What is Christian Mysticism and how does one see the world from this perspective? Why does the West has some of the world’s most ancient and mystical organizations that claim to guard and pass the occult knowledge?
MindForce host today is TruthSeekah – visionary hip-hop artist and the host of the TruthSeekah podcast, who is sharing his esoteric knowledge with people all around the world through his art – podcast and music. In this episode, TruthSeekah and I discussed a wide variety of topics, including the aspects of Christian Mysticism, Rosicrucian Order, Freemasonry, Illuminati and many more.
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The ability to execute is more valuable than education or talent, because it is far rarer. When you are looking for a job, your education and success story in previous experiences might be the main thing that would get you in. But this is not enough and by no means it does guarantee your further success. What is mainly important is responsible execution, or “Execution First Mentality”. Check this episode to learn more about it and see how you can implement it in your daily personal and professional life.
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This episode of MindForce Podcast covers how complex and sophisticated systems cooperate together, and how you can implement this knowledge to be in a peace with your body and mind.
Researchers have recently discovered that new genes in the central nervous system turn themselves on when an organism is placed (or places itself) in a new situation. These genes code for new proteins. These proteins are the building blocks for new structures in the brain. This means that a lot of you is still nascent, in the most physical of senses, and will not be called forth by stasis. You have to say something, go somewhere and do things to get turned on. And, if not, you remain incomplete, and life is too hard for anyone incomplete. (Dr Jordan B Peterson – 12 Rules For Life)
Although this statement is not directly related to traveling, I’m deeply convinced that traveling to new places is a great stimuli for your mind and brain. You explore new people, new locations, new cultures. When you explore boldly, when you voluntarily confront the unknown, you gather information and build your renewed self out of that information.
Take your time, travel to new places, see the world. Grow bigger and better, become a better version of yourself.