Karina García

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The way of life, how to walk it?

To live the way there to experience it with an open mind, curious and innocent. A mind that is always willing to relearn everything and be surprised each time. Wanting to live life from the mind limit his magic.

Recognizing the possibility of your being is more than your ideas, thoughts and beliefs.

I know we are human, have emotions every day feel different things, sometimes happy, sometimes anxiety, despair, sadness, pain, etc.. But the important thing is not to cling to any emotion, are passing clouds, take them and learning experience and let them go. The way is inside, the outside will be like having to be, what our role is to do shine the light of our soul.

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    Aug 23 2011: Hi Karina Garcia
    This quote from "New Self, New World" might be one way to understand how to take steps forward on the path. 

    As the present is discovered, so too is the self; and once the present is felt as a whole, so too is the self. Everything else is a form of endarkenment. 

    Shared on August 21st, 2011 from Kindle 
    Note: The trick is to stay open to the unknown moment by moment. Fascinating. 

    Mark
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    Aug 19 2011: Hi Karina Garcia
    Try http://www.philipshepherd.com/ for a sense of what I am talking about. We have a precarious situation on this planet in the coming century.

    Also, the Internet is quickly changing how we operate as groups—how and how well we collaborate. Clay Shirky can give a sense of this too. He’s at http://www.shirky.com/ and on TED at http://www.ted.com/talks/clay_shirky_how_cognitive_surplus_will_change_the_world.html as well.

    We humans…
    We are looking for connections with a community, and sometimes that community can be huge. We are not very good predictors of our own happiness. We also are not extremely good at finding our potential, at least not most people. We also tend to live in our minds (plan, predict, plan, predict…), instead of through our sense of what we are in the moment.

    Who are you? What is your element, your thing, your essense? Find out and keep searching. Dig deep. As you answer this question, follow who you are. Be constructive. Keep the sense that you are a whole person, integral with one whole living planet. Compassion and empathy are needed. Giving through compassion and empathy builds your supply. Love yourself. It’s not egotistical, it’s healthy. Play. Play alone and in groups. Have fun. Share fun. Laugh. Make others laugh. Celebrate those moments when you are aware of your gifts. Share your celebration.

    How’s that? ☺
    Mark
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    Aug 16 2011: I double Sabins step by step thing and add another dimension ''dont have long-term road maps but be sure about where you are heading to.''
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    Aug 19 2011: Hi Karina Garcia
    Here is a reference from a resource I was using. Enjoy.
    New Self, New World: Recovering Our Senses in the Twenty-First Century 
    by Philip Shepherd

    People say that what we’re all seeking is a meaning for life. I don’t think that’s what we’re really seeking. I think that what we’re seeking is an experience of being alive, so that our life experiences on the purely physical plane will have resonances within our innermost being and reality.25 

    25   Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth (New York: Doubleday, 1988), p. 5 (emphasis mine). 


    Mark
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    Aug 17 2011: Hi Karina Garcia
    I think I may soon have some very good answers to your question. I have access to some information and hints about how to say it in a few sentences, but I won't do it here now. I will go back to my sources, rewrite some drafts of an answer, and then post here.

    "The possibility of your being" --That's a phrase that intrigues me. Are we talking about innovative potential? Is it creativity? Is it a noble freedom? I don't know if it is fair to rephrase the question as "How shall we walk the path of our lives that is as beneficial as possible for all?"

    The way may be a unification of inside AND outside. "Willing to relearn" --another interesting phrase.

    Mark
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    Aug 15 2011: Walk it one step at a time.
  • Aug 15 2011: learn The Law of Attraction