We have exciting news to share: our Winter 2020/21 issue has now been released! This one was a real labour of love, and we were delighted to create it for you. Thank you so much, Positive Lifers, for all of your support this year – one of the most extraordinary times in living memory – and we wish you a beautiful, restorative holiday season.
In our Autumn 2020 issue, we were pleased to share a short feature on THRIVE II, a documentary that puts forward many revolutionary suggestions for problems in our world. Since that issue went to print, we have had the pleasure of interviewing the filmmakers, and we will be featuring a four-page special feature on the documentary in our upcoming Winter issue. Read on to enjoy the piece from our Autumn 2020 issue!
Positively Newsworthy: The Little Things is an addition to the Positively Newsworthy section of our magazine. In The Little Things, our editors share positive thoughts, reflections, and everyday moments of gratitude and hope that have uplifted them each season. Read their Autumn 2020 offerings below!
The main feature in our Autumn 2020 issue was an exclusive interview with Joe Dispenza, and we were thrilled to speak with him about changing potentials for humanity, what he’s working on right now, and more. We previously shared a sneak peek of the interview on our website, and today we’re sharing the whole thing. Read and enjoy!
We are pleased to share that we will be holding a special comedy event over Zoom on Tuesday November 3rd. Positive Laughs promises to be an evening filled with jokes from three great international comedians. This event will take place at 7.30 p.m. Irish time.
This is also 7.30 p.m. in Britain.
7.30 p.m. Irish time is 2.30 pm. in the U.S. Eastern Time zone, and 11.30 a.m. in the U.S Pacific time zone. If you live in a different area of the world, please check what 7.30 p.m. Irish time equates to in your local time zone, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any concerns.
If you are not located in Ireland, please check what time this will be in your local time zone. Ticket holders will be emailed with the Zoom link and login details a day before the event. A replay will also be sent to all ticket holders the next morning, to accommodate those who cannot make it live, or wish to watch it again at a later date.
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Read on to learn more about the comedians!
Recently seen on BBC’s “Comedy Underground” and Comedy Central’s “Alternative Comedy Experience”, Carlin has gained critical acclaim and a growing fan base with his original, insightful material and his accomplished delivery. He is increasingly expanding his following on the international comedy scene, performing across Asia and Europe. Chosen as one of Stewart Lee’s “Ten Best Stand Up Comedians Ever” Carlin has supported Stewart Lee, Stephen Merchant & Tom Stade on their British tours. His memorable routines are skilfully delivered in his deadpan Scottish brogue.
“A cult favourite among fans of the sharper end of stand-up” Guardian
“Hysterical… passionate, driven intelligence” – Chortle
Aidan has performed 7 one-man show at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was a ‘highlight’ at Glastonbury Festival 2017 and in the same year, he was nominated for best comedian at The World Fringe, Australia. He’s one of the world’s most travelled comedians having shared his unique style of comedy in over 35 countries. ‘Master class in satire’ – Bunbury Magazine
Sharon is a hilarious Irish comedian living in Amsterdam. She has a delightful, quirky and unique comedy style that will leave you in stitches. “Sharon is a joy to watch and one of the best up and coming acts in Europe.” Magners International Comedy festival.
This event will take place on Tuesday November 3rd at 7.30 p.m. Irish time. We can’t wait to experience these comedians’ hilarious sets!
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An Tobar Spiritan Retreat Centre, located in Ardbraccan, Co. Meath, is a much-loved destination for spiritual seekers across Ireland and around the globe. We enjoyed interviewing Jackie Smyth from the Centre, and this chat appeared in our Autumn 2020 issue. Read on below to enjoy!
In our Autumn 2020 issue, we were honoured to feature a beautiful article on wisdom, letting go, and the gifts of our ancestors by Karolina Banaszkiewicz. Read on to enjoy her wonderful words.
If you’re looking for a way to deeply warm your heart and feed your precious SOUL this winter, we highly recommend joining Judith McAdam and her wonderful team for a 3-hour Zoom morning retreat on the 18th October. Click here to book your place, or read on to learn more about it.
We love compiling happy stories from around the world for our Positively Newsworthy section. Focusing on all that is good in the world is a sure-fire way to raise our spirits. Enjoy the Autumn 2020 edition of Positively Newsworthy below.
In our Autumn 2020 issue, one of our editors Aisling Cronin wrote about the value of taking time to enjoy the humble yet ever-restorative cuppa. No matter how busy your day might be, there’s always time for tea! Read on below to enjoy the article.