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Welcome to the chakra series where we will be looking at the main seven chakras in relative detail! Unfortunately, there is so much to learn/say about each chakra that one blog post each chakra will not be enough! In each blog post we will be looking at the main aspects of each chakra and some interesting facts relating to each relevant chakra!
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NOTE: Those suffering from existential crisis: PROCEED WITH CAUTION. Let it be known, I haven't been alive long. I suppose depending on where you live, how you live and who you know, your definition of 'adulthood' will differ from mine. However, Regardless of circumstance, cultural variance or contact portfolio, I can't help but ask... ...were you scared too? 'cause I am STILL freaking out. Whoever said that being an adult is not easy was OVER-understating the truth.
Once you say goodbye to one, you say goodbye to many. The world tells you, "To each their own!" I have a feeling one too many people actually have the same opinion because once you realize you don't need something in your life, then you begin to realize how many things could be removed altogether.
Life is about moments, brief and tiny moments that can fill our souls with peace or war. Can you imagine a world where you have no way to fight your emotions? A world where you have no control and are nothing but a victim of the circumstances. A world with no way out, where we are just roaming on a deep sea of feelings, memories, and past. It doesn't sound very comforting. Just the thought of you not controlling where you're going is enough to give you the chills. Imagine not being able to control what you think, how it affects you, or what you do about it. Does it sound hard?
Whilst listening to a Richard Feynman, the celebrated physicist, lecture this week I was struck by how confident and assertive he seemed. Yet, a lot of what I've read about Feynman suggests that he was quiet and introverted. Although he was one of the last century's great scientific minds, it wasn't his knowledge that gave him his confidence. He could communicate and challenge big questions with ferocious tenacity. In my opinion, one of the most essential elements of creative or design-thinking is courage—the courage to step out of what you know and assume and find a new understanding of uncertainty. Courage is one of the critical elements of both confidence and creativity.
We have all grown up hearing that our decisions should be made considering what society thinks of us. To put it simply we are fed with a mindset to put society’s image of us before our real self.
There once was a lovely old lady, and upon her husband's passing, a close friend had given her two parrots so she would have companions to get her through each day. Excited about her new friends, the old lady enlisted the help of a man to design and carry out the construction of an aviary for her magnificent birds.