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  1. I’ve been ‘in the game’ for self-actualizing for a long time. I consider myself through all this, a very open minded person (I have learn my skills from the best and I’m still learning, thanks Leo for being such a great teacher ☺️). BUT... today my open mindedness got challenged for the first time in a long while, my mind is not willing to accept this. Please give me your thoughs on this video: And then my question, please contribute your open mindedness challenge video’s. I’m curious what your struggles with open mindedness are. Maybe there’s more which will push me into becoming more open minded.
  2. Change will always come slowly. Remember, adjusting your sail on your sailboat 0,01% a day, will make really big longtime changes. The method; it’s called the Work by Byron Katie. Free worksheet: Watch YouTube video’s for instructions.
  3. Try the Work - Byron Katie. Free worksheet: Watch YouTube for instructions. Reading tip: David R. Hawkins - Letting Go, the Pathway of Surrender
  4. @Johnny5 great article, thank you for sharing!
  5. What does nature abhors a vacuum mean? Do we live in a vacuum? I’ve heard Adyashanti talking about this concept in one of his satsang talks. And I came across this concept in a Dutch museum, which explained it as follows; Could you help me to understand this concept? Thanks
  7. Watch on Netflix; Broken, episode 2 Big Vape
  8. “When you're not in the position to become the lion on the top rock, don’t put your energy there”, said a wise woman once to me. In this case, you aren’t going to win this battle, take your losses. Focus on the biggest priority right now, gratuating! School isn’t the place to strive towards your ideals. Stick to the system. You can make your plans a reality once you finished school. Focusing on all your feelings, ego backlash, self-doubt isn’t going to help you making your presentation. Two weeks no more focus on how you should react and feel. Self reflection need to comes afterwards, it’s now only a distraction. If you don’t know where to start, just start doing something to get in a flow, even if it feels useless. I know and belief you can do great things and that your well on your way on this path, but greatness always present itself outside the system. You will get your chance! Lay low, suck it up, do the work. Your time will come. I wish all the best, good luck with the presentation! 🍀
  9. For inspiration, this YouTube Channel;
  10. I only mention names which nobody added yet, but I also love many of the teachers mentioned above; Adyashanti Byron Katie Howard Vernon
  11. I agree with@TrynaBeTurquoise Movies should trigger you to think, act and rethink and so on.
  12. Wow thanks 🙏! So much info, especially the google drive link!
  13. Did anyone who subscribed to Sadhguru’s Inner Engineering’s Course during Diwali received this free gift? I did subscribed in the Diwali period, but haven’t received any confirmation.
  14. Free audiobook Goodbye Things - Fumio Sasaki. Great book 📖!
  15. Thank you!! 🌺
  16. Yes!! Fantastic idea! Great share!
  17. Best book from Kristnamurti; Freedom from the Known; free PDF book; Or audiobook;
  18. Again and again after all these years I am drawn back to the basics. The Emotion Code is about muscle testing and letting go of emotional stored energy in the body. Here is an interview with author; Here is how to apply the method; Here is the free audiobook;
  19. Alain de Botton is an extraordinary philosopher, he chairman and the creator of the YouTube Channel School of Life . He makes bold statements about life, but there seems to be lots of truth to his story's. Please check out his lastest speech, it's profound, very eyeopening and funny; What do you think? Does he have a point? Or is he to sceptic about life?
  20. What is busyness? Why is it so present in our current society? And how to deal with a busy life?
  21. I don't really have an opinion, only a theory what has happened to him, and why he now teaches on "a higher level" then before the scandal; See 9.42 in this video I found some of his teachings valuable in my early stages of actualization. Like dropping roles and letting go of feelings. But the last (two) year(s) of his teachings, he is sharing the same thing over and over again. There isn't any new insights or expansion of this ideas. So based on his videos I wasn't inspired to participate in his Transformation Mastery Course.
  22. I have a 'SD green' job (I know this because Leo has mentioned it in his SD Green video), which is great for now, I love my dynamic workplace. Yet I don't understand why I can't accept the fact that I have to work in life? Whether I am working here, or somewhere else or start my company, just the fact that I need to work my whole life. Is this part of stage Green questioning? Are there more people struggling with this question? And what is the answer? (In case you point to my life purpose; Yes, my life purpose is very close to the work I am currently doing, so no point in changing that at this moment.) I can't accept the fact that I have to work in life, how can I change this?
  23. Yes Theory is a YouTube channel that is seeking discomfort and fear, to experience life to the fullest. Watch and learn what fear is doing to the body. How every time you face a fear, your body and mind gives a reaction. And find the inspiration to face your own fears.
  24. @Meditationdude If I don't work, I will put my energy in learning Photoshop or something other creative thing. I like to learn new skills. But that is the next problem, I like a lot of creative things, but if I see it as a job it doesn't feel creative anymore. It feels like I need to adjust to a certain degree to our society. @ivory Thank you for your recommendation I did this. I have followed my bliss. But every job has a part which is less enjoyable. And that part you can't escape. There is no way I could fall in love with that. Uhh... I don't know about this, I have a very creative job. I really enjoy this part of my job. How can one work to hard? Isn't life to be enjoyed in contemplating, walking, meditating, connections in stead of work? I only work part-time because I don't really see the point of 'all of us in the world' working so hard for no reason. Yes, great point. Working on it, but this takes years of work. I can't rush this process. Is it? Really? I know I need to work for basic survival (you need to shower to be clean enough for no infections). But all the excess? Why the hell should we all want to work 40+ hours a week? @mandyjw I will, thank you! Thanks to all of you, for taking the time to respond to my post. I really appreciate it!
  25. Yes, you can be afraid of beautiful women or the figure 8. A complete list of existing fears; Achluophobia - Fear of darkness Acrophobia - Fear of heights Aerophobia - Fear of flying Algophobia - Fear of pain Alektorophobia - Fear of chickens Agoraphobia - Fear of public spaces or crowds Aichmophobia - Fear of needles or pointed objects Amaxophobia - Fear of riding in a car Androphobia - Fear of men Anginophobia - Fear of angina or choking Anthophobia - Fear of flowers Anthropophobia - Fear of people or society Aphenphosmphobia - Fear of being touched Arachnophobia - Fear of spiders Arithmophobia - Fear of numbers Astraphobia - Fear of thunder and lightning Ataxophobia - Fear of disorder or untidiness Atelophobia - Fear of imperfection Atychiphobia - Fear of failure Autophobia - Fear of being alone Bacteriophobia - Fear of bacteria Barophobia - Fear of gravity Bathmophobia - Fear of stairs or steep slopes Batrachophobia - Fear of amphibians Belonephobia - Fear of pins and needles Bibliophobia - Fear of books Botanophobia - Fear of plants Cacophobia - Fear of ugliness Catagelophobia - Fear of being ridiculed Catoptrophobia - Fear of mirrors Chionophobia - Fear of snow Chromophobia - Fear of colors Chronomentrophobia - Fear of clocks Claustrophobia - Fear of confined spaces Coulrophobia - Fear of clowns Cyberphobia - Fear of computers Cynophobia - Fear of dogs Dendrophobia - Fear of trees Dentophobia - Fear of dentists Domatophobia - Fear of houses Dystychiphobia - Fear of accidents Ecophobia - Fear of the home Elurophobia - Fear of cats Entomophobia - Fear of insects Ephebiphobia - Fear of teenagers Equinophobia - Fear of horses Gamophobia - Fear of marriage Genuphobia - Fear of knees Glossophobia - Fear of speaking in public Gynophobia - Fear of women Heliophobia - Fear of the sun Hemophobia - Fear of blood Herpetophobia - Fear of reptiles Hydrophobia - Fear of water Hypochondria - Fear of illness Iatrophobia - Fear of doctors Insectophobia - Fear of insects Koinoniphobia - Fear of rooms full of people Leukophobia - Fear of the color white Lilapsophobia - Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes Lockiophobia - Fear of childbirth Mageirocophobia - Fear of cooking Megalophobia - Fear of large things Melanophobia - Fear of the color black Microphobia - Fear of small things Mysophobia - Fear of dirt and germs Necrophobia - Fear of death or dead things Noctiphobia - Fear of the night Nosocomephobia - Fear of hospitals Nyctophobia- Fear of the dark Obesophobia - Fear of gaining weight Octophobia - Fear of the figure 8 Ombrophobia - Fear of rain Ophidiophobia - Fear of snakes Ornithophobia - Fear of birds Papyrophobia - Fear of paper Pathophobia - Fear of disease Pedophobia - Fear of children Pholophobia - Fear of love Phobophobia - Fear of phobias Podophobia - Fear of feet Pogonophobia - Fear of beards Porphyrophobia - Fear of the color purple Pteridophobia - Fear of ferns Pteromerhanophobia - Fear of flying Pyrophobia - Fear of fire Samhainophobia- Fear of Halloween Scolionophobia - Fear of school Selenophobia - Fear of the moon Sociophobia - Fear of social evaluation Somniphobia - Fear of sleep Tachophobia - Fear of speed Technophobia - Fear of technology Tonitrophobia - Fear of thunder Trypanophobia - Fear of needles or injections Venustraphobia - Fear of beautiful women Verminophobia - Fear of germs Wiccaphobia- Fear of witches and witchcraft Xenophobia- Fear of strangers or foreigners Zoophobia- Fear of animals