Update in the footnotes! 1
I was guided to this TED presentation today. It's the best gift I can give you for thanksgiving.
Dr. Brené Brown 2 calls what she found in successful, well-adjusted people "Wholeheartedness"
This wholeheartedness is what my Activate Divinity Program causes. We find the incidents where you denied and abandoned a part of you because of shame or pain, and re-integrate it into your self, so you can become whole, complete, no parts missing, Wholehearted.
You will never believe you could be like that. Nothing needs to be suppressed, no addiction, no compulsive doing anything, eating, sexing, working, arguing, dominating, anything.
You'll wake up one day and you will be enough. You will be perfect the way you are: imperfect and it will be OK.
It's the best and most affordable program on the planet, but more than that: it is the only place where you can do it for yourself what no one can do for you.
No energy guru can gather and re-attach your missing pieces, only you can do. But other "energy gurus" don't know what you do in your mind, behind your closed eyes, because there is only one "True Empath" on the planet at any one time, as far as I know.
I can guide you, tweak your connection until you get it right. I can use your suppressed emotions to guide you towards the area where you'll get the fastest and most valuable reward for your search for your missing pieces.
The course starts in December, but accepts new participants at any point: it's an ongoing discovery and integration mission.
Go and sign up. http://www.activatedivinity.com
There is a monthly option, if you can't afford (or don't want) to risk a whole $97 for a lifetime membership. Email me for the link.
- Update: Talking about flying isn't! Talking about gratitude isn't! Talking about vulnerability isn't! Beware: this researcher has access to talking about it, and it's useful, if you find someone like myself who can provide you with REAL ACCESS to the SOURCE OF VULNERABILITY. The source of Gratitude... not the description of it.
In my courses we use Source Energized activation, Source Energized Integration, Source Connection and transformational technology.
Most people are like this researcher (I even have a student like this! or two? lol) hope that they don't have to get really vulnerable to be vulnerable, they can just think really hard "vulnerable" and they get the results of vulnerable. They hope that they can think "Get out of your mind!" and it will get them the best of both world: think and be out of the mind.
If this were possible, 50% of the population would be enlightened.
Buddha was working 24/7 for seven years to get out of the mind, and when he finally gave it up as useless, because he failed, he got out of the mind and got "enlightened."
The rout to the spiritual domain, the beyond goes through the body and NOT through the mind...
Unless you are willing and able to abandon the "ship" of the mind, and swim (body), you will never be able to get to where wholeheartedness lives.
The problem is: if you can get this, really GET this (not understand!) they you are willing and able. If you UNDERSTAND this you are screwed... it will be a lot of work and a lot of failures before you can get where you want to go.
Even the Buddha needed seven years.
Of course, seven years, compared to Eternity, is nothing, is a small price to pay. So the issue is willingness.
Are you willing to stand far enough away from your life to see that seven years is nothing?
And because you have an empath at hand, it may not take seven years, it may only take a year, maybe even less.
- Dr. Brené Brown is a researcher professor at the University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, where she has spent the past ten years studying a concept that she calls Wholeheartedness, posing the questions: How do we engage in our lives from a place of authenticity and worthiness? How do we cultivate the courage, compassion, and connection that we need to embrace our imperfections and to recognize that we are enough -- that we are worthy of love, belonging and joy? Brené is the author of I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Telling the Truth About Perfectionism, Inadequacy, and Power (2007) and the forthcoming books, The Gifts of Imperfection (2010) and Wholehearted: Spiritual Adventures in Falling Apart, Growing Up, and Finding Joy ( 2011).
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