Define Your Ideal Culture
Can you see the bigger picture?
Quite often we are very clear about what we don’t want in life. We don’t want liars. We don’t want drama. We don’t want hate. We don’t want struggle.
But when asked what people DO want, they often reply ‘I just told you. I don’t want X’.
While this might seem semantic and fussy, it’s a very important signal that helps us when we pay attention to it
How to get (and stay) unstuck
Imagine a sea of people so big that you can’t see their faces. The enormity of each life is represented by a single stroke of a paintbrush.
Each person gets one colour, one stroke, and then they must leave.
Each will debate and argue what it is they are painting, and whose stroke is better or right.
The pursuit of unconditional love
When we experience life as an endless state of duality, our mind lives in a constant state of stress, bouncing between extremes; fighting threats; scouring for allies — and taking out enemies. A life of purgatory.
If you told the truth, do you really want that as your experience of life?
The origins of Bold&Resolute
Not everyone will help you, or want to be helped by you, despite your ideas and best intentions. Most will not become who you think they could, should, or will be. Those for whom you fight for, may never realise their potential, or ‘get’ whatever it is you think they need to ‘get.’
The question is, can you be ok with that?
Creating vs Designing Your Life
In the blink of an eye, it all becomes irrelevant and a mere memory for a sentimental few. A complex experience between grappling with the past and future, and the suffering that lives in between. We think that without significance or the trappings of ‘success’, we cannot BE who we want to be.
This couldn’t be further from the truth.
The practice of ‘choosing the now’
in order to create, one must be willing to let go of the security of what they know and can do, and be willing to experience and explore the wonders beyond the fear of success and failure.
It means letting go of the ego and identity—something we have been conditioned to protect at all costs since birth.
My greatest regrets aren’t things I didn’t buy or failed to achieve. My deepest regrets are the times I chose to avoid the present moment out of fear or ego, only to soon discover that I missed a significant opportunity to be closer to those whom I love.