CHECK THIS OUT:⚡️ Imma break DOWN a BREAKTHROUGH👇🏼
❌ Lost and not sure where to start
❌ Smothered by expectations
❌ Tense and stressed over the little things
❌ Unable to focus on your goals
You’re not alone. So many women are struggling to regain their strength in the midst of a breakdown.
The #1 reason most women report difficulty implementing positive change into their life is they don’t have expert GUIDANCE to do so.
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TBM is a 90-day transformational coaching program that:
✅ Helps you define your purpose
✅ Guides you to regain your courage & strength
✅ Teaches you how to implement easy coping mechanisms that improve your mood INSTANTLY
✅ Shows you how to overcome the limiting beliefs that once held you back
✅ Provides a CLEAR understanding of how to leverage your breakDOWN 👉🏼 a breakTHROUGH
You’re probably wondering how I can make such WILD claims with such CERTAINTY.
It’s because I’ve been where you are. Heck, I WAS you.
👀Looking back, I wish I had the kind of expert guidance that TBM delivers…
So here’s the dealio:
The Breakthrough Method breaks down into FIVE STEPS:
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3️⃣ SCRIPTING. Step 3 dives deep into your “life scripts” that suppress your vitality & life force.
4️⃣ CLAIM YOUR POWER. This is where you learn tactical, easy-to-use coping & healing techniques to navigate stressors & worries in everyday life.
5️⃣ MANIFESTING WORKSHOP. The fifth & final step is where you use your newfound confidence, strength and courage to live the new life you’ve created for yourself.
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Please Read* 👇
You said I love you first
but I had been waiting
for what felt like
a thousand lifetimes
to hear those words
leave from your lips
only so I could say it back
quicker than my next breath
I don’t know how many times
I looked you
and felt my heart swell
bigger than the moon
I hadn’t fallen before
but I knew I was in love
and I was certain you were too. .
Oh them brown eyes. Just me being my own muse for the moment. Which is your favorite in this set? 1. Every rose has it's thorn 2. Kiss my duck face 3. The unexamined life is not worth living, or 4. The only time you might see me smile like that( I kinda hate my crooked smile but hey that's what you do right? Share the things you don't like about yourself haha) I need a new muse. #photography#tattoo#writer#tattoos#philosophy#rose#muse#poet
0 13 minutes ago
My long awaited anticipated project on the #brucelee deck of cards. One of my favorite human beings and quite an inspiration. This man worked so hard not only for his family but he believed in as well.
More then just the greatest martial artist known on this planet but an actor and philosopher. Enter the mind of #brucelee with this commemorative deck of cards.
These cards should never be used in play so its perfect for behind your bar or games room. Combine this frame with the #muhammadali edition and own 2 of the greatest fighters of all time.
We can always learn more, do more, become more than we are.
Mary Ann Evans (1819 – 1880) known by her pen-name George Eliot, was an English novelist, poet, journalist, translator, and one of the leading writers of the Victorian era.
She wrote seven novels, most of which are set in provincial England and known for their realism and psychological insight.
Although female authors were published under their own names during her lifetime, she wanted to escape the stereotype of women's writing being limited to lighthearted romances.
She also wanted to have her fiction judged separately from her already extensive and widely known work as an editor and critic.
Another factor in her use of a pen name may have been a desire to shield her private life from public scrutiny, thus avoiding the scandal that would have arisen because of her relationship with the married George Henry Lewes.
Readers in the Victorian era praised her novels for their depictions of rural society.
Much of the material for her prose was drawn from her own experience.
She shared with Wordsworth the belief that there was much value and beauty to be found in the mundane details of ordinary country life.
Aesthetics : The branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of art, taste, and the creation and appreciation of beauty.
In practice, aesthetic judgment refers to the sensory contemplation or appreciation of an object (not necessarily a work of art), while artistic judgment refers to the recognition, appreciation, or criticism of a work of art. #stottemagazine#art#beauty#aesthetic#photo#photography#aestheticpost#philosophy
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Can our friendships/relationships be transformational? I would argue they are our most poignant points of transformation. The question is how are you going to let them change you? Should they change you? If someone shows up as unreliable when you need them it's a gift. Thank them for reminding you or your own capability and strength. If someone shows up as critical and unsupportive, it's a gift. Thank them for making you find and see your own worth. Every pain and pleasure is a root or a seed to a gift you just have to train your brain to recognize and leave room for the overarching pattern and lesson. The only thing that is required of us is to be present in every moment, decide, breathe and embrace the next moment. Everything is just noise levels you have to adjust, turn off or amplify. You get to decide what to give your attention to, what to react to and what to allow in your head and heart space. Get out of the victim trap and embrace your life as it is, break the patterns that hurt and no longer serve you and allow growth. “The trouble with friends was that you couldn't get rid of them. There was no way to take back a friendship in the wake of betrayal or disappointment. The friendship, and everything that went with it, stayed. It just became unreliable, like an abandoned house; you still knew where all the rooms were, and which stairs creaked underfoot, but you had to check every floorboard for rot before trusting your weight to it.”
— Chris Moriarty
~ more common than we think. share the value! ✨
reference - Drouin, M., Miller, D., Wehle, S. M.J., Hernandez, E. (2016). Why do people lie online? “Because everyone lies on the internet”. Computers in Human Behavior, 64, 134-142.
2 28 minutes ago
Happy Birthday to One&Only Hannah Arendt, born on this day in 1906!
Every year (OK, not every single year! 😉), on her birthday, I rewatch a TV interview excerpt of which I am sharing now with you:
Interviewer: "Your work is to a significant degree connected with understanding the conditions under which political actions occur. Do you want to achieve extensive influence with these works?"
Hannah Arendt: "I'd say that the most important thing for me is to understand. For me, writing is part of this process of understanding. Writing is an integral part of the process of understanding.. If I had a really good memory and I was able to retain all my thoughts, I doubt I'd have written anything at all. I know my own laziness...What is important to me is the thought process itself. As long as I manage to think something through, I'm satisfied. If I manage to express my thought process adequately in writing, that also satisfies me.
You ask about the effect my work has on others. If I may speak ironically, that's a masculine question. Men always want to be influential. I see that somewhat as an onlooker. Do I see myself as influential? No, I want to understand. If others understand in the same way I've understood, that gives me a sense of satisfaction, like being among equals."
Hannah Arendt "Zur Person" Full Interview (with English subtitles), available on You Tube
0 28 minutes ago
“That breath you just took... that’s a gift.”
Life is really not a linear Journey. Many paths lead to the same goal but not every goal is something worth seeking for. We are literally the most sophisticated being on this planet but our vision of ourselves is strongly limited and hindered. We reduce ourselves to our past and she is literally who we think we are, our identity and history, our pride and shame.
To often, however, do we forget about our yet undefined future self which is really abundant with possibilities and potential. Rather than defining ourselves a new, establishing new habits while working to let go of old and destructive habits we tend to hold tightly to our past self and so felt Identity. Social circles and the expectations and emotions of other individuals often encourage this phenomena. Where being alone is felt as loneliness and boredom, there is absent a higher vision of life and contentment with oneself.
In being alone we are able to find to ourselves, not being immersed in external things or persons and their feelings and wishes we fell free to work on our own feelings and wishes as human beings. Our energy is then with us and in us. So often in life do we traverse the path of others. Authorities tell us to behave so and not so. Idols portray a certain lifestyle which we aim to imitate in order to also get hold of the bliss we saw them bath in via Instagram or w.e.. However, a portrait is not the real thing and should never be mistaken to be that. Otherwise you will generate suffering for yourself as a wholsitic being by not being able to correspond to a certain limited image.
In increasing awareness we realize our attachments and tendencies, hindrances and visions, our ignorance and delusion. Not seldom will we become horrified and sorrowful, pitying and denying ourselves. This is all good, just move on, take a new course after you have finished condemning the badness of the old one. The only thing that matters is that you see it and change eventually.
You don't need a million-dollar horse.
You don't need the newest most expensive, state-of-the-art-equipment.
You don't have to ride at the fanciest stables.
Because if you truly love horses, none of that will matter.
Though those things are nice, the bond between you and your horse, is worth more than anything money can buy 🐴 #trueriderbrand#truerider#philosophy#horsepassion
✨Why is there so much suffering on earth?✨ We suffer because we think we exist separately, apart from all other beings. “As we attain a panoramic view point do we come to realize that it was part of the perfection of life that we should become bound by the limitations of our lower nature for a long while before we could accept the message of the all pervading intelligence. We regressed time and time again before we were ready to embrace the truth of ultimate unity.”
0 617 minutes ago
🤔Enraptured by contemplation during our writing prompt talks🤔
After sunrise yoga we spend an hour or so going over the day's writing prompt to discuss our beliefs on several thought provoking topics.
As you can see the topic for that day was so captivating, my beard got a full hand stroke 😂
@mr.chiroyoga and I are leading the next #vishvshanti retreat in 2020. Check out my website for more details. Link is in bio!
Millions of people never analyze themselves. Mentally they are mechanical products of the factory of their environment, preoccupied with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, working and sleeping, and going here and there to be entertained. They don’t know what or why they are seeking, nor why they never realize complete happiness and lasting satisfaction. By evading self-analysis, people go on being robots, conditioned by their environment. True self-analysis is the greatest art of progress. ~Paramahansa Yogananda
1 319 minutes ago
Communication is like the game of tennis. If you serve the ball at 125mph, it will come back to you at 125mph, with and spin and a curve. A.J. Herald
Hypatia (born c. 350–370; died 415 AD) was a Hellenistic Neoplatonist philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician, who lived in Alexandria, Egypt, then part of the Eastern Roman Empire.
She was a prominent thinker of the Neoplatonic school in Alexandria where she taught philosophy and astronomy and is the first female mathematician whose life is reasonably well recorded.
Hypatia was the daughter of the mathematician Theon of Alexandria. Nothing is known about Hypatia's mother, who is never mentioned in any of the extant sources. According to a description of Hypatia from the lost work 'Life of Isidore' by the Neoplatonist historian Damascius (c. 458 – c. 538), preserved in the entry for her in the Suda, a tenth century Byzantine encyclopedia, Hypatia flourished during the reign of Arcadius.
The Alexandrian school was renowned at the time for its philosophy and Alexandria was regarded as second only to Athens as the philosophical capital of the Greco-Roman world. Hypatia taught students from all over the Mediterranean. According to Damascius, she lectured on the writings of Plato and Aristotle. He also states that she walked through Alexandria in a tribon, a kind of cloak associated with philosophers, giving impromptu public lectures.
. (To be continued)
#selfcare Wie gehen wir mit Enttäuschung um? Wenn wir wieder und wieder enttäuscht werden von Menschen die uns am Herzen liegen ist das hart 😏. Wenn wir das Gefühl haben nur noch zu geben und nichts zurück zu bekommen beziehungsweise den Eindruck haben der andere will nicht's. Ich bin an solchen Situationen früher zerbrochen, habe immer die Schuld bei mir gesucht und mir wieder mal selbst " Wertlosigkeit" bescheinigt. Ich habe gemerkt ja es schmerzt auch heute noch aber ich weiß das es nicht's mit mir als Person zu tun hat. Wie jemand uns behandelt, mit uns redet zeugt von der Innenwelt des jenigen. Wir können es nicht ändern 🤷♀️ Ich habe für mich gelernt in solchen Situationen ruhig zu bleiben mir zu liebe, toben, schreien, selbst oder andere hassen, Gott und die Welt verfluchen, bringt alles nüscht. Ich bin selbstsicher und ehrlich genug zu mir selbst um auszumachen ob ich einen Fehler begangen habe der ein bestimmtes Verhalten rechtfertigt. Ich habe außerdem gelernt das es keinen Sinn macht krampfhaft an Beziehungen festzuhalten die nur von einer Seite genährt werden. #philosophy#acceptance#journaling#think#mondaymood#deeptalk#lifeisnow#destroy#buddhism#authenticity#integrity#meditation#love#mantra
I think I fell in love with her, a little bit. Isn’t that dumb? But it was like I knew her. Like she was my oldest, dearest friend. The kind of person you can tell anything to, no matter how bad, and they’ll still love you, because they know you. I wanted to go with her. I wanted her to notice me. And then she stopped walking. Under the moon, she stopped. And looked at us. She looked at me. Maybe she was trying to tell me something; I don’t know. She probably didn’t even know I was there. But I’ll always love her. All my life. 👣 | #TheFellow :/ ( If anyone Uses this portrait do tag me, because it is an art work that was drawn with so much effort) Yikes :)
1 824 minutes ago
Für alle jungebliebenden Hüpfer (so, wie wir es sind!) hier unser allmontägliches humoristisches Bildchen, adressiert an Nutzer des Massenmediums Internet. Lol.