You can control your experience of time and You can live without limitations.
“If we can bring ourselves through from a busy life, through a practice into an Alpha state, more relaxed; into a Theta state, more meditative; not falling asleep and going to a Delta state; we can move in and possibly have the wonderful gift, the experience of Gamma. And the combination of all of those I think is what we think of when we think of flow.”
Living without limitations is more around personal limitations. When you think about it, the only thing
that stops us from climbing the mountain, writing the book, starting the nonprofit,
devoting ourselves, and jumping in, is our own self-imposed limitations.
I am unlimited with my view of the world, which comes from essentially a place of goodness, I’m hoping I do think of myself that way. I think most people if they come to their lives from this place of goodness if they are then unlimited in their own minds from not doing the thing that they would like to do, but thought that they just don’t have enough time. They don’t have enough of this, they don’t have enough that. If we all didn’t do that, and we all really did the things that we wanted to do again from a place of goodness we’re assuming that, I think the world would be a much different place. This book is about that through the lens of time.
The state of flow, is the self-surpassing unlimited feeling of unity and moving beyond our limitations. It is common in human beings, and very common in sports. It is outlined as flow in the zone. What I wanted to know was when we apply that through the lens of time to our own lives, can we enter that state at will Can we do things to develop that as a practice? Can we develop our own self so that it happens more freely, because when it does that unlimited nature, unlimiting of ourselves happens more frequently and we become more. We live lives without limitations.
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