Sahil Pandit

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  1. @doucey24 Wow! I had the same experience happen to me, but I worded it a bit differently. Check this out:
  2. Health and Wellness/ Fitness Coach @Leo Kaminski
  3. @Pernani AHHH, such a good point my friend. Self Awareness. You have to know your likes, your dislikes, your strengths, and your short comings. Once you can figure those out, if you live them through direct experience, your opportunities to expand them open up tremendously, especially when you do something you enjoy doing. Use your top strength, and notice the thoughts and feelings associated with them once you are doing that "thing" (I am referring the the LP course) Try that and let me know what you discover!
  4. @Leo Gura Pretty sure this is going to be a common theme on the forum until you make a video metaphysics of happiness, or a video on fulfillment.
  5. @metwinn http://commonsenseatheism.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/Audi-Epistemology-2e.pdf
  6. @Pernani The most direct answer i can think of is the subtlety, the nuance. The lens in which you look at an activity has a huge effect on that being observed. Take for example a professional boxer compared to regular person. Consider how much MORE the professional boxer knows and how much more he can experience through direct experience (of boxing and techniques, breathing, footwork, etc) in comparison to the normal person... Have you read Mastery by George Leonard or Robert Greene? There is so much hidden in plane sight, but the mind must be trained to see and break down the "how" instead of the "what" What i mean is, every thing you see is much more complex than meets the eye, but if we only look at things superficially they are just "objects" in our day to day level of awareness.
  7. @onacloudynight Be in the now, like you are trying to do, and get yourself a stop watch, eliminate all distractions and grab yourself a piece of paper/pen and find a quite place to sit. Then, be present again, set your timer for 10-20 minutes, then take the next step and write/plan. Keep repeating these steps and see what happens. Good luck.
  8. @Leo Gura This is such a beautiful example
  9. @Gohabsgo Intermittent fasting for spiritual growth
  10. Here is an EXCELLENT Mind Map of Autobiography of a Yogi
  11. @Gohabsgo Prolonged fasting + being emotionally heart centered, contemplating about what matters the most in life and how much life has already been experienced. Pretty much spiritual purification of sorts.
  12. @kingroboto Keep at it and you'll be amazed at how your relationship with your friends has transformed in a couple of months!
  13. @waking_dreams Right on! And once you get some momentum for yourself you create a positive feedback loop @Rinne
  14. Ever wonder why Leo always wears that same black shirt? (Or now that stylish collared one? ) It comes down to making fewer, higher quality decisions during the day. In decision making and psychology, decision fatigue refers to the deteriorating quality of decisions made by an individual after a long session of decision making. It is now understood as one of the causes of irrational trade-offs indecision making. My question for you is... How many decisions are you making a day? Are they important decisions or are you burning through vital energy on decisions that don't matter? What are some better systems you could put in place that would radically reduce or eliminate the amount of decisions you would need to make? All the best!