Author(s): John Parkin
Just starting to say Fuck It can transform your life. Saying Fuck It feels good - to stop struggling and finally do what you fancy; to ignore what everyone's telling you and go your own way. John C. Parkin argues that saying Fuck It is a spiritual act: That it is the perfect western expression of the eastern ideas of letting go, giving up and finding real freedom by realising that things don't matter so much (if at all). This is the Fuck It way.
Everyone can relate to F**K It. -- Saturday Review The Times F**k it. I was practising the words. They rolled around my head. We need to say 'f**k it' when we're out of synch with the natural world, it helps us go with the flow. -- Lucy Gillmore The Observer John combines Wayne Hemingway's style with Eddie Izzard's flights of surrealism. The Guardian ...my new spiritual guru.. -- Kathy Brewis The Sunday Times Style Magazine Something making you unhappy? One man's F**k It therapy teaches us to let go. -- Lisa Scott Metro Refreshing, funny and inspirational. Say F**k it and buy this book! -- Ashley Lister Scarlet Magazine I believe Fuck It is a major contribution to the human race. -- Barefoot Doctor The perfect book to help. -- Clare Nasir Now Magazine A Western take on the Eastern idea of letting go... I've felt stress kicking in, and thought 'F**k It!'. There is real freedom in that. The London Paper This year, dare to say F*** It... I did it. I relaxed, let go, told the truth, did what made me happy and accepted everyone... I don't feel like a martyr and I had real fun. -- Suzy Greaves Red Magazine ...a new form of therapy... -- Kathy Brewis The Sunday Times Style Magazine Stressed, angry or upset? Then try F**k It therapy. -- Kathy Brewis Sunday Times Style Magazine 20090621 If you tend to think, 'I should' a lot, this will help. Saying 'fuck it' is supposed to help you stop worrying, so frees you up to realise what you do want to spend your life doing. Red Magazine 20110201
John C. Parkin said F**k It to his life in London as an advertising executive to set up the holistic centre 'The Hill That Breathes' in Italy with his wife Gaia. John is a longstanding student of shamanism and Chi Kung. He teaches courses on breathing at his beautiful centre set in the Tuscan hills.