decisions of our past are the architects of our present.” D. Brown: Inferno.
Have you ever seen the skies draw apart revealing the image you longed to see? Your own oasis in the desert; Your very
personal mirror image.
What do you see?
Have you ever felt sure on what your mission in life will be? Don`t panic if you haven`t. I`m not certain these experiences are classified under “normal” anyway. I`ll confess I`ve had several strange insights and thoughts through life, often after waking up after my eyes have fluttered from side to side in their world of dreams
After working with EMDR, insights happen even more frequently then before, like a thousand blaring lightbulbs. Sometimes it`s hard to follow my train of thought and ideas, but the most important message is that we still like each other and want to understand even the most confusing things in life. I have learnt so much from these people. For example I`ve realized that sometimes I have to draw my breath and let the ideas I present settle, or I`ll just confuse people even more. I have also tried to learn the art of grounding, and most of the time I manage to live without floating too far from the earth.
The curious people around me know I`ve been working on something important (to me) the last weeks.
|What`s in the picture?
True enough, I have put energy into this, but it doesn`t mean that I`ll poured over books too heavy to lift. I`ve lived my life to the fullest while letting my (surprisingly clever) brain do its magic consciously or unconsciously, requiring some practical work every now and then.
Not everyone knows, however, that I`ve actually worked for months on what will I`ll reveal as my New Mission in Life tomorrow.
I`ve asked myself the same question countless times: Why is life so short? But until I figure that one out, let me continue with what I`ll learnt so far:
“Nothing is more creative… nor destructive.. than a brilliant mind with a purpose.”
“Denial is a critical part of the human coping mechanism. Without it, we would all wake up terrified every morning about all the ways we could die. Instead, our minds block out our existential fears by focusing on stresses we can handle—like getting to work on time or paying
(I am fond of his books, but not denial)
“I’m a fan of the truth… even if it’s painfully hard to accept.” — Dan Brown
I also have some bad news that might frustrate some: From tomorrow I`ll password-protect this blog. Some might think “Oh lord! I`ve been waiting for this “revelation” for WEEKS now, and this is what I`ll get in return?”
If this described your thoughts, I do apologize. I can only assure you that we`ll all get our cherries in the end.
Of course, you can shorten the waiting time by writing an email (email@example.com) and the password is yours to keep.
I won`t say much more now; Some might even have an inkling what my new project will be (I have belief in the fearless conscious and unconscious mind) and tomorrow you`ll know for sure. Until then, we all make our small steps that sooner or later will alter the future of humanity.
“consider this. It took the earth’s population thousand of years-from the early dawn of man all the way to the early 1800s-to reach one billion people.
Then astoundingly, it took only about a hundred years to double the population to two billion in the 1920s. After that, it took a mere fifty years for the population to double again to four billion in the 1970s. As you can imagine, we’re well on track to reach eight billion very soon.
Just today, the human race added another quarter-billion people to planet Earth. A quarter million. And this happens ever day-rain or shine. Currently every year we are adding the equivalent of the entire country of Germany.” — Dan Brown
The man who set all this in motion with his theory
I`m not sure I believe in coincidences anymore, especially not after I saw the theme for the weeks DPChallenge. The sound of .. has been my theme, so it feels like faith that the weekly challenge is also my personal challenge in the years to come.