During these past 7 months I have suffered, cried and questioned myself more deeply than I ever thought was possible. I understand that challenging times of hardship are lessons and opportunities to evolve into our intended higher selves but holy shit has it been HARD.
Forgiveness is something that often takes years, with lots of nuance and grey areas, of which nothing can ever be black or white. Forgiveness is the art of giving someone another chance, allowing them to prove themselves again and letting go of the hurt they caused. We do it routinely in our daily lives, some transgressions require minor levels of forgiveness others more. Forgiveness means bypassing our emotional responses and judgement for a moment.
So recently there has been Ted talks that focused on the idea of pedophilia being normal or looked at as the same as being gay. Of course parents and those of us who aren't pedophiles can see why this will never happen or at least shouldn't happen. I will warn you now this may be a little on the ramble side.
Two years ago I was in the fortunate situation to attend a two-day intensive seminar form Jürgen Höller, called the Power Days 2018. The highlight of these 10.000 people event was a keynote by one of my idols Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the following, I’m going to share my main takeaways with you …
Energy drain as the days pass. Conforming into the old ways of ordinary. Bored out my mind or just cruising through, The theory of nostalgia is what helps me through. The power of silence & being alone becomes eminent. The reality of silence is placed while the doors of the world are opened. As shops & establishments open my door closes.