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  1. The value passion: Isn‘t the whole point of the LPC to discover your passion? It seems self-evident to put that in, but I don‘t want one slot to be wasted.
  2. @Leo Gura Will that change happen inevitably or will we have to fight(/move) towards that? Can we know how that future will look like?
  3. Will the (spiritual) evolution of our species happen at its own pace or do we have a signficant control over the pace of it? A lot of theory on how to create less suffering on this planet is available, yet it doesn‘t change most people. How can we implement (a few of)‘s concepts on a broad scale? Do they have to be taught in school? But that won‘t be allowed because the people controlling it don‘t value the teachings, creating vicious circle. Does change happen one individual at a time, at a slow pace in its own speed or can we speed up that process? Are personalties like Gandhi or MLK needed? But have those really changed the people opposite of their views?
  4. What is self-taught philosophy? How is it not parroting dead men?
  5. Yes I like my therapist! And thanks for the advice. How do you cultivate patience though?
  6. @kag101 Unbelievably great post man! I feel the exact same way and started therapy recently. I hope to get the results you did
  7. @Shakazulu Not my type of music genre but I like the diversity and the instrumentals (skipped through so didn‘t have attention on lyrics) Nice to see you created something from the course!
  8. In the third movie Indiana is in the search for the holy grail which promises eternal life. There are three traps, three thresholds he has to surpass. He has hints how to achieve that: First, he was told to 'show humility before God', so he kneels on the ground, dodging blades cutting off his head in the last moment. Secondly, he was told 'to walk in the name of God', so he walks on letters on the ground, spelling God and dodging falling through some fake steps which he would have fallen through. And lastly, which really struck me as a very good metaphor for the spiritual path: The final threshold: “Nature loves courage. You make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment by removing impossible obstacles. Dream the impossible dream and the world will not grind you under, it will lift you up. This is the trick. This is what all these teachers and philosophers who really counted, who really touched the alchemical gold, this is what they understood. This is the shamanic dance in the waterfall. This is how magic is done. By hurling yourself into the abyss and discovering it's a feather bed.” ― Terence McKenna
  9. @bejapuskas @Leo Gura Yes, I realize the absurdity I think I'm a bit confused, because I subconsciously held the assumption that thinking for yourself means developing original ideas. And because I look at the world through different lenses that don't really stem from myself but from other authorities, I thought that I failed at thinking for myself. Is it normal to not really have (a lot) ,original' ideas?
  10. I want to learn to think independently. I want to learn about the structures in my mind that keep me from doing that and how to efficiently think for myself.
  11. I want to know more about this subject, but from resources beside Leo's videos. Thank you! (I have the book list, but there aren't any on it if I'm correct, right?)
  12. How do you differenciate between what's really authentic and what's not?
  13. Of course it's different for everyone, but I want to know some experiences of others, so I can maybe change my expectations and strengthen my patience.
  14. @PukkaDanks Great idea, I really like that! Now, I think your only obstacle is marketing it. Wishing you the best!