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Episode 27 · 1 year ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode 75 Saliha Wazirzada

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In today's episode I'm reunited with saliha @untoldstorytold in this episode we talk about the importance of self love, spirituality, energy and much more! Photo credit: @Ellyfant_ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

Hither. My name is Adam Po and the podcast host posity to podcast. In this podcast, you will be listening to me connect with people from different walks of life, from the military to people in the music industry, to people in the SELFHELP industry and many other areas of life. In this podcast I'll be talking about topics from self help, mental health, motivation, spirituality, mindset, society, current affairs and much, much more. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe, share and let me know your feedback. And my main intention on this podcast is to have a positive impact for you, the lit the listener, to take something positive from it, to apply something positive into your life from this. Now with without further ado, let's go to podcast and enjoy. Hi, and what going to the parties to forecast. In this episode I'm really nights again with Saliha, and this episode we talk about self love, mindset, spirituality and much, much more. Now sit back, blacks, enjoy this episode. I Sally. How are you doing? Your right? Good? How are you good? Good, good, yeah, I'm great. Thank you. Good to good to be back on the PODCAST. Oh yes, yes, it's always a pleasure, always a pleasure. Likewise, always a pleasure to talk to you. I think we talked about like really good topics and you kind of flows very naturally. Always, always, it's always like we think of something and it just calls with the flow, and I think it slow is so important because these days everyone is just trying to think what is the right strategy to think and how to be and what's wrong and what we might regret doing. I think we all need to just connect with thin and just be who we and that's what I get with you, the flow and the floor in the content, and I hope others can sense that too. Yeah, no, I agree and I feel the same and I think, like what you said to really good point, like you know, having that flow and having that kind of collection with yourself, isn't it? Because, yeah, because, yeah, I let you continue. Yeah, because I'm the saying we collect me yourself. If you have that connection yourself, you then going to have a better connection with other people on you. I find it's exactly that's that's what I'm trying to also think about this week, and this week is all being all about just thinking about how any one of us can, even if we don't have any support around us and their moments where we are just all by ourselves, all alone, and they can be moments, especially now that people are in isolation and they are cut off from the world, so to say.

They can be moments where you feel like, am I alone in this? Am I the only one facing this, even though we're feel facing this as a collected but it's just a human way of just feeling like we are the only one, like I'm the only one facing my own problems. And then on top of this is the isolation. So what I'm trying to get at is that every one of US needs to find time during this time that we have by ourselves, to take some time for introspection, to go through our own ideas of how we think of things, redefine the way we think of everything around us, redefine who we are. Some important questions need to be asked, because it's obvious that we've all been put on a pause and life was going on this path. Everyone was just going. If you walk through like the like, if you walk through Sydney City, for one. When I used to walk through Sydney City, I to see people going in every direction, like everybody's going to work or driving there or just dropping somebody off and it was so much a hustle bustle and I thought to myself that we really need to pause, we need to stop and think what we actually doing. Are we just doing everything because we were let to believe that this is how you live a life or what is life? And so what we need to do, I think, as a collected is to sit down and redefine who we are. What do you think? Yeah, now I've been that's a really good point. I think, like I've noticed that when I used to go to like, you know, London especially, of if I used to go, you know, into town censers and everyone's rushing around, everyone's going to get trying to get to where they need to be, and I was like not thinking about the important, you know, the importance of of what's going on around or who's around them. And I think, like you said, we we do kind of need that that pausing point to kind of stop and reflect about what it is that we're doing. You know why we doing it, but it is, you know, it is it. We're all that stress. Like I remember when I went to the trooper, example, and in London. Yeah, I was doing this course and I got up early. I rush to get the train, I rush to get the too. I rush to get to where I need to be, and then the next day I was like, okay, that's trying to slow it down and not rush, and through not rushing, I still got there the same time. I think I got there like ten minutes earlier. So I think it's important, like you said, to slow down and re kind of that reset. Yep, that's reset. The Stop vibe survive and that work survives. That I just used. I just said it like that, but it's so important because it is very intrinsic to our survivable as human guide to sit down with ourselves and have a little bit of knowing ourselves, because in what's happening these days, I can notice it with some friends and people that have spoken to and even if you can see them the news, there's this this is fear that's outside, and then there's this spear within, and that the fear within is actually more severe than the fair outside, because that's what we are doing to our own selves. And if we see something outside, which, for instance, if the why this is outside, we are always thinking of it as a much worse situation than it is. HMM, yeah, so you, you, yeah, so much more worse situation than it already is, because we have not come to terms with the face within ourselves. And what I mean by face and within ourselves, if nobody's a go to understand here, is that in this year two thousand and twenty, we actually going through a passage where we're not just facing fears outside of facing fears within...

...ourselves. Fairs such as, you know, can I? Can I live without people around me? Can I? Can I be with myself for an hour, you know, without putting on too technology or or talking to someone? Can I stay with my thoughts, even the darkest of them? Can I? Can I sit with them and just breathe through them, or I will just, you know, crumble and and cry or or feel anguish, ord angle, any kind of negative feeling that's going to bring my vibration down? You get that little time to face those fears within you. And many people think fair is a bad word, like it's got dis connotation where where you're supposed to be scared of something like, you know, as kids were at told, fair is something to do with a haunted house, or everything is associated with something or the other. The in terms of there. But the relfares is US dealing with our own emotions, and always come back to the emotional thing. But it is, it is what it is, our darkest fares within us, our own created ones, our own experienced ones, which we just put in a box and we throw it as and it's like it's like a like you write something on pay while, you just throw it away and you're like, I'll deal with it later, and that pile just keeps some building up and something like this happens, where you're isolated and you're all together by yourself, there's nobody else, it's no connection, there's no work, there's nobody talk to. This, this nothing, and you're just staring at walls, if you're in quarantine especially, and you realize there is so much of that, like that paper that I crumpled up in that pile that I've not dealt with. So the ideas to each in every paper and read through them and say this is who I was, this is what I experienced and this is what I saw and I did. But then if I am not that, that, who am I? That's the question we need to ask, rather than dwelling into the pain of that memory that, rather than dwelling into the anguish of that angry moment or why did that person do to me? So no pointing thing is now the question would be, yes, this did happen, rather than this did not happen. And the next thing would be, what is that trying to tell me about me? And obviously, if you do not connect with it, the very obvious answer is that it is telling you that you are nothing that was on that paper. So then who you are has to be something like a that's opposite of that, right. It has to be something that's not that, and so you are set forth on the journey of getting to know yourself. And that is how it happens. You always find purpose through pain. It is it is as easy as I can put it. It might feel like, Oh my God, we don't want to face this. Was the same thing that's causing as agony. And why why do I have to touch those feelings when they come? Was? Why can't I just say that part is dead, I am you. You know, people do that. They kill certain parts of themselves and then they renew themselves by killing themselves. So I've done that part of parts and I was younger and I was a teenage, things happened and I was like I have killed that part of me, like I literally killed that part of me. And then in my s it came back in a very word way and I'm like what? I thought it was a different situation, I thought they were different people. I thought I have grown up, I thought I've had babies. Right, feel like that sixteen year old stuck in that situation once again, and you're like, it's nothing to do with him her, whatever the situation and was. What's important to understand is what I understood. I understood that I really needed to take out time to understand myself. Did and then when those things happened to me, and so they...

...got locked up in my emotional body, emotional body soul disregarded. So not, you know, taking it as an important thing. You know, we always confuse it with just exercising or something, but like, emotional body always needs us, and so I took another journey to understand myself. I thought, I don't know my spiritual work, but it came back. So what I'm trying to get it is self. Love is so important and the way we can start it is by doing some kind of affirmations. I'm sure you would have done some kind of affirmations if you have putty like share with us. Yeah, yeah, of course. No, I think you know it's really key what you talking about and I think like we have affirmations. It's like, you know, could be starting the day and I think you know it's good. He do it in the morning and it could be you know, I am, I am enough. It could be I'm a confident person, everyone's going to be okay, you know I'm not my past. You know I'm doing great. It's that reassurance to yourself, isn't it? And I think it's it's very, very personal. Think it's going to be different for every single person, very different, very different. As long as you are saying I am, the two most proble whole words for the you to the universe, and many people are thinking what are they talked about? When they say universe, it's just simply said to use words. They have power and when you use them old voice in your own head and you think you actually are when you say I am, they're more powerful than just not knowing what to say. It's as simple as it's like a really it's reprogramming yourself when we're gone. We get gone into a certain family and then we have certain parents, we have certain beliefs and we have certain way of being, and yes, they all become a beliefs and the way we are. But then somewhere, somewhere around we do things because we just supposed to do them. And if in life we know, at some point in our life we realize that this is what I want to do and this is what I don't want to be. Or you need to program yourself, just like a computer program. We can program ourselves and there's nothing like people tend to think. It means that you need to you need to lose the memory of what you had. No, it's just it's just a new metamorphosis. It's like you just become a newer you. Right, you just, you, just you can say things like I am worthy, I am beautiful, I am like. I say things like I am enough, right, and these words, the more you say them to yourself, it's like saying this is who I am, because you have been so much of who I who you are not right. You much of who you are. Not that. You do need to put the effort in saying I am worthy, I am enough. And the reason people say repeat these affirmations is because eventually it's just the way our brain works. It's the way our heart. That's another part I'll cut when another job. Our heart does think, and there's a whole study about that. I'll tell you about that. But it's the way are human system works. We need to program ourselves with the new version ourselves week off ourselves. We just can't say, Oh, this is who I am, it's what I'm going to be, I'm going to be happy every day and this is it. No, there's a lot of effort. There's a lot of effort. It's every day reminding yourself that this is where you're headed and this is your path and this is where you happy and you will do no matter who, websites, whatever and the world, because I think that I'm good. This is why I'm going to be yeah, I'm using the kids are slave side and say whatever I want. But, like, I think it's so...

...important to say that because it's like you bring in that I do not care what the world things, I do not care what other people's are, people's judgments are, and you're not being like insensitive here. You just saying any thought that comes across that does not match me, I retaliate. I do not go to words. That's a much easier way, much nicer way of saying it. It's like if we feel the energy, we go towards it. If we don't feel the energy, will go back, but if we keep feeling the energy, we keep going towards it. But it also requires us to have bitually keep reminding ourselves of the new version of us. And if fee feel is out of think we can. We can always always get out of that and find a new version of ourselves. So that's another thing. When you do self love, when you love yourself, you need to be easy on yourself. You cannot just be hard on yourself so much. I find so many people who just make it too hard on themselves. They goes are too fixed, and it's good. It's good to have fixed boards. It's good because it keeps you centered. This this this place, you where you want to be. But I guess when things don't happen that they were supposed to, like with covid such people can get very disappointed because they were too attached to that hardcore. So that's what I wanted to ask you as well as because I really think attachment is such an important word here. We should do anything that we love doing, but also with the fact that I don't get to attached to that as being the only thing you love and only thing that makes you happy. What do you think? Yeah, now I agree what you said. I think why you said the attack hutchment to two things is, you know, we all have attachments to different things, and I think, like you know, my mind, that is good if you can be open, because if you're so focus on that one thing, you know like yeah, you're going to do well in nothings. You attach self to it and you do it, but it's almost like you can't limit yourself to that one thing, if you're attached to just that one thing. They were over our venues within that field of IT. Yes, HM, that makes so much sense, because we're doing to each other now, is like with all of this racism and everything. I think it's a lot to do with attachment, and I'll tell you how that comes into play. It comes into place because we think we are entitled to judge others. We think it is our I'm not saying me, but I mean I'm speaking for humans for a human going. So we selective, have some bits of us that that does judge and does look at people in a certain way. Why? The the way they dress or something, which is really sad to see that we still have it in our DNA and it will take some time for the consciousness to develop, but the attachment to the idea that we have to look at somebody and stricipe them and judge them and have a stay about it and and be the one who decides that what other people should be like, because we know what everybody should do, because it's like saying I'm the knower of all right, so I'm going to make a decision for everybody else that they will go to bad or they should be like, you know, they should be some people who should just be in prisons or something. You know. So how can you always like I don't understand this that. How can, how can a person look at themselves and and just say that person is bad or that person is not good? I mean, have you not been bad or have you not done something bad in your life that that you're saying this to somebody else? It's like it's like playing God or it's like playing like a person who isn't who knows everything, like you would never change. You never know that you can be in somebody else's shoes, like I always think...

...about this all that. I'm like that. You can never you never know how life can change. Life can change in seconds, and you never know if you were in you can be in somebody else's shoes, you know, and if you are, then you'd be facing the same things they are. And we need to be me to need to have that empathy. And how can we develop empathies? By having empathy for ourselves. And then how do we do this? If by sitting down with ourselves and having that necessary conversation. So and and there's nothing selfish about it. Many people think self love is selfish and they think it's it's like, you know, just sitting in a spy and just enjoy going, you know, a drink. Is that? But it's also mostly to do with being happy with who you are, the way you are, with your mistakes, so called mistake, so the things, the way, the places where you went wrong. So many people, when they go wrong in life or they do something that is morally wrong, go something with they know God it's not happy with them. Like that's when religion comes into play, or they live, they live the life thinking that they need to be unhappy with themselves or God is unhappy with them, or they need to make it up to themselves or to God or to like there's a self struggle. Basically, humans are doing it to themselves, but they need to pin it on somebody. So they'll use excuses like God, and they will be excuse, like you know my mum. I need to, I can need to find a way to forgive my mum. Now, it's nothing to do with that. You forgive people for Yourself, if a gift for your own self, and the moment you take the plunge in taking that person's name and saying I forgive you, and you keep doing it and might make you cry and might make you feel like, Oh, well, am I doing this? But you have to force this and I think on day ten or twelve, whatever, like, the level of your pain is that that person gave you. It comes a day. They does come a day for you that well, Oh, I don't feel anything. That's yeah, that's where you need to be at and that is you. That'll be like amazing, because people don't realize it. Did they run away from the theme of the the Self Left, the Self Love Journey. They think cels love is just like you know, cap cakes. Yeah, you do go through pain and there's nothing bad experiencing your own bait. And then if you don't experience your own pain, how will you deal with other people's pains that will attach their lives with you one day, like if you want to get mad at or will have a good friend or a boyfriend, or you need to even take care of anybody in your life. That's that's responsibility, because if you're not intuged with who you are, or they are not intube are they are not intuged with who you are, then it's it's going to be really tough because then then you wouldn't know who you are completely because you've just affected somebody else with your own trap that's inside you. Yeah, yeah, no, I completely agree. I think, like you know, we we get attached to our ideas. You know, no ideas come from you know, growing up, the people were around culture, you know, religious there's lots of different factors where I think people get touched certain ideas and that. And the thing is it's almost in your wiring and it's almost like can be old programming. You know, it's that's just an idea. That isn't like sometimes always reality. That's just the way someone thinks based on certain reason or belief as well. And I think like you've got to go in ward within if you want your external environment to change, where I think a lot of people are so far focus externally out in the world and they're doing things because...

...they think that's the solution. And we've all we've all done that to some extent. You've really got to, like said, got to work on yourself and gets no yourself, and there's there's different ways that people do self love and I think, like you said, going to a spa and things like that's fine. I think if you're that's something new love and enjoy. So I think that's okay to do. Everyone's got their own their own click, like what they do. But I think if people are I think if you're doing that all the time and people are putting photos of themselves doing it a lot, I think then it's there's a balance to it. Isn't balance to it. You can kind of see. You can see it, you know way if it's genuine or if it isn't. I mean you know people, you know, you go to the gym, must find you take a picture of the video. That's fine. I've done it. You know, there's nothing wrong with that. It. I think it's how you are and we've all got our own things and that's the thing you need to be comfortable with. One day you're taking photos and one day or not, if you cannot, if you don't have any like you know anybody, any any goal where you have to put up a picture, and that's fine. Don't be hard on yourself. Like we need to stop bring hard on ourselves, because our emotions can change every single day and we might feel something that the next day you might be looking at a picture and going like why did I take this picture? You know, but let's not regret. I've realized with a lot of things that I've seen our lines. Like a lot of kids, we think about regret a lot. They think about when they put up something and I going to regret it and I'm going to regret that like the like, as if regret is the worst thing you can live with. And though, coming from my age, at thirty seven, I can tell myself this, much like my younger self, that regret has nothing to do with anything. Yeah, it's real. The real pain in life is nothing to do with regret. That's the easy part. Yeah, that's a part. That part, you will just go like men. Yeah, yeah, yeah, about how you learn. Sometimes, isn't it a lot? I are used to always go nuce the work all week and then I'll go out my clubbing Friday sating, I. or Saturday night or sometime, I mean or be Fursday, Friday, Saturday, you know, some some crazy times. And when you when you're in that stage and you're doing it, you just have a good time because you know you might have any kid. Most people that a turn up kids. Well, if different, you know, I don't have any kids. You don't have any kids or ton say. Yeah, so it depends on you responsibilities. If you've got that time and space to do it, then you just do it and you enjoy yourself and it's fun and if you make mistakes and you learn and you do a lot of socializing. So I think that kind of builds you as a person in some way by just going out there and doing things, where some people who don't do things early on end up doing it later on in life because they didn't experience it. Them and them would like said regret. I'll be doing things, but it's a very personal thing, isn't it? Like what people might regret? Yeah, and there's it's a very personal thing, just like self love. And then their levels as well as if as in like when you said that with self love and spus. I think you know they're different. When you first start to do start doing things like, you know, I'm going to take our time for myself and, you know, spend more time on myself. And then then it comes to a level where you're like, okay, I've done all of that, I I've been to spas and done my traveling...

...and everything. What's still inside me that needs the a love? Then you come to another levels. It's like leveling down and moving and then you come to that level where you're like, Oh, I have to verish all that craps go. I was like so cool, I like I've traveled the world and I've seen everything, met everybody, and then you're like, Oh my God, Oh my God, it's like how there was so much inside me. So it's good. Life is good. You know, people at Fifty six, seventy, Eighty, oh my God, I met these people who are like this guy who's ninety and he was living in the sustainable eco village and they were all these sixteen so like eighteen ninety year olds, the building houses from like natural material and having their own little, you know, backyard where they have grown vegetables, and they all helping each other. They're not even asking each other for help, like they're just like, here's your prop, I'm helping you out. He's like who, you helping me out, like I'm helping up. Happening these days, like people would just go into your somebody just goes on your backyard and starts helping you out with your dog and like, Oh my God, why is this guy helping me with coma coming back to me, like who what are? Yeah, ha ha, I seeing aliens. We are living in a world because we can not believe that somebody can be so, so nice. And what I'm trying to say is that these old people who are living in this village where I went, they would just looking for the world where they could just be who they are, because I heard one of the ladies talk to another lady and she said, I spend all my youth growing up my kids and just looking at like what their future is going to be like. And now that I know she's like, I wish I had this when my kids were younger, but now I'm here and this is where I'm going to live and I got a house and and she she had she was bullying it with her husband and they were like seventy eighty or something like that, and I was like and they were so happy. Everyone was just smiling at you, and I'm like cool, this is what the world should be, you know, and I felt like I said it in there, but I don't know what my role would be, because I will be just sitting in dancing, because it's like, you know, it's like, yeah, I actually felt like I was gonna, you know, just go in a garden and go like that. Yeah, and there was a there was a grumpy Old Lady, there was one group your lady, or maybe she was like who is she? Did she just being corona virus, because I look like, you know, people get racist. So yeah, and people can't have my accent because it goes everywhere and if I sit with you and I keep talking to you for ten days, I start talking like you. It's just funny. That's one. That's one thing. And then because I have been too many countries and I've grown and been a couple of countries. So it's just like I cannot do accents. But if you were if you put me into a situation where I'm like told that you are like, you are this person, that I can be that person completely, but you know, I can put out that accent and it's funny. Talking about racism, I had this little thing which I'll just you know. I saw it up here, because I think we've talked a lot about self love and this is to do with self love. I worked in a call center when I nearly came to Australia and I was doing this for the bank. So we were selling life insurance and so I've done all kind of jobs and this was fun too. So I always looked at jobs like I always passed through the the interview. So the interview was a part of these like Ah, you hired and I'm a black. I'm like cool, and when I got the job I was like okay, what are I do now? So in a call center I used to talk like this when I newly came. So I used to say hello, I am Sally Help, calling you from center link. How can I help you? And they used to be like yeah, sorry, like the phone which to do? Just Bang it close. So one day I had my friend Mars and sitting next...

...to me and I'm like, I'm gonna do somethings. Like what are you gonna do? It like like you know, our bosses walking around and like I'm like, let me just try something, because this is a whole day. We were not getting any sales and we we had this capi and this guy sitting standing on our heads. Is like, did you get any sales today? Right, and I'm like hello, yeah, we getting sales. We're just talking to people and banging the phone on us. So here's me and I'm go like on the phone. I'm like so it comes up on your screen who you supposed to speak to? And I'm like, I said hello, can I speak to Mr Brown place? And they're like yes, yes, yes, but yes, it's the Brown we're just calling you because your your insurance is just a bit out of whack. Like you. What did I do? What did I do wrong? Like, where are you calling from? Are you sure you're sitting in send Lennard? Can you tell me what you can see out of your window, outside your window, and I'm like, I can see the CBA building and I could see the wanted an account of that. I've actually lets Sydney, Australia, talking to them, and the moment I changed my accent, it was a new world. I was getting sales and I just kept putting on that accident and I left that job atten wrong, because I can never do anything where I don't put my heart and and I felt like it was a blur time on in my life. I was just trying to cruise through life at that point and I realized I needed more me time and because I was just and that was that was interesting to see how people, just a basis of your voice, they changed their persive and their whole outlook like who you are and what you do. And that's what I'm trying to say. We all have little bits in and ask and asked that judge as others that looks at others in a certain way, because the relief were like what into us? Like that guy is like, you know, got a big nose, calling big nose. That guy's got a bad tummy, call it fat. That girl is not like eating ships, call her chubby. It's just how we were brought up and we thought, like I had very same bitis, but I still think there was a lot of issues that needed to retaggle. But the thing is, when you get it, go ahead and do as much as you can and still if you make mistakes, that school who's perfect and that's human to accept your darkness and your light and live with the ying and the young. Like Adam par no, thank you, re appreciate. No, thank you, as though that's really really kind, really really means a lot. My life just went through. It would happen. It's yeah, it's I completely agree with what you said. I think we've all got fixed opinions, you know, at some point and like you said, you know that's kind of through life and these kind of Stubby, you know, stereotypes and fixed opinions on the world and it's almost like you know few, they just landers on. It's like you know few, you've got a power glasses on. From then you you can't see to clear. You put another Lens and another perspective and clears up a bit. And I think we've all got our own Lens, haven't we? And you know, there's so many people telling us how to think and we judge. You know, we're people by you know, some people judge people by their skin color. You know where they're from, and it's wrong. I think it's very art narrow mind and I think we you know, it's like places, what even countries. You know, people judge countries and I'm like, I'll say to them that have you been there and the like. No, but I don't want to go there. And they think I don't want to go there. Like yeah, I mean the new...

...subricas things. I mean, the thing is, I mean I won't go to wig into the like, you know, China. I don't want to go to China, the minute corner of our situation. But you know, that's not saying I don't want ever go there. It's like you wouldn't go outside to a place where you know that you know their reports of Growna virus, like just outside your house, like just like that. HMM, like it's no place now your house where they're more reports of coronavirus. You wouldn't go in that area right, like HMM. Yeah, but we need to, like you said, be open and go in ward within ourselves and grow ourselves and, you know, shift off perspective and talk to the people, you know, do do things that we we don't usually do, you know, speak to people that we don't usually speak to, just as like yeah, of course, yeah, I'm here. Yeah, like, you know, going, you know, doing things. Are Not limiting ourselves, you know, all our beliefs and connect them with people from different backgrounds, you know, not judging. You know, we, I think we, you know, we, we could be. Our Room was critics sometimes as well. We if we do something, I don't get something right, we're hard on ourselves and it's like you've got to be kind to yourself and you got to forgive yourself and tell yourself it's part of be gentle. Yeah, and I think I said a quote once. It's like you can't force a flower to grow, you know, like we just can be so yeah, we can be so hard on ourselves and nurturing, nurturing it and like, you know, you just what's up as a helicopter, just fluid minds here. Yeah, yeah, be gentle, you know, and trust ourselves and trus world flowers, like nurturing and just wait for it to bloom, just keeping GIP, keep giving it love and so important to give yourself that love. We're not that at a younger age. We just depend on others to give it to us and we don't get it. So you're like, okay, because when we are younger, I think we just have our own ability to love, that's in us. So we running on that stored love that we have. So what I'm trying to get at is, okay, so when we're born, we are liquid love, right, it's the way we are. We are when we are in the womb, we are liquid love and when we come out, we can't. We get into this body and when we come to this body we have this memory of being love, like a pure form of love, very evidently as a baby. But slowly, slowly, we start the getting that we are pure love, we are pure consciousness, that we are, you know, people who just want to connect and feel love and be love. And so what happens is that when we forget that and we come the beliefs that the the the ideas and whatever everybody's can stilled in us, there comes a point where, just like a flower, we, you know, we whither, we falled out and leaves fall down, the petals fall down and we if we do not give us ourselves that love and that nurturing love by ourselves for ourselves, it's not going to happen any other way. It comes to a point in life where you realize, I need to do it for myself, nobody. It's good. Yeah, and it's magic. It's magical because when you do that, when you put that effort, you will eventually find a whole tribe of people who have same...

...thinking, not the same but ideas that they want to share with you and you want to share with them, and it's going to be a beautiful journey. But we need to put that nurturing, gentle compassionate little moment in your life where you say, yes, I am going to give myself that love. Yeah, I agree, and I think, like you said, it's not love you have to give yourself when you can rely on someone else for them just to give it to you. Since I ing, and that Yang and that too, waifing, because if you don't love yourself and you're going to relationship with that person loves themselves and they love in you, you're that person. You know. To me, it is not going to be on that same balance or par and it's got to be that. Yeah, you kind of broke up. Yeah, there we go. HMM, can you? I couldn't. Got Only hear you. If you see it. I could see but it's a bit I want to. It says my phones overheats, so it's disabled. My my video. But we got summed up here. I think we've had a really good conversation, but I wanted you to add a few things as well. But it's that's what it is. Good topics and I think, like you know self over there. So self, like selflovers, is key and I think we've got to, you know, love ourselves and get to know ourselves a person and if we be one, I think, you know, especially you want to be successful, you have to go through your own shit, so to speak. You have to deal with that, you have to go through the motions and I think you have to, you know, really get to know who you are and love yourself and, you know, folks on being the best that you can be and then, you know, helps a pet or help other people do that and have, you know, have good relationships where you're on the same on the same part. Yes, yes, and you need to harness your energy so you can mind. You know, it's some movement that propels you forward, and this don't need to shy away from and growing, because everybody needs to understand is that you have what it takes, you have what it is. Any coach would tell you, anybody would tell you that we all have what it takes, but we just need to not I away from that learning, as I said, because it's going to grow us, and Gros is so good for every one of us. We all have potential, but we don't have the right environment of the people or or source sources to to reach out to to tell us that. So I think, yes, we do need to be mindful of all of that. Yes, yeah, no, I agree. Pretty Great. Now. It's been been a pleasure talking to you again, salrly, how it's always it's always great talking to yes, always a great fasure talking to you as well. Are you're welcome, how to have more talks with you. I hope this has been really interesting. Go from that, think twice about what I was saying. So here we are.

Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's exactly. No, I really enjoyed it and it's always a pleasure and I think you know, they're important topics that need to talk spoken about. Yes, yes, and there's more to come. And and I love what you do. I love how you do it, because it's something that I've also thought about doing and I might do it one that's this idea of talking to everyone that connected, that is interesting to you, and then when you get to talk to each other, you connect, you make your network and and that's what it is. It's just talking to more and more people. So do you so you can understand their situation, their lives and what they're doing, so they can put a little bit of their lights into your life. And it's understanding everyone's individual perspective, yet connect at one point. I love that. Yeah, now, thank you really really means a lot of Romans, alona. I think you'd be great if you did it as well. I will. Yeah, no, very appreciate it and you know you're very, very welcome. You know, any time. We will do more of this. Yes, we work. Thank you so much, Adam. No, no, you're very welcome, Sallier, any time, any time. You Welcome.

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