Vision

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  1. I want to read the Actualized.org Textbook on my Kindle, and I also want to have it in analogue format, as if I could read it like a physical book. How can I achieve this? For the Kindle format, are there any PDF to MOBI conversion tools don't sacrifice text formatting? Or how can I manually make it accurate? For an analogue format, I've heard of binders, but they are too big to read comfortably when laying down in bed. I usually read in bed before going to sleep. Thanks in advance. Also want to give a big thank you to @Cepzeu for assembling it, and @FlyingLotus, @Juan Cruz Giusto, @TimStr, @Hello from Russia, @AleksM, and others for additions. And of course, a big thank you to @Leo Gura for his life-changing contribution to mankind
  2. @LfcCharlie4 Has that ever happened to you? How do you deal with it? @Nahm What if your income isn’t fixed? E.g. owner of a business?
  3. @Nahm What is income verification exactly?
  4. @Average Investor Say I have $70k in cash. Where do I get started? Also, Roth IRAs don’t exist in my country
  5. @Yarco Invest in what? Genuine question.
  6. Just imagine where he’d go if he applied his mindset in consciousness work... I don’t think he knows about its existence. Marketing delimits your reality. If only he was exposed to such material. Open-mindedness is also needed of course.
  7. @Byun SeanBecause I don't want it to bite me or crawl on me, or kill me. But see, these are just mental models that I've constructed from other people's experiences and my knowledge of spiders. I don't truly know with 100% certainty. @VeganAwakeWhy do we prefer comfort? @tsuki I don't understand. Could you simplify or elaborate? Thanks.
  8. @omar30 This is a good recommendation. Thank you. @Dryas Any books in mind? @hyruga Thanks. Do you have any other books in mind? @itachi uchiha You ditched your meditation for it? Could you please elaborate more? I don't think meditation is only used for facing hardship. By the way, I'm not allergic to religious concepts. I'm not religious myself but there are some gems that can be taken out from every religion. They're all trying to say the same thing, but they all deliver differently, sometimes in corrupted ways.
  9. I’m looking for books on people overcoming difficulty and transforming their lives in the end. Or books about overcoming difficulty in general, such as Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl or Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins. The theme I’m interested in: Being unconquerable Going from darkness into the light Being the captain of one’s own ship Resiliency Determination Pulling oneself up by their bootstraps Any suggestions?
  10. @Nahm I don't know how I came across this year old thread... but thank God I did because I came across this golden nugget of a post from you. You single-handedly just recontextualized how I view instant-gratification. This is utterly profound. I really hope I don't forget this.
  11. @catcat69123 See, I think there is still a part of me that thinks regret can be used as motivation. Like - avoiding doing something that I will regret in the future. Delaying gratification or regret indulging in instant gratification in the future, etc. @Crane Bahnsteik How can I do this? It's sort of just "there". I've heard of the sedona method before and watched some summaries on it but I have never seen this course. This will be profound. Thank you so much.
  12. @hyruga THANK YOU! I remember reading an excerpt from this book which made me instantly buy it. This was literally a year ago and it's been sitting in my kindle library ever since. Thank you for reminding me. Once I finish reading this book on SIBO this may be my next read. @Crane Bahnsteik What do you mean by resolution? Like the clarity and specificity of what it is I am trying to release and how close it is to the root? This makes sense. Thanks. But it's so difficult. Especially trying to let go of trying to let go. Why do I find it so hard to let go of trying to let go?
  13. @Batman I agree with this. It happens to be that this human character tends to believe the beliefs it is surrounded by. It both is and isn't out of our own will it seems. @tsuki Can you please elaborate? @Nahm But why? Why did we believe it to begin with? Our character just didn't know any better?