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Beat fear? Beat it with love…
Because Of Great Love One Is Courageous (Lao Tzu)
I have an exploratory course. It’s called HeartConnection Meditation.
The goal was to get to a combination of methods to awaken courage.
What we, human beings, experience when courage is needed is fear. And we concentrate on the fear, either by talking about it, or by hiding it. But either way it occupies our entire field of (inner) vision.
When I ask a student what it is that they have the biggest issue with, they say fear.
So I asked the Creator what was the Seat of Courage, and I got the surprising answer: the heart. Continue reading “Want to Beat Fear? Here is your Secret: Because Of Great Love One Is Courageous”
One of my students is asking a really good question.
She has two friends whose soul correction is Forget Thyself… and she has a good relationship with me… and I have that same soul correction.
Sophie, after I read your last article I checked my last 2 friends’ soul corrections. My one friend who pushed me to a certain level had a soul correction Forget Thyself. My friend now, whom I met this year, also has a soul correction Forget Thyself. Interesting. Do we get attracted to certain soul corrections or maybe we get along better with some soul corrections that matches our soul correction?
The answer is not that simple.
- We know that we have two selves. One self doesn’t change. We can call it the soul. Or the Self. Or whatever you want to call it, it is unchanging. It is the same in you, it is the same in me… it is, maybe, the Self of what’s possible for the human species…
- Obviously your other self is far from that, it is changing, it is reactive, put together, selfish, and complaining, and haughty, and bossy… all the things you see everywhere.
You are BEING that other self. Continue reading “What is a soul-mate? Who is your soul-mate? Are they unconditionally nice-nice, or accepting?”
What is the difference between an opinion and an assessment, an observation, a statement, a theory, a hypothesis?
Many people use one word for many different things…
I have this “friend” who climbs the same steps I climb, except that he climbs it seven times each time, I climb it once or twice. He is a little younger than me.
I am fond of him: he is one of the handful of people I regularly talk to, eye to eye.
I often walk with him as he walks home: I guess I am hungry for human companionship: 10-20 minutes at a clip. Continue reading “Opinion? How should you hear what someone says?”
The personality test that tells you if you can grow, and if you can benefit from working with me.
I have been at my wits’ end for years now.
Today I found out what was missing…
Remember the wise saying: when something is not working, there is something you don’t know.
More often than not, what you don’t know is a distinction… and it was definitely true in my case.
I have been making the mistake of coaching and dealing with my people as if they were me… like me… similar to me. Continue reading “The Wise, the Foolish, and the Evil test”
According to Malcolm Gladwell: life skills, social skills, winning skills you learn through living with people who use them.
My mother didn’t have them, and my brothers, especially my younger brother didn’t get them…
I did get some from my father: my father came from deep… his mother died of starvation, he was bounced between families, autodidact: getting an education without going to school, walking from one country to the other to save his skin…
I didn’t see any of that. What I saw was him spending almost all his time writing or reading, and advancing himself.
Others, the rest of the family, could watch senseless TV… he wasn’t pulled by that: he knew what he wanted, and it seems that he knew that TV won’t get him there.
If you ever wondered how come I could pull myself away from family and society’s pleasures: I saw it done, and I knew it can be done. I never saw that my father suffered any ill effects from it.
Continue reading “The most difficult capacity to master brings the most benefits… of course”
Does the intelligent person have more brain cells?
The difference is to what degree they use what they have. Or how they use it… or for what…
It is said, that most people use 2-3 percent of their brain. That statement is not entirely true, they use more, but not for thinking.
The rest of the brain is used for fear based negative thoughts. Or to mill water… Ponder stuff that doesn’t matter, fret, worry, explain in your head… yeah, the stuff your mind is busy with.
Continue reading “What Is The Difference Between A Highly Intelligent Person And A ‘Normal’ Person? Can Intelligence Be Activated?”
Soul Correction and sexuality
This topic is just beginning to emerge for me, so expect some changes, and wild turns, and summary statements reversed… but yet it is worth exploring, it is worth to take this winding road to discover the connection, and do some soul-searching as to what I really hold true, and also to meditate what the “Original Design” holds as ideal blueprint for a human… Big task, but I am up or it.
I am going to examine it through three soul correction archetypes, for now, Forget Thyself, (34) Soul Mates, (28) and Sexual Energy (35).
I am starting to see enough of these to be able to say something that may make a difference. I am also tempted to pull in “Speak Your Mind” (25)… we’ll see. Don’t hold your breath.
OK, let’s begin… big sigh, fear, oh, what the heck, the worst can ever be is the article won’t be publishable, lol.
OK, First let’s look what’s this sexual energy is… well, from its name it should be clear: it is an energy. It is a drive.
Continue reading “Soul Correction and sexuality”