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A Philosophy for Being Human By Robin Sharma

A Philosophy for Being Human

By Robin Sharma

Go out into this cruel and beautiful world with a heart full of heroism and eyes set to witness the full glory of your powers.

Yes, some seasons will bring misfortune and some times will be hard.

Yet, there is much good in daily life. Neighbors who appreciate you, friends who enliven you and family that adores you.

When it comes to those who wish less than your dreams for you, know they know not what they do. And send them the good wishes that reflect your patience. And the kind understanding that displays your sincere forgiveness.

Work richly and with dignity, giving more than you receive and produce the magic that honours your maker. And respects your genius.

Keep your life simple, as an addiction to acquisition and deep craving for more can stifle your spirit and hurt your good heart.

Enjoy the company of wise people, the companionship of inspiring books and a healthy relationship with your finest self.

When the crowd seeks to make you like them, stay true to your path—leading by your virtues and the values that feel most real to you.

Remain daring, knowing that the meek and timid do not know the soaring flights that come by leaning into your fears. To postpone the life of your ideals is to invite regret into your days.

Remember that terror is closer to triumph than complacency is. And that fear becomes faith when you walk into it.

Enjoy the fruits of your labor and the accolades of your masterwork.

Love gently, respecting all around you and the earth that nourishes you.

Shaani, I do hope that my words above have brought you positivity, solace, strength and comfort.

With love and respect,

Robin

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Matt Kahn In This Moment the Universe Wants You to Know

The breath is centeredness itself and you are the breath remembering your true nature.

As you breathe, let the experience not be a person connecting to something called ‘breath’, but the breath being itself in momentary form. Eliminate any degree of labels suggesting something is connecting with something else called breath. Instead, just let it all be breath remembering and realizing itself.

When it’s all the breath appearing as the phenomenon of people, places, and things, there is no longer anyone who is or isn’t sleeping. Instead, there is the presence of eternal light where everything is already awake. This is the heart of true restfulness.

Please rest in every moment you spend reading this newsletter.

All for Love,

Matt Kahn

ILLUMINATING THE TRUTH

Mantra: I am willing to see things clearly —
no matter the outcome.

When the truth is illuminated, you are no longer willing to settle for opinions but instead, yearn for a direct reflection that can shift fear and apprehension into higher vibrations of acceptance. In the illumination of truth, it doesn’t matter how much life gets inconvenienced or disrupted. Instead, the recognition of fact versus falsehood allows you to move past the shattering of expectations to commune with a reality beyond the horizon of your ingrained ideas.

…May it settle deeply into our collective awareness, landing us in a radiant inner SMILE.

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Flow Genome Project

“The Flow Genome Project is about training homegrown humans who are inspired, resilient and connected.

This covers four overlapping disciplines:

  • Neuroanthropology
  • Optimal Psychology
  • Culture Architecture
  • Peak Performance

Peak states, deep healing, and powerful teamwork arise from playing in all of these domains. And that interdisciplinary perspective actually yields way more insight into shaping consciousness and culture than if we narrowly focused on biohacking or some other sub-field.

So if you consider yourself a curious skeptic, or a rational mystic, consider yourself in the right place. The intersection of Science and the Sublime.

That’s the challenge in front of us: to engineer Ecstasis without the Crave (of addiction to altered states), prompt Catharsis without the Cringe (of indulgent self help), and create Communitas without the Cult (of unreliable leaders and followers).

It’s how we wake up, grow up and show up for something bigger than ourselves. And have the time of our lives getting it done.

If this sounds up your alley…”

https://www.flowgenomeproject.com/

From the FGP newsletter.

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Impact Theory Hilary Swank on Becoming a Beast Competitor in Work and Life

“Strength, drive, and perseverance. How do we awaken these traits within us, ignite them to the fullest, and use them as a driving force towards reaching our goals? Two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank joins Tom on this episode of Impact Theory to discuss these questions and how each of us has the ability to persevere past hurdles in life, smash through walls, and reach new horizons. She shares what drives her work ethic that some describe as ‘legendary,’ the power of belief and a competitive mindset, why you should always be aiming, how the sharp edges of life shape us, how to overcome and master the mind, and where self-identity comes from.”

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Health Theory Mark Sisson Lays Out the Blueprint to an Awesome Life

“Elite athlete, best-selling author and leading proponent of the primal diet, Mark Sisson believes that the lifestyle our primal ancestors engaged in, the food they ate, and the amount of sun they got are still optimal today. On this episode of Health Theory, Mark Sisson explains how to tap into that primal lifestyle and live an awesome life where you enjoy what you eat, you don’t have constant cravings, and you still burn excess fat and extend your longevity. He talks about the healing power of collagen, the crucial importance of metabolic flexibility, and why there’s no need to sacrifice daily pleasure for good health.”

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Women of Impact From Divorce to Pandemic: How to Deal with the Worst that Can Happen

“Authenticity. What questions do we ask ourselves to know if we’re living it and how do we walk through the dark storms of life without losing it? Rachel Hollis, two-time #1 New York Times best-selling author of “Girl, Wash Your Face” and “Girl, Stop Apologizing,” joins Lisa on this episode of Women of Impact to discuss and answer these questions and many more as she takes us on a discovery of one’s true-authentic self. She shares why holding onto your dream equates to holding onto your true-self, how her childhood trauma shaped her vivid imagination, the importance of specificity and details, why you should shake off shame and not let criticism bring you down, and how people pleasing may result in anxiety, depression, and the loss of your true-authentic self.”

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How to Use Your Spiritual Power to Live a Magical Life

I came across this gem today. My heart is open and ready to receive. Thank you.

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What is Compromise?

I love Eartha Kitt.

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Be the Person Your Kid Sees in You

This is a wise young one.

Happy Mother’s Day ❤️

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How You Change People

The truth in me calls out to the truth in you. ✨