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  1. work  
    By shifting our perspective on history and embracing the present, we can unlock our true potential and break free from self-imposed limitations. Discover the transformative conversations with the Catalyst, a psychological coaching that helps individuals overcome fear and resistance, embrace their unique perspectives, and create better futures for themselves and others.
    coaching fiction individuality culture change
  2. the four quarters  
    combining the four signs Unification of mind; joining feeling and essence, real knowledge and conscious knowledge. Also sometimes defined as
    taoist fourfold individuality time
  3. bender  
    As of this moment, I have been in my forties for a straight 15 hours, five of which I spent sleeping. So far, so good! Today, I am launching a new website and starting a newsletter, sending out its first issue called "Bender." Take a look at the latest artwork and subscribe to the emails!
    society individuality spontaneity postdigital reality
  4. in the beginning there was living  
    To live is to express one’s self. Expression — the outcome of our enlarged excitation — impels us toward more self-forming .. experiencing more
    individuality spontaneity
  5. breath of inspiration and individuality  
    Two breaths may have similarities, but they are never the same. Every connection that someone makes with the environment by inhaling and exhaling is
    individuality spontaneity
  6. who is a good coach?  
    Coaching assumes clients possess emotional integration and focuses on creating the life they desire, not fixing problems. Effective coaching encourages clients to value themselves and set intrinsic, joy-filled goals. Coaches teach, but never impose their truths, allowing clients' self-realization. A mature coach nurtures self-actualization through awareness, responsibility, and authentic values. In contrast, younger, material-focused coaches prioritize winning, often causing dissatisfaction. Seasoned coaches prioritize nurturing, intuition, self-expression, and joy while aligning with clients' essence and remaining supportive observers.
    coaching introspective therapeutic individuality
  7. say my name  
    Will the real Mr. White, please stand up.
    individuality mimetic
  8. about this site  
    The website "le.vel.si" showcases the work of a creative individual. It features a collection of writings, images, and projects that reflect their artistic pursuits and personal experiences. The content explores themes such as philosophy, technology, art, and society, offering unique perspectives and thought-provoking insights. With a minimalist design and a focus on aesthetics, the site invites visitors to engage with the author's creative journey. It provides a platform for self-expression and an opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals who appreciate the intersection of art and ideas.
    autotelic introspective artist individuality
  9. beeing a grown-up in a contemporary culture  
    contemporary culture … been grown-ups through responsibly exercising parental, fiduciary, relational, and societal roles … we play all these mature
    culture individuality
  10. freedom to choose recoils in anxiety of change  
    never in human history have individuals been freer to choose their life path, their values, and to serve what is true for them. what is most
    individuality change culture diversity
  11. fate commencing second half of life  
    the second half of life occurs when people, for whatever reason — death of partner, end of marriage, illness, retirement, whatever — are obliged to
    individuality
  12. six stages of ancestral passage to adulthood  
    in traditional societies … growing up was a matter of survival … the transition from the naiveté and dependency of childhood to adult sensibilities
    culture tradition individuality
  13. transferring journey to companionship  
    loneliness that serves both the achievement of personhood and the quality of any relationship … the more one can embrace one’s separateness, the
    journey solitude individuality
  14. individuation comes from the little people  
    Jung once noted that individuation does not come from on high, from the royal ego managing affairs, but from “the little people,” the split-off
    individuality diversity
  15. taking responsibility for not committing a soul-crime  
    a direct function of one’s ability to take responsibility for choices, to cease blaming others or expecting rescue from them, and to acknowledge the
    choice individuality
  16. extending individuation into the world of things  
    The only way I can justify still using the term individuation today is by extending it to mean the individuation of each moment in life, each
    individuality therapeutic property platonism
  17. neo-romantic period 1960s  
    “Neo-Romantic” which links it to other periods in history in which individual (authenticity), subjective experience has been given special
    individuality
  18. community and authority over art  
    The barbarous conception of authority and the recognition of popular authority are fatal. It comes from the natural inability of a community
    authority individuality artist
  19. sympathy with joy is naturally rare  
    When man has realised Individualism, he will also realise sympathy and exercise it freely and spontaneously. All sympathy is fine, but sympathy with
    individuality sympathy suffering
  20. individualism and family life  
    Socialism would relieve us from that sordid necessity of living for others which presses so hardly upon almost everybody now. It annihilates family
    individuality property
  21. individualism realisation receptivity and imagination  
    art as mode of individualism true artist and amusing craftsman to create for the artistic joy receptivity and imaginative medium be thyself and the
    artist individuality imagination outline
  22. art as mode of individualism  
    Imaginative art is the most intense mode of individualism it seeks to disturb monotony of type, slavery of custom, tyranny of habit, and the
    individuality artist
  23. to create for the artistic joy  
    Things people say of a man do not alter a man, he is what he is, public opinion is of no value whatsoever. To create not for the artistic joy, but
    artist individuality
  24. to sympathise with a friend’s success  
    Anybody can sympathise with the sufferings of a friend, but it requires a very fine nature—it requires, in fact, the nature of a true
    individuality sympathy
  25. the soul of man under socialism  
    Oscar Wilde exaggerated altruistic virtues original virtue through disobedience selfishness is to make claims upon others perfections charity and
    benevolence altruism disobedience individuality authority artist outline
  26. social classes partial realisation  
    No class is ever really conscious of its own suffering. They have to be told of it by other people, and they often entirely disbelieve them … The
    culture individuality
  27. be thyself and the ideas of Jesus  
    ‘Know thyself’ was written over the portal of the antique world. ‘Be thyself’ — the message of Christ to man—shall be written over the portal of the
    christian individuality society
  28. authority over using personal names  
    we’re all now first-name people … You’ve got your ancestors with you in your psyche when you use your last name, your brothers and sisters. To have
    mononym culture individuality
  29. picaresque mode parody of the individuation  
    the realm of picaresque reflection, of seeing through every established stance, yet without moral implication … to the society which to the
    individuality culture conformity
  30. art is individualism  
    George Orwell summarised, “In effect, the world will be populated by artists, each striving after perfection in the way that seems best to
    individuality artist quotes subject
  31. jung cliff notes twenty nineteen  
    Jungian psychoanalysis: we are all fragmented and divided, and knowingly or not, we’re all searching for our souls acquired mind; Taoist, culture
    therapeutic individuality development manly womanly phenomena
  32. levavot  
    I was given the name “Gleb” at birth, this is my legal first name today. The old and fairly rare East Slavic name “Гълѣбъ” of Nordic origin, where
    astrology individuality hebrew mononym diaries
  33. immediate short-term goal approaches  
    heuristic technique, often called simply an heuristic, is any approach to problem solving or self-discovery that employs a practical method, not
    individuality discovery

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