The full title of the Playground course is: Playground: it's never too late to have a happy childhood.
Why is that significant? And what the heck does that even mean?
The past is the past, and you cannot change it, they say, but if you look in history books, you'll see that the past does change... depending on the point of view of the historian...
Reality is collective hunch at best... but the visible, perceivable, three-dimensional reality looks different depending on the vantage point... depending on the context... depending on what criteria you examine it by.
In the Playground we re-write your history. We rewrite who you are, historically, who you are for yourself, who you are for others... Continue reading "Want to change your future? You’ll need to change your past… Your future will automatically change with it"
If you had a childhood trauma... what is the best way to deal with it now, so you can grow?
Some of you were abused as a child.
Now, strictly speaking, there is no such thing as abuse in reality. Abuse is a particular interpretation of something that happened. If I asked a visiting Martian what happened, he would say things like one person hit the other, or one person yelled at another, or one person tied up another, pushed them down, maybe even put one part of their anatomy into the other... but not abuse.
Abuse never happened... or it happened only if you said so... for you. In your mouth. In your interpretation.
Some things don't exist outside of language... they don't exist in reality. Abuse is just one of these. One other "thing" that doesn't exist in reality is lack... In reality only things that are there exist.
New age gurus talk about the importance of the words you use. Of course, either because you are dumb or they are dumb, this gets generalized.
Continue reading "How words really effect you? And how positive thinkers are stupid"
Two years ago I ran a big course, it was long, and it was amazing: Activate Divinity.
One of the distinctions in that course was "bringing the divine to everything".
This is my secret to life: bringing the divine to everything. Living meditatively, instead of meditating. Communing with Source instead of going to "church", or praying...
The movie that was teaching it best, at the time, was "Babette's Feast", a Scandinavian movie that I really loved. It's part of the course...
But another movie has been pushing itself into my consciousness at least every other day, without me ever stopping to wonder why.
The movie is called "Chef" made in 2014. It is again about this "bringing the divine to everything"... which is in a chef's case mostly means: every dish, every sandwich... everything.
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Can you go back to the past and change it? Will the future change with it?
Silly sounding question, but it is not as silly as it sounds.
Because we look at life, at what is happening, through the limited perspective of the human mind, we actually don't know what is happening, only
- a slice of what happened
- only a skewed version of what happened
Ultimately we can only experience and react to what we see, and what we see is both limited and skewed.
Continue reading "Back to the future… A practical and easy method of time travel"