Do you remember Columbo? The detective in his rumpled trench coat?
I watched all Columbo episodes I could while still in Hungary, it was that long ago.
In one of those episodes a person got suddenly thirsty and went out for a coke, during a movie in a cinema… And I don’t remember if he was killed, or he was set up…
I don’t remember, because the show was about subliminal messages spliced into the movies to increase coke drinking, etc.
The length of exposure is very brief, an it is in the middle of an interesting movie, so your mind doesn’t know you saw anything, but your behavior will show you that you saw something: you suddenly have an urge… an urge to run, an urge to stay, an urge to do something.
Continue reading “What can Columbo teach us after 30 years? In becoming an expanding human being…”
As I have said before, your experience of life is limited, narrow, and quite defined by your culture, family, upbringing, education, and early experiences.
As long as your view of life stays the same, life will stay the same, or worse: it is a downward spiral.
So it makes sense to explore and employ methods that can expand your view of life and thus allow for a life that can go in a different direction, instead of the downward spiral.
Continue reading “3 Techniques to expand the limited view through which you experience life”
There is a new insight I have gained from my recent experience on the connection calls.
Some people (maybe all, at one time or another) have a breathtaking, breath blocking, experience, a feeling, or better said a bundle of feelings, that the Heaven on Earth (HOE) can’t eliminate.
I have been wondering what it is. Why is it so recognizable, almost like a signature: I can recognize from the “feeling” the person who has it. Same location in the body, same type of pressure, or sharp pain, or a gnawing sensation. Continue reading “The Martyr Syndrome: do you have it?”