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Becoming a force – The end state

A force is someone who lives in alignment with who they are. By this, I mean they know their likes, dislikes, and the problems they truly care about solving. A force honors this self-knowledge and uses this information to guide their decisions and actions. A force doesn’t abandon this self-knowledge when expectations from the world …

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What are beliefs and why do we have them?

We use beliefs to process stimuli we encounter through our senses, such as our eyes, ears, mouth, brain, etc . Stimulus examples: physical and non-physical objects like people, yourself, thoughts, ideas, events, memories, places, words, impulses, and emotions Beliefs are our brain’s way of making sense of and navigating our complex world. They are mental …

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June 5 – June 11 Recap: Notable Answers to questions and shared perspectives from me

This post contains questions I’ve answered and perspectives I’ve shared during the week of June 5- June 11. Some of my responses are short while others are more detailed and contain more back and forth engagements.

Topics: Some beliefs that fuel loneliness and the fear of being alone, being a contrarian thinker, risks of relying on lust & attraction for non-platonic relationships

Why it may be wise to be skeptical of people who claim to have all the answers

Concepts discussed: Dr. Yeomans is a psychiatrist that in the video below provides a perspective of why people join or follow narcissistic cultures and individuals. The video also speaks to the challenges one faces when leaving such structures. A lot of the video revolves around belief systems which makes sense if you’ve ever observed how …

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A reason why people don’t take advice from you/others and suggestions for fixing that

Concepts discussed in this post: self-trust Terms used: Instagram video The psychologist in the below instagram video describes what I’d call the “let me help you” behavioral pattern of trying to course correct–typically with positive intent–someone engaging in some kind of pursuit or activity without their consent. Advice givers who have past experience with the …

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