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Vulnerable sharing leading to breakthroughs. I am sharing with the world the lessons I've learned from this amazing journey called life.

Davidson Hang Reflections and Lessons from a life worth living Davidson Hang

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Vulnerable sharing leading to breakthroughs. I am sharing with the world the lessons I've learned from this amazing journey called life.

    Episode 49: Davidson Hang Reflections on A life Worth Living- Takeaways from a truly profound book.

    Episode 49: Davidson Hang Reflections on A life Worth Living- Takeaways from a truly profound book.

    These are some of the passages from Conversations with God book 3 that resonated with me.
    Let me know if any of these resonate with you too.
    "They see a health-care system that is really a diseasecare system, spending one-tenth of its resources on preventing disease, and nine-tenths on managing it, and deny that profit motive is what stops any real progress on educating people in how to act and eat and live in a way which promotes good health." 
    "For what you resist, persists. Only what you hold can disappear." 
    “Right” and “wrong” are philosophical polarities in a human value system which have nothing to do with ultimate reality—a point which I have made repeatedly throughout this dialogue. They are, furthermore, not even constant constructs within your own system, but rather, values which keep shifting from time to time. You are doing the shifting, changing your mind about these values as it suits you" 
    "In truth, there is no such reality. There is only one moment, and that is the eternal moment of Now." 
    "Fear is that which you are not. Fear is False Evidence Appearing Real. Fear is the opposite of love, which you have created in your reality so that you may know experientially That Which You Are." 
    "This is the main difference between your culture—which is a “baby” culture, really; a primitive culture—and the highly evolved cultures of the universe. The most significant difference is that in highly evolved cultures, all sentient beings are clear that there is no separation between themselves and what you call “God.” They are also clear that there is no separation between themselves and others. They know that they are each having an individual experience of the whole." 
    "Their First Guiding Principle is: We Are All One." 
    "Yet right now one-fifth of the world's people are using four-fifths of the world's resources. And you show no signs of changing that equation. There is enough for everybody if you would stop thoughtlessly squandering all of it on the privileged few. If all people used resources wisely, you would use less than you do with a few people using them unwisely. Use the resources, but don't abuse the resources." 
    "As for communication, a HEB uses as his first level of communication the aspect of his being which you would call feelings. HEBs are aware of their feelings and the feelings of others, and no attempt is ever made by anyone to hide feelings."
    "If you decided that “we are all one,” you would cease treating each other the way you do. If you decided that “there's enough,” you would share everything with everyone. If you decided that “there's nothing we have to do,” you would stop trying to use “doingness” to solve your problems, but rather, move to, and come from, a state of being which would cause your experience of those “problems” to disappear, and the conditions themselves to thus evaporate." 
     

    • 9 min
    Episode 48:Davidson Hang Reflections on a Life Worth Living- Takeaways from Lewis Howe's Summit of Greatness in 2020

    Episode 48:Davidson Hang Reflections on a Life Worth Living- Takeaways from Lewis Howe's Summit of Greatness in 2020

    These are my top ten takeaways from the summit of greatness in 2020.
    1. How to build a community by adding value to everyone and serving the world
    2. Being of service and continue enriching the lives of your members
    3. Surround yourself with amazing people
    4. Live a life of gratitude, cherish the down moments because they will lead you to where you are right now
    5. Practice acknowledging people. Lewis is a master of acknowledgment, which is such a valuable skill the more people you impact in your life. Practice being with people and all of the different emotions that come up in life, especially during a pandemic.
    6. Play a bigger game- when you think you are reaching the outer limits of your comfort zone, think bigger. You will surprise yourself when you set bigger goals for yourself.
    7. Create a platform for others to share their stories. Humans love being able to hear stories and the bad ones are the most relatable.
    8. His friendship with Jay Shetty touched my heart. They really do care about each other you see it in their interactions.
    9. Rolling with the punches despite all of the technical difficulties, he can still create and not make it mean anything about himself and move forward.
    10. Having fun in the process- what's success if you aren't laughing and smiling during the way up.

    • 6 min
    Episode 47: Davidson Hang Reflections Labor Day weekend

    Episode 47: Davidson Hang Reflections Labor Day weekend

    It feels so nice to unwind and recharge. I hope you all take this time to relax and take care of yourself. Happy long weekend! 

    • 4 min
    Episode 46:Davidson Hang Reflections August 29, 2020

    Episode 46:Davidson Hang Reflections August 29, 2020

    What a month! Having a great month work-wise, with buying a house, moving out of NYC, and planning the wedding in October. It's going to be a busy year for me. 

    • 2 min
    Episode 45: Davidson Hang Reflections August 17, 2020

    Episode 45: Davidson Hang Reflections August 17, 2020

    Takeaways, gratitude, practice and reflections on an interesting year for sure. 

    • 6 min
    Episode 44: Davidson Hang Reflections August 11, 2020

    Episode 44: Davidson Hang Reflections August 11, 2020

    Thank you Jeff for your accountability. I wanted to be consistent with sharing my journey because it helps me reflect and acknowledge myself for a productive day. We are often our worst critics. This is a healthy practice designed to help you be compassionate to yourself. 

    • 8 min

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