Courage to Quit and Courage to Show up

The blog of Nishant Garg

“I’ve quit more times than I can count, sometimes too soon, sometimes for the wrong reasons, but more and more often without drama and with a calm feeling in my stomach. Safe in the knowing that a no to what I don’t want is a yes to something more important. My health, my love, my heart’s work.

My very own life.”

Anna Lovind

“The ego’s core feeling of “not enough” causes it to react to someone else’s success as if that success had taken something away from “me”. It doesn’t know that your resentment of another person’s success curtails your own chances of success. In order to attract success, you need to welcome it wherever you see it.” —Eckhart Tolle

“I never get excited about working with a new student, or meeting a new friend, until we’ve known each other for at least a year. That gives time for the positive projections to die down, and to see who’s in it for the long haul.” — Vince Fakhoury Horn

Courage Starts With Showing Up & Letting Ourselves Be Seen: Brene Brown “What would you do with the courage to show up and let yourself be seen? Really seen?  Her research inspires me to put myself out there and take risks to let myself be seen. It’s freeing and scary all at the same time and has taken my life and business to new and exciting places. 

What makes a person brave is to stand up for what is right even when you are afraid because it’s the right thing to do. I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”

” There is a healthy reason for using psychedelics in a frame of ‘non-expectation’ for expansion. Otherwise, the stories and narrative themes we develop become so strong that growth does not occur – the narrative becomes our new ‘truth’, and successive experiences are viewed through a lens that magnifies our confirmation bias. “Holding things loosely” has become cliche and instead becomes ‘this means…” and the chains become tighter. ”


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