Below is my daily ritual and other ideas…

I have been developing these over a few years and would love to hear what you do as daily rituals, what works and what doesn’t.


Why do we need ritual?

Daily ritual is a way to ground yourself, check-in and remind ourselves we are masters of our own lives, not running on the hamster wheel of life.

They remind us to live in the present moment, listen to our bodies intelligence and that we are responsible for our own well being. It can start very small, and once a simple habit is formed you can then connect something else positive to it.

Your style of daily ritual should respond to your purpose, values and desires. You can write your own mantra to guide your life, and read daily things change. 

Taking you somewhere deeper, giving you something more.




  • 100 x 1 second PC muscle pumps on waking to get the blood moving and motivation to get up
  • Warm water & 1/2 fresh lemon (with raw honey and ground ginger) to wake up the stomach and prevent hunger for 30 minutes
  • Qi Gong (with Dancing) quick slapping/tapping of whole body and 3 rounds of “Four Minds” breathing
  • Hot shower with Uddiyana Bandha breath technique to circulate energy, cold ending splashing face and shaking body, vocalising whatever comes up
  • Read your Personal Mantra containing your core desires or values
  • Meditate 20 Minutes with Self Transfiguration in Mirror (various techniques from Buddhism, QiGong and Tantra)


  • Wake up to alarm with chosen audio
  • PC Muscle pumps (100 Quick + 10 Long moving in orbit)
  • Warm water & lemon (with raw honey and ground ginger)
  • Shower – Hot to Cold splashing face and shaking body (Mammalian Dive Reflex, lower heart rate)
  • Uddiyana breath technique to circulate energy
  • Free shaking to loosen muscles
  • QiGong full body breathing and tapping exercises (5 minutes)
  • Sit and read personal mantra Hand on Heart, smiling at yourself
  • Meditate (20 Minutes)
  • Read aloud this years goals (NLP Outcome and S.M.A.R.T.)
  • Lights UP & Music ON
  • Write down 3 major tasks for the day
  • Breakfast – mindfully made and eaten
  • Vitamin D3 1000IU per 25kg body weight
  • BulletProof coffee
  • Complete 1 major creative task before scanning Email
  • Deactivate Facebook for working week using AntiSocial app / Settings
  • Return to complete 2nd and 3rd major task
  • 1.5 litre of water before lunch at 1pm


  • Agree with partner about a sleep time and meal for today
  • Facebook for 10 minutes BEFORE DINNER
  • Consecrate meals, offering the energy to actions of good
  • Gratitude list for day – 3 things
  • Set a recurring alarm for 9pm every week night, no screens, dim lights
  • Prepare for tomorrow morning
  • Cold shower 30 minutes before bed
  • Eye gazing to connect with partner
  • 20 minute Yoga Nidra body scanning,
  • Lying down on Spike Mat




  • Transfigure with self using mirror
  • Write a waking dream journal
  • Blood Pumping –  Skipping Rope, Poi, Juggle, Yoga
  • Free dancing for 5 minutes
  • 108 Fire breaths
  • Meditation on Death
  • 3 pages of stream of consciousness – writing /drawing practice
  • Gratitude & fearlessness practices
  • Read a chapter of a book that inspires you
  • View and reflect on an archetype image and words
  • Blinking as a reminder of the moment
  • Set 45 minute timer per task before getting up and moving
  • Heart variability monitoring
  • EEG monitoring during day to self regulate

Thoughts on habits

  • Sugar is killing us, limit it as much as possible
  • Lucid dreaming is not only cool, it is a really good use of time
  • Screaming is an essential part of expression, do it in your car or in the bath
  • Eye gazing with yourself or others is one of the deepest experiences on the planet
  • Drinking coffee is not great for you, but it feels damn good in small amounts


“Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.”

“I keep to this routine every day without variation. The repetition itself becomes the important thing; it’s a form of mesmerism. I mesmerize myself to reach a deeper state of mind.”

“Be regular and orderly in your life, so that you may be violent and original in your work.”

Order and simplification are the first steps toward the mastery of a subject.”

“When I am … completely myself, entirely alone… or during the night when I cannot sleep, it is on such occasions that my ideas flow best and most abundantly.”