practice that is great for relaxed expansion of breath capacity. I have added my own elements and flavor. It was originally taught by Russian Masters as a way to train warriors and athletes to develop strength and stamina without stress. Start with 5-10 minutes in sitting and then start to use the breath while exercising.Read More