Max_V

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  1. @Yali But, an IQ test is limited. That's the problem with SAT-type tests. They box you in and make it so you end up acting out the score that you get, a self-fulfilling prophecy if you will. IQ is not everything, intelligence has many more different flavours that our school system doesn't test for because it is not in its best interest to do so.
  2. @Manusia Thank you! I love writing so much, to have someone give me a compliment about it means a lot. First and foremost I recommend introspecting a lot, that's mainly where I got this info from. Seeing it happen within myself. You gotta follow the movements of your mind. But if you want to read up more on this kind of work I recommend Jung, I love his work. Probably more accesible is Teal Swan, she's helped me greatly too. All the best friend
  3. Imagine our psyche like a rainbow. All the different aspects of our being represent a colour and make up the whole that is us. When an aspect is repressed, disowned, or rejected, such a colour becomes dim or even turns off. We become unbalanced and concomitantly problems arise. Just as a part of us can represent the vibration of the colour, let’s say red, so there is music, art, etc. that vibrates at the colour red. If you have repressed the colour red within you because of trauma, listening to music that vibrates at that colour will help that aspect of you that is repressed reawaken. Dancing to this music, acting it out, helps reintegrate this lost part back into your disfigured rainbow. So in more plain terms: music that makes you spontaneous for example, helps reawaken repressed spontaneity. It also can bring to the surface the reason why spontaneity is unintegrated in the first place.
  4. @Fearey There is more to having kids than 100% selfishness and ego, be careful with only painting with broad strokes.
  5. @blessedlion1993 In other words: Make embodying the principles that you want to teach to other people a top priority. If those principles are the right ones, your being will naturally attract people. The light you shine will attracts those looking for flame. People have an easier time feeling the benefit of something in their bones when they are able to see it already exist in the world.
  6. It's crazy how much music can help us integrate lost or undeveloped parts of ourselves. Lately I've been listening a lot to hardstyle and trance. It's been helping with facing my fears, working on my self-esteem, and becoming a stronger person. Music always has been that unjudging friend that I return to for consolation and guidance.
  7. It is actually like therapy, something that even all of us untrained in clinical therapy can do. Simply listening and being an open space for people helps immensely. It gives them the feeling that someone cares while at the same time giving them the opportunity to subconsciously (and sometimes consciously) work through their problem. But you have to stay grounded when listening like this. Don't lose yourself in the others' emotions and thoughts. You have to stay vigilant to what your gut is telling you. There is always that moment when you get notified that something is not right or not in allignment with yourself. This is the moment when you want to think of a suitable way to end the conversation. Keeping the ideal of honesty but kind in mind will get you far.
  8. @Albert Roiterstein I can relate to what you are saying. What I've found to work is a couple of things. Firstly, as best as you can, represent the ideals and philosophies you care to propagate. This will make it so that the people that have that itch towards higher consciousness living will naturally ask you questions or want to learn from you. They are drawn to what you emanate, its charisma. This from my experience works far better than trying to convince people intellectually of what it is they should do. Next to that, openly listening to people without even saying something will help them in itself. As they are speaking to you, at the same time they are working through the problems they are telling you about. But, this is not to say you should now become a doormat that is always responsible for listening to everyone. Introspect on where your boundaries in this lie and when it becomes too much, state it so.
  9. Hey thanks, I didn't know they did a doc on Bob. Probably going to watch it some time!
  10. @SamC Leo's whole channel is built upon knowledge, gaining understanding, finding truth. That's the epitome of 5. Perhaps he has some 3 in his Tritype, if you're familiar with that, but as his main number I don't think so.
  11. I'd say probably 5 with a 4 wing, could be wrong though.
  12. If something significant happens, and Leo wants to share it, I’m sure he will. Speculating won’t do much.
  13. Anything Keshi is great These are my favourites
  14. Welcome!
  15. I think this is by pure intuitive hunch. You have to listen to what your gut is telling you. A good question to help yourself get more in touch with this in such situations is: ”What would love do?” or if you have a doormat connotation with love, you can use: “What would truth/integrity do?” Good luck, friend