Before I write I sit Before I write I breathe Before I write I close the world Before I write I open the mind Before I write I wait Before I write I sense Before I write I ask Before I write I clear. ©️A. Garden, Dec. 2018
Psychological negativity which is information no longer necessary (or not able to be “digested”) for the individual must be released using only a specially designated device (in the same way we all use only the toilet for digestive elimination). Because psychological negativity is comprised mainly of words and thoughts, that device may very well be … Continue reading Just an idea for IT creators
Unpacking life is never a pretty sight. I am taking this task now because it is necessary. There is no moving forward with a heavy load of junk. So far the ugly heads of hyper-positivity, (to cover for fear of conflict, inability to express anger or frustration), disease to please (need of approval, avoiding conflict, … Continue reading Unpacking life, a long overdue task
The difference between fighting a war and playing a game is calm mind and compassionate heart. Andreea Garden, June 2017
There are only two states of being: open (love) or closed (hate). Love is flow, hate is obstruction. Knowing yourself means knowing how to get yourself open at will, anytime, anyplace, in any circumstance. The pinacle of personal development is knowing how to make yourself happy regardless. Andreea Garden, June 2017
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Hm. Never understood what was the big idea regarding a certain age. Approaching 40. Life appears to request ... uhm ... clean restoration, freshness. Work space: inner (soul). Means: art, music, poetry, dance, nature, silent contemplation. Aim: psychological repair. Location: current (Sibiu).
School for me was a nice place to go and listen to stories, even chemistry and physics and math too, each algorithm a strange story with unexpected end (and a quite dubious purpose). I had a good memory and sharp listening skills so it was simple to get good grades by simply reproducing the stories … Continue reading Teachers, let kids learn they can think! or a simple approach to improving education