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    If you were always surrounded by the lowest common denominator and now you may have a break through the light, will you take it?

    If you are used to spend your life in a dull routine and now comes a new energy that makes your stomach goes wooooh.. is it not better to stay with the devil you know? when a new, strange and scary opportunity comes along and want to swoop you away, will you surrender?

    And if in the past you did 'surrender' and flew high to the sky only to completely crash when the adventure was over, remaining bruised and broken for many years, what will you decide this time?

    Life can be an adventure or it can remain in a small, safe and secure place. Which one would you prefer from the two - an adventure whose end is unknown or a quiet, monotonous but safe cruise.

    Will you dare to fly?





    Very interested to hear your point of views ~


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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    I say:
    Stay open to both options, but be a prisoner of none.

    When you feel like a moment of comfort in safety, then do so and when you feel strong and balanced.... fly to new adventures.

    The problems begin when one doesn't feel free or capabable to experience both.
    Emotional scars or rational convictions that keeps one to seek refuge in safety or adventures is what binds us to a prison situation.

    So..... heal yourself of emotional trauma and clear the belief structure so you can live in freedom and experience both without being a bound to one of them.


    working on it
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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    Quote Posted by Wakytweaky (here)
    I say:
    Stay open to both options.

    When you feel like a moment of comfort in safety, then do so and when you feel strong and balanced.... fly to new adventures.

    The problems begin when one doesn't feel free or capabable to experience both.
    Emotional scars or rational convictions that keeps one to seek refuge in safety or adventures is what binds us to a prison situation.

    So..... heal yourself of emotional trauma and clear the belief structure so you can live in freedom and experience both without being a bound to one of them.


    working on it
    Wonderful answer, Wakytweaky. was it so obvious that I was partly reffering to me? I do a rotten job in masquerading ; )

    Sometimes you can't do both, sometimes you need to chose. Clearing belief structures sounds right somehow. Thank you,

    And what would it be for you? I really meant that I would like to hear your point of view about yourself


    p.s

    Oh, I see you added ' working on it'. well, it is a 'work in progress' for both of us then
    Last edited by Limor Wolf; 26th February 2013 at 14:34.

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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    Anyone who dares to fly, who dares to be free, must at some point make that great leap of faith. By doing so, they also demonstrate the path to others.


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    This is life in a nut shell. It comes with bumps and bruises. Life has many experiences exhilarating and debilitating, yet all are there to learn from and embrace. Each individual has set up their own limitations. For some flying may mean jumping out of a plane, or climbing a mountain. For other's it is the courage to walk out of the front door. Living and trying to expand the circle of comfort through understanding and compassion with oneself is the unlimited key.

    Small steps, large steps, sideways steps... all are significant. We can take the lessons of the past with us, however, there is no need to stare into the past forever and become enveloped by it. It has it's place, just like your tooth brush. You make pick it up daily and examine it, but there is no need to brush all day long. (Eventually you may wear out your teeth and have other issues to deal with )

    Courage comes in many forms, no matter how small the step, the courage to be here now and live can be a challenge. But what else is there to do then accept the challenges and continue on, moving forward, creating motion. No matter how small, motion is attained.

    From the Heart,
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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    No matter what choice i might be leaning to i can always expect a little Greek chorus on my shoulder to say: dismiss the other voice at your peril!



    Nah, I now live with what I choose in the moment. It is where I am meant to be. Whatever the reason, let it flow, let it flow, let it go.

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    Quote Posted by Fred Steeves (here)
    Anyone who dares to fly, who dares to be free, must at some point make that great leap of faith. By doing so, they also demonstrate the path to others.
    And do we always fly? Do we always stay on the path? what is the path? and what if a crash landing is an equal possibility in taking those high energies for a ride only to come back to the same lower beginning point?

    No need to answer all that, Fred, just thinking aloud

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    Quote Originally posted by Kristin: " For some flying may mean jumping out of a plane, or climbing a mountain. For other's it is the courage to walk out of the front door. Living and trying to expand the circle of comfort through understanding and compassion with oneself is the unlimited key"
    Thank you for that, Kristin. Very wise words.

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    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    Quote Posted by Fred Steeves (here)
    Anyone who dares to fly, who dares to be free, must at some point make that great leap of faith. By doing so, they also demonstrate the path to others.
    And do we always fly? Do we always stay on the path? what is the path? and what if a crash landing is an equal possibility in taking those high energies for a ride only to come back to the same lower beginning point?

    No need to answer all that, Fred, just thinking aloud
    I note that you are still here to talk about it ... perhaps this is about fear and also about technique. Look for what worked, what you learned, and take that with you the next time you go for another journey. Yet, create (and we are all capable of this) the structure you need and the rules of the journey.

    From the Heart,
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    Quote Posted by Fred Steeves (here)
    Anyone who dares to fly, who dares to be free, must at some point make that great leap of faith. By doing so, they also demonstrate the path to others.
    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    And do we always fly?
    No.

    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    Do we always stay on the path?
    No.

    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    what is the path?
    The way home.

    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    and what if a crash landing is an equal possibility in taking those high energies for a ride only to come back to the same lower beginning point?
    Only one way to find out for sure, huh?

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    Well well well Limor,
    A year and a half ago, I was in the same predicament you are right now, having a crap job that did not challenged me anymore with a very "robotised" life (being a commuter in the UK).
    One day, something happen in my heart, it was a fraction of a second...and I knew IT IS TIME!
    The following day I presented my resignation and I literally flew, as I relocated in West Africa.

    I never looked back, as I knew it was the right thing for me.
    And if I ever crash with my adventure, I will see it not as a crash, but as a lesson to be learned and continue to move forward...there are many beautiful things there for us to explore, or to learn or to teach, etc.

    My father always told me "semper avanti" which is the italian for "always forward". I have carried this advice my whole life and it has served me very well until today!


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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    Hey Limor,

    Is the crash going to kill you or do you any irreversible harm?

    If the answer is no, then go for it.

    We have to take risks to fully enjoy life.

    Cheers,

    Raf.

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    Default Re: Dare To Fly

    Quote Posted by Limor (here)
    Quote Posted by Wakytweaky (here)
    I say:
    Stay open to both options.

    When you feel like a moment of comfort in safety, then do so and when you feel strong and balanced.... fly to new adventures.

    The problems begin when one doesn't feel free or capabable to experience both.
    Emotional scars or rational convictions that keeps one to seek refuge in safety or adventures is what binds us to a prison situation.

    So..... heal yourself of emotional trauma and clear the belief structure so you can live in freedom and experience both without being a bound to one of them.


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    Wonderful answer, Wakytweaky. was it so obvious that I was partly reffering to me? I do a rotten job in masquerading ; )

    Sometimes you can't do both, sometimes you need to chose. Clearing belief structures sounds right somehow. Thank you,

    And what would it be for you? I really meant that I would like to hear your point of view about yourself


    p.s

    Oh, I see you added ' working on it'. well, it is a 'work in progress' for both of us then
    I must admit that I have read posts of you where you point vaguely at some difficulties in the past, but I was referring to a general public.
    Ah I did a lousy job then eh? LOL

    It's true though. There are many people who seek a life of safety and the avoidance of risks because of wounds and false beliefs, but people who live an adventurous life most often have issues where they are terrified of the dolldrums, which is not freedom also.

    To be truely free, one needs to give up al identification with the self.
    There is no other way.
    Only then can we fly in freedom.

    For myself.
    I have been affraid of living in the light for most part of my life.
    Many factors played a part in that, like the church that we where part of when I as a kid, overidentification with the body an others.
    Just this last year I have begun to re discover the other part of life and started to take risks again and live in the light.

    There are moments or days that I feel small or wounded though and I have learned to not fight that anymore.
    Take the time to take it easy and seek healing.

    Don't we all want to fly when push comes to shove? (except for my parents in law maybe )

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    Im definitely saying go for it !
    There is always opportunities for growth, whether flying fearless or crashing.
    Even crashing has its blessings, I know, because I have crashed many times but I keep getting back up.

    Need a co-pilot? lol

    Bless,

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    Quote Posted by vje2 (here)
    Well well well Limor,
    A year and a half ago, I was in the same predicament you are right now, having a crap job that did not challenged me anymore with a very "robotised" life (being a commuter in the UK).
    One day, something happen in my heart, it was a fraction of a second...and I knew IT IS TIME!
    The following day I presented my resignation and I literally flew, as I relocated in West Africa.

    I never looked back, as I knew it was the right thing for me.
    And if I ever crash with my adventure, I will see it not as a crash, but as a lesson to be learned and continue to move forward...there are many beautiful things there for us to explore, or to learn or to teach, etc.

    My father always told me "semper avanti" which is the italian for "always forward". I have carried this advice my whole life and it has served me very well until today!

    Welcome to Avalon vje2 ~ I always value those who can go with a light baggage, throw everything that is not in use to them anymore and only look for the horizon. I always see variables as in quantum physics, meaning the outcome is not set and there are many factors that can have an impact. well done for you going after your heart! you went for the change. the same as you I have left my job for the same reasons and I feel something coming now that may in potential transform my future, I welcome this with open heart, but I am still aware that a can of worms can be open and arise to the surface in order for this change to really take place.

    I noticed things always tend to sound better in Italian, and your father's advice has its merits, so I will see if I can follow the rules that were formed by italians - "Avanti popolo"
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    Quote Posted by 4evrneo (here)
    Im definitely saying go for it !
    There is always opportunities for growth, whether flying fearless or crashing.
    Even crashing has its blessings, I know, because I have crashed many times but I keep getting back up.
    I know, Annette, you are a brave lady, and did it make you more strong or more weak?

    Quote "Need a co-pilot? lol"
    Need a navigator


    Wakytweaky, Thank you for your balanced responses. what I take from your words (whether you meant it or not) is to limit the altitude. and I just might take this route, fly over the roof tops but not soar into the high sky

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    What brilliant responses.

    Would you go at break neck speeds round a blind bend? The inexperienced or the more courageous might but I would suggest most of us wouldn't.
    I also think if you've made poor choices in the past (I have plenty ) it can make one more reluctant in the future. But those past experiences, right or wrong make you the person you are today. Reflect on the past, learn by the past but try not to stay in the past.
    I feel a song coming on " regrets I've had a few, but I did it my way".
    The only thing I would add is I wouldn't want to end up at the pearly gates or shinny and new, a few bumps and scrapes along the way is fine by me.

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    [QUOTE=Limor;641225]
    Quote Posted by 4evrneo (here)
    Im definitely saying go for it !
    There is always opportunities for growth, whether flying fearless or crashing.
    Even crashing has its blessings, I know, because I have crashed many times but I keep getting back up.
    I know, Annette, you are a brave lady, and did it make you more strong or more weak?


    It has made me more strong for sure, in so many ways. It has been a ride and still is but I dont crash anymore, my heart is finally my navigator in life and it never steers me wrong.

    Quote "Need a co-pilot? lol"
    Need a navigator

    You already have one,
    follow your heart <3 and the journey will bear much fruit.

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    As synchronicity would have it, an old friend just reminded me of this old song via e-mail. I think it fits in nicely with this conversation. The video is stupid (LOL), but the song is not.

    My favorite line:

    "Pow! Right between the eyes
    Oh, how nature loves her little surprises"


    Sometimes I can't help the feeling that I'm
    Living a life of illusion
    And oh, why can't we let it be
    And see through the hole in this wall of confusion
    I just can't help the feeling I'm
    Living a life of illusion

    Pow! Right between the eyes
    Oh, how nature loves her little surprises
    Wow! It all seems so logical now
    It's just one of her better disguises
    And it comes with no warning
    Nature loves her little surprises
    Continual crisis

    Hey, don't you know it's a waste of your day
    Caught up in endless solutions
    That have no meaning, just another hunch
    Based upon jumping conclusions
    Caught up in endless solutions
    Backed up against a wall of confusion
    Living a life of illusion

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