Friday, January 26, 2007

From an individual to a critical number

The last two weeks I’ve been receiving some really cool letters from a dear friend of mine, traveling in Australia. He has been making some incredible changes in his life… his travel to truly connect with himself, to understand his true essence has opened up really valuable thoughts about holistic individuals and their contribution to a “different” world order… towards holistic economy… It just reconfirms my thoughts that only those that are truly themselves can resonate freely with the essence of others and build a long-term sustainable growth for the benefit of all shareholders… It always starts and ends at an individual…. And the challenge of innovative society is to reach the critical number of those individuals who are truly wiling to start their personal transformation and progress towards an holistic individual …

7 comments:

j. said...

I totally agree with you. IMHO the main obstacle to reach the critical mass is the difficulty to “upgrade”. I don’t know if there could be an easy way to improve and become “smarter” or “enlighted”. Everything I do to change myself is connected with hard work. And hard work is not an option masses willingly choose…

Violeta said...

Yet… there is no easy way… teh butterfly is just a result of a long process that hardly anybody associates with the final beauty, yet absolutelly neccessary and crucial for the final essence…

j. said...

It took millions of years for genes to evolve. Could there be a way to preprogram brains, so people would naturally born as “developed personalities”? Animals can learn to walk in minutes. So the mechanism should be there. And maybe we already are preprogrammed - but for some other purposes… and we have to somehow reset ourselves first to really become developed personalities…

Violeta said...

there might be a reason for a longer development span… maybe emotions just need more time to evolve… because they are based on experience… we see so many people now a days that are at thir age od 45 physicaly well developed, well educated. Yet, they are on a level of 12 year old in emotions, spiritualy… well they might not be even born…

j. said...

How does a life of 45y old, physically well developed, well educated married “somebody” look like? Working day - morning wake up, work till evening, come home, watch TV, talk to family. He has a good paid job and knows he is a part of “high society”. He feels success around him… his car, his big plasma TV, swimming pool in the garden, and all the new gadgets make hem feel good… He doesn’t feel the need to take time to think, read a book… life’s too short for that kind of things… we want to live it on fast forward, we want to skip parts we don’t like… it may only be a coincidence to stumble upon another dimension in life… where emotions, spirituality and unconscious mind play a major role… but when you stumble upon it it may be no way back… it’s like taking the red pill… there’s an interesting article on blue and red pills -> http://www.deliriumsrealm.com/delirium/articleview.asp?Post=69

Violeta said...

cool article…. the third option might be the one touched at the end of teh article… just be yourself… no artificial impulses needed… go with the sream of your own path, create it, chage it and injoy in the beauty of your essence… we could see our inner beauty and travel more often (at least look at it) and our inspiration would be so much higher, more free, deeper…

Anonymous said...

to know what Jin and Jang is all about… but still preserve the scientific method…