Discover the power of flow states and frontiers. Embrace patience and divine timing, and learn how to follow through on your goals despite temptation.
Peace of mind isn't something easily attained, but it's also not as hard as you might think. When I reflect back on when I have the most peace of mind, it has a lot do with these 3 things.
We tend to live in a dizzy baseline state, one fueled by virtual vertigo. But we can regain our footing and find our centers. Hard to keep, yet with practice we can keep coming back with less veering as we grow.
Awake to your life, connect the dots of your entire story, and don't forget that the ego is just a nametag.
You can use risk to attract flow, use psycho-technologies to drop in, or even get there through the steady practice of attention training.
When we are disconnected from our sense of self, it helps to understand our inner resources. Then we will be able to develop our intradependence and thrive in the unknown.
If you want flow, look into your frontiers: who you are, your abilities & skills, and your unique story arc.
Acting on the unknown is how we have to operate most of the time in life. Inevitably, we will regret not making the perfect decision, but it's still more important to keep things moving.
Life is a waiting game that can get the best of us. Here's how to prevent that.
The thing I want most is self-mastery. This experience gave me a taste of what's possible and taught me a valuable lesson about akrasia & enkrateia. These insights will help you follow through on your aims too.
Don't get caught up in culture's tricks of influence. You're in the game whether you act like it or not. But if you're not careful you'll find yourself adding in extra steps between you and your dharma.
Getting a grip on your social feeds for maximum benefit isn't as hard as you might think. Here are 3 things to cut out and 1 more to engage deeply with.
Bringing any idea from imagination into the 3D world is going to be way way harder than you'd imagine. Perhaps this is good that we don't see, initially, the full extent of how hard something will be to see through to the end. It's a blindspot of the creative process, yet even if we're aware of the challenge ahead...do it anyway.
Exploring the sacred depth of one of the best pieces I've been re-reading often. (It just touches my soul so much that I can't not do it)
We all want to get insanely good at something. Many of us want mastery. If so, it's important to make sure that's the path your on. Luckily, there's a pattern with principles behind how people can master any skill or craft. Follow these 4 reverse-engineered principles, along with avoidance of the 1 main obstacle, and you're on your way to mastery.
Realize that fear is normal, but you have to do dangerous things carefully if you want to consistently drop into deep flow and be hooked on a path to mastery.
Your relationship to altered states should be planned out in advance. For too many, it's based on whims & DM's. Get your practices on a calendar, find balance, and tap into the full range of human experience - sustainably.
The sweet spot to evolving beyond what you currently are lies just outside what you can do now. You must feel as though you’re leveraging every bit of talent you possess. Doing all you can with what you’ve got. These 4 quick frameworks will help you drop into flow more often.