My experiment to try and discover my automatic programming & beliefs that don’t serve me, and time to create new habits that will make my future self happy. Reconnecting to humanity, back in a state of love consciousness. And clips from my ‘drunk’ experiment. Refocusing on what’s important in the grand scheme of things.
Become who you are – Stop wearing a mask & living a lie – Speak your Truth
There is nothing wrong with where we are at. Life is a journey of different perspectives & experiences. Our biggest fear is what other people think of us – and that was brainwashed into us – we are conditioned since birth to conform. To hold our tongue. It’s a hard habit to break because it’s automatic. Once you realize that your beliefs are not even your own – you are free to Question Everything and have absolute Empathy and understanding about where other people are – you realize that nothing is real, everything is fake – a mask. Time to start thinking for ourselves & allowing others to explore their truths / go through the process of un-brainwashing – even though none of us know what is real from our tiny perspective.
I’m going to speak about something that I think is pretty important.. something that I try and do but still constantly have to remind myself to do, and something I want you to think about whether you are truly living authentically with yourself and with your loved ones and other people you interact with. And that is speaking your truth.
Any one of the crisis that face our civilization is probably worse than almost anybody dares to admit. But. Transformation happens almost in no other way than to be in a crisis that reaches an extreme, that really brings the world down. What are the alternative pathways to moving out of crisis into equality, balance and harmony? What level of uprising or revolution do we need to make a difference?
The person you are becoming is far more important than the work you are doing. Your pursuit is designed to help people, make a difference, or change the world for the better. You feel a calling or a purpose around it, religious or otherwise. This post lists a couple of Takeaways I got from the book Doing Work That Matters by Justin Zoradi.