Before I came online and found this question, I was fully engulfed in feelings of resentment as I sat surrounded by my family in a room.
I often wonder how many times I’ll have to learn the same lessons before the knowledge reaches a deep enough level for me to actually change.
No one else has your exact perspective.
At my core, I’m an awareness taking place in a world for whatever reason.
This question brought to mind 2 types of instances for me—1 negative, and 1 positive. Continue reading
I do read the Bible.
I consider myself “almost a believer,” since I was a believer for a long time and am searching for reasons to believe again.
Treat what you do as meditation.
There comes a point when you take in so muchthat it starts to go in one ear and out the other.
I can relate. I spent my teens and 20’s cycling through identities based on attractive qualities I saw in others.
If you had to be honest with yourself right now, what’s the one thing your instincts, intuitions, feelings, or reasoning are trying to tell you should be your focus?
Where are you afraid to step out, connect, buckle down, or press forward?
Tony Robbins says only 20% of success comes from having the right method and strategy; 80% is due to mindset—to what you believe about yourself and what you’re capable of.
1. Make progress in your art form. Look in places where your evolving perspective meets your natural talents, and you’ll find values that want toto exist somewhere real in the world.
That’s the problem with howgoes.
It starts out exciting; perspectives on every level get challenged and broken to where you realize how little you can actually be certain of.
I would have been some sort of trickster.
Unconscious knowledge connects on its own, surfacing in the form of intuition.
When I was a kid, I felt very different from everyone else.
My job is basically getting my own projects done; and there were times, especially early on, when I’d put months (even years) into a project only to watch it go nowhere.
I don’t think you ever need to argue with a religious person at all.
Instead, simply keep returning to, “Ok, so you believe __________ because __________?”
To a point.
When it comes to direction in life, people aren’t that complicated.
You’re either moving toward potential, values, fulfillment, possibilities… or you’re not. Continue reading
What stops me from being my authentic self is searching for my authentic self.