1. Cindy Yellow Butterfly 4 years ago

    wow – I so needed to hear these words. I have recently walked away from a circle that had two power grabbers (I felt it… and that is certainly what motivated me to move on.. but to reflect on it through this teaching helped me to fully acknowledge it and be free from the inner turmoil of it). Thank you. I think I can only really define one person that I would consider my “super hero” he keeps telling me to fly and he also is a person that is authentic and tells me not just what I want to hear – but also the stuff that I don’t want to hear… the stuff that although painful is the stuff that I can keep on growing from.

  2. Ron 5 years ago

    My Paternal Grandmother, who never went to school, knew that schooling was important. When I had no real feeling that school was doing me any good, she kept urging me to keep going, which I did when others didn’t. Thank You!

  3. Gillian 5 years ago

    I had experience in my life of all 3 scenarios. People to push me, people to urge me, and doing it in my own. I have, in my life, been very impulsive. This has lead to some poor choices, when I actually did use the image of jumping off the diving board – boots and all in justifying the choice I was making, regardless of the consequences. Not always a good result. However, the choices I made have brought me to this place. The guilt and shame of some of those choices still with me, and a now known need to work on impulse control. Journeying on, exploring my darkness…. Ouch… Some I wish I could turn back the clock for.

  4. April Doyle 5 years ago

    Will Smith’s story about the fear BEFORE we do something: https://www.facebook.com/themateuszm/videos/1267997353298209/?pnref=story

  5. Hana Cechova 5 years ago

    Very inspiring video. Love the way the passion was pouring out of you the whole time. There were some aha moments for me in regards to my job as well. I keep wondering about my automatic inner reaction that it would be easier for me to “jump” without anyone seeing. I feel some blocks when people start pushing me even in a good and supportive way, because I have been pushed all my life and strong resistance was created. If the situation you described with your friend would happen to me, I am afraid I wouldn´t be angry at all, I would be traumatized and maybe subconsciously close down a little in our relationship, staying on guard for the next time when this might possibly happen again. So maybe for me my superheros are those who keep safe space for me and trust in me in the moments when I don´t trust myself, giving me back that courage and by doing that I don´t need anyone else to push me, because I can push myself to jump pretty easily. When those conditions of patience, love, insight and trust are created I am pretty good “jumper” by myself. At that moment I know what needs to be done and I just do it taking my own pace.

    PS: I was laughing my butt off, because I saw your dog running from far away and was just waiting for this “BIG MOMENT” to happen.

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