martin_malin

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  1. Addiction to stimulation and lack of self-discipline.
  2. According to life between lives regression therapy, souls who commit suicide almost always regret their action because know they'll have to go through the same challenges once again. They feel like they have wasted their incarnation and let down souls they had a contract with, Their spirit guide(s) are understanding and offer them love and compassion tho.
  3. The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings of Authenticity, Connection, and Courage Here’s a Ted Talk by the author that went viral : The book is only available on audible (its live workshop). It’s one of those self-help products that can truly be life changing. At least, it changed mine.
  4. Leo only stated what many sages have said before him. Sadghuru says : ''Transforming yourself from just a piece of creation to the Creator himself. This is not in search of God, this is in search of becoming a God. This is not in search of divine, this is in search of becoming divine. Because that which you call divine, that which is the source of existence is throbbing within you every moment of your life. Otherwise a piece of bread couldn't become a human being.''
  5. @Girzo Exactly, there's nothing worse than not being able to sleep when you absolutely need too. I repaid my sleep debt as soon the big moments had passed. Adrenaline is a helluva drug. Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear. Mark Twain
  6. You have to be willing to suck and get hurt. The guy you talk about once did, you just never saw his shitty work. I also think that fear can be used as a compass. My LP scared the shit out of me during the first year I was pursuing it (slept between 45 min and 3 hours many days).
  7. I hear you, man. I love that quote too. It's the personality/ego that's afraid of the light, not you. Say this aloud : ''I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve.''
  8. Some of you might be interested in Journey of Souls from Michael Newton, PHD. He's an hypnotherapist who claimed to have developed his own age regression technique. Newton opens cases from his private practice in which he hypnotically regressed 29 of his clients to a point between lives--after death, but before birth. It is bullshit? Could be. It's certainly very compelling.
  9. Personality dies. Soul is greeted by soulmates and spirit guides. It has a life review. Takes classes and chats with other souls. Plans her next life in conjonction with spirit guides and soul family. Bright lights. The baby cries.
  10. I can't recommand this book enough. A five-time Moth GrandSLAM winner and bestselling novelist shows how to tell a great story — and why doing so matters. www.amazon.com/Storyworthy-Engage-Persuade-through-Storytelling/dp/1608685489
  11. I strongly recommend reading The Revolutionary Trauma Release Process: Transcend Your Toughest Times by David Berceli. He says that we store trauma in our psoas muscles. I've been doing the release exercices for two weeks and it seems to be working.
  12. When I was 21, I thought it was funny that my new roommate was also named Martin. Two weeks later, we are both throwing our driving license on the kitchen table to show the other that we're not lying. We share our last name too! For two weeks, I answered the phone and spoke to people who had the right number, the right address, the right name but the wrong person. I was sure I was becoming schizo.
  13. Don't just present facts, you'll bore everyone to death. Instead, try as much as possible to tell a great story. Bring the audience on a journey. Also, start as fast as possible. Never say ''Today I'm going to talk to you about X''. Hit them with a brick right off the gate. A good way to start a presentation is with something like ''Imagine if...''
  14. ^^ Yes he is. I also like Aubrey Marcus.
  15. Haha this is great!