Himanshu

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  1. Eben Pagan's Advanced Learning & Teaching seminar with Wyatt Woodsmall is great. It talks about the limitations of the education system, different types of learners, how you haven't actually learned something unless your behavior is changed, etc. Very fundamental material. This guy has some notes on it: http://mynotetakingnerd.com/blog/personal-improvement-notes-from-eben-pagan-and-wyatt-woodsmalls-advanced-learning-and-teaching-seminar/
  2. Edward de Bono - the man who coined the terms Lateral thinking and Parallel thinking.
  3. @seeking_brilliance I would love to do a guided meditation on inner integration - integrating and aligning all seeming fragments within into one unified whole. Integration of individual will with Divine Will, and becoming a force of Nature. This as well.
  4. Thank you for sharing this. Carolyn hits it right on the head. I started reading the book a couple of days back (after reading your review) . There is a lot more to work through than I initially expected. Recommended for anyone who lacks effectiveness (aren't getting the results they want) cause they have their own Will turning against themselves. If you resonate with being an Intuitive Feeler (NF), this may be a goldmine. She weird tho.
  5. MBTI is a model, and all models are limited by definition. It is useful where it applies, and useless / misleading where it does not apply. @Carl-RichardDon't share information you don't trust yourself.
  6. Almost everyone is out of balance / fragmented from the whole and MBTI tells you where your imbalance lies. Sadhguru has transcended the dichotomies laid down by MBTI. He is an example of Wholeness embodied. He is strong at both Intuition (big-picture thinking, connecting diverse dots) and Sensing (is known for his driving skills and knows how to fly a helicopter) The classic definitions of Introvert and Extrovert do not apply to an enlightened person. What is within and what is without? @Carl-Richard Don't trust everything you read on the Internet.
  7. @mandyjw that's an unusual one. Thanks I'm going through Jordan Peterson's Past Authoring program and I'd recommend it for shadow work. It allows you to walk through significant events in your past and resolve unfinished matters. This goes very well with Ken Wilber's observation that: As you evolve, your past subjective self becomes an object to your present subjective self. Writing gives you an opportunity to objectify your past and analyze it with detachment.
  8. @Matt23Thanks for sharing this. It seems promising. I've been looking into the work of Gabor Maté and it's similar to what you have mentioned.
  9. This is beautiful! Keep going.
  10. Is the future predictable? To what extent and how? Does Consciousness = Free will? In the sense that higher consciousness = more free will. This might require a whole video in itself Why don't you appear in interviews except for a couple of relatively lesser-known YouTubers? Do you have any future projects planned to build and maintain the Actualized.org community? How do you plan to ensure that YOUR work, like most teachers, is not twisted, misinterpreted, and used for selfish means after you die / leave your body consciously? Well deserved 1M subs! Thank you Leo.. You continue to be an inspiration.
  11. How to pick the right books, read them slowly and get the most juice out of them.
  12. Uhuh.
  13. Universal / inclusive design -
  14. Wow, that's relatable. Be gentle with yourself. Give yourself space. You did the best of what you knew at that moment. Congratulate yourself on having the ability to look back and evaluate your past self. You have levelled up. It's okay to feel ashamed. Its a sign of growing sensitivity. But shame creates shadow. Instead, bring the light in. Take your time. Let shame dissolve. You don't grow by dissociating from your past self, but by fully accepting and integrating it. Shame is the roadblock. Accept it and let it go. Instead, focus on building healthy social bonds. Allow yourself to be accepted as you are. Examine your beliefs around sexuality. Update them. Examine your judgements of other people. Let go of them. Examine your judgements of yourself. Let go of them.