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How do we awaken the true desire that transforms the dream into reality?

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Biro Balan Gabor Feb 05, 2024
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We know that if we really want something, we can get it. But few know that what we really want is what we are doing now. Most of us believe that the true desire that makes things happen is the one on our lips. My question is: how can we awaken in us that true desire that can propel us towards anything.
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Harnessing a state of mind: Insights from Japanese culture.

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Marco Agudelo
Marco Agudelo Mar 08, 2024
In Japanese culture, various states of mind are valued and given specific names. Concepts such as kamae, mushin, fudoshin, and shinobu are highly regarded for their importance in achieving success. However, rather than delving into the specific meanings of these terms, this contribution emphasizes the significance of recognizing and nurturing our own state of mind. By understanding and harnessing the power of our mindset, we can propel ourselves towards specific experiences and accomplishments in life.
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic5 months ago
If we really want it, does the desire need awakening or do we need to overcome fear (of failure, commitment, hard work, inadequacy, ...) instead?
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