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  • "As I walked out the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn't leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I'd still be in prison."
    Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
    guru1000
    guru1000
    LYD, when I enter novel ventures or negotiations, I willfully embrace a fail. I will sell myself, my company, my product fervorously and with extreme passion, but also embrace the prospect's rejection. This allows me to operate without restriction (i.e. without fear, anxiety, hesitance, uncertainty) in my delivery as my performance is no longer on "trial."

    This is how true outcome independence manifests.
    LiveYourDream
    LiveYourDream
    @guru1000--I appreciate your example. Thank you for that. Yesterday, when I read your initial response, "Knowing I could have done a little better because I had failed to try my absolute best." My own popped inside myself as, Knowing (believing) I could have loved more....
    J
    JohnChops
    appreciate the advice. time to put it to good use now.
    "The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new."--Socrates
    One by one, finishing incomplete projects on my plate. Freeing myself fully, in all ways, to soar into life's next great adventure.
    Time to recalibrate myself and my life, so that who I am being and the life I am living align with my highest values and life intentions.
    LiveYourDream
    LiveYourDream
    Actions over words. Time to re-adjust the investments of my time and energy (and other resources), to best support my greatest intentions.
    LiveYourDream
    LiveYourDream
    Amongst the many changes I desire, I am aware that I want (as a woman) to be even more loving, soft and feminine.
    "Reveal a man's perspective on woman and reveal his perspective on life."--Pook
    Desdinova
    Desdinova
    I see you're enjoying the writings of Pook.
    Asmodeus
    Asmodeus
    You are likely the only woman who has read the Book of Pook that I have heard of... I stumbled across his work by accident when reviewing a bunch of philosophical works. I would say that his work is not as much about dating/PUA as it is about life and philosophy. He had some interesting ideas...
    Dear LYD: Men don't want/need you to be like them.The world doesn't need masculine women. Let go. Love+Embrace+Embody your feminine essence.
    Asmodeus
    Asmodeus
    Gender is something that is more than just a "social construct", men and women are different on fundamental levels. That is not a bad thing, rather they make men and women unique. Many women now believe that they must embody masculine traits instead of embracing the positive aspects of femininity. But yes, men want a feminine woman, and women want a masculine man. This is nature, it is biology and it is destiny.
    LiveYourDream
    LiveYourDream
    I wrote this recently..."It is the gift of the truly embodied masculine essence that invites and allows the feminine essence to reveal itself fully. I believe deeply experiencing and exploring, the dance, the play, the rapture, of the embodied polarities, of the truly masculine essence with the truly feminine essence, is amongst the deepest desires held by all, along with the desire to love and be loved."
    "Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."--Ghandi
    CuddleJunkie
    CuddleJunkie
    Sure, congruency is important to happiness, but only if you are high-value. If you think you are a piece of ****, you talk like a piece of ****, and you behave like a piece of ****; you will be congruent, but you won't be happy. lol
    “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution...." --Aristotle
    LiveYourDream
    LiveYourDream
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    “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives - choice, not chance, determines your destiny.”― Aristotle
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