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men often challenge hierarchically while women often challenge selfesteem.

 

there is a lot to learn from each other and from living in a pack and from a pack living in a herd.

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5 hours ago, now is forever said:

men often challenge hierarchically while women often challenge selfesteem.

 

there is a lot to learn from each other and from living in a pack and from a pack living in a herd.

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@Ayilton thank you. i appreciate you appreciate that. 

thank you for reading, it feels less lonely. :)

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without referring to the last post.

if women stumble upon this diary, i want to remind you, that most religious teachings are based on male society and male interpretation. i will not take a lot of male teachers to balance that - i’ll find myself women teachers and try to see a lot of symbols as nondual. in budhism you can find a lot of woman figures, too. maybe there will be many more in the future and they might equal out some day.

we can identify with them or find out about our nature while understanding them also from a male perspective. maybe then, we can understand our true power. and sometimes be the sun instead of the moon. or the moon instead of the sun.

it’s interesting how the symbol manifests in different languages being either feminine or masculine.

if men want to stay empty - maybe we have to reveal our true nature as the reflected spot in the night.

if men only want to see the male teachers, it’s their problem. ;)

i hope men feel triggered by that, and break that circle by being attentive to women teachers as well.

it’s often so underrepresented.

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let’s not forget the patterns that brought us here let’s not forget us the people who brought us here let’s appreciate the work behind everything.

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this morning i just thought, how amazing, there really is not only mind work and manual work but really also emotional work. i mean not only the thinking process but also emotion process.

not only in design or art. we can find that in every days life. and it’s underrated and unpaid very often. what a shame

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the controversy problem of an unlearning teacher, without referring to me, but to what i know about my unlearning teachers. is communication. best way is not talking - and showing instead like a mother or a father... but you always have to talk in some way if it’s not about doing something - how to do something you can always show that.

but what about all the steps that lead a teacher to a teachers goal? and where exactly is the turning point between a teacher and a student - where does the student turn to the teacher and the teacher to the student? it is in communication.

where does communication stop? nowhere it is eternal - and holds everything inside this universe.

 

so there is no teacher and no student, if both try to communicate. 

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thank you joseph maynor - you are a great teacher

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if we learn from nature directly taking nature as a teacher, we can also teach nature to grow differently. that goes for our own nature and in sense of construction. 

like a plant we can let it grow differently - we can trim it or we can let it grow wild - or we can grow it into something healthy and still supportive. it’s all a matter of knowledge - knowledge we got through communication, through watching through touching through actions and interaction.

best teachers i ever had teached me that.

and there where a lot of them including my own hands. interacting with material.

 

my ears are certainly not the best teachers so i’m also not a very good student with my ears - they only take what they want to hear.

so sometimes we learn by output better than by input - because while talking we realize what is already in there. so output can be the opposite of what is inside of us sometimes or the same.

a diary therefore is something very good to understand oneselfs world construction. but if i do it openly i don’t want to put out too much of my everyday life with that - because that is sooooo private and privacy is the last thing left in this world of public viewing. i already give up my ideology and ideas to myself and everyone who wants to read it. isn’t that counterintuitive already - but that’s our world of information we have constructed.

the whole world is talking to us all the time. so much we sometimes can’t listen to everything that is said. 

 

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