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  1. charles

    “you did not make it clear to me.” was my stating this spontaneous or reckless? i don’t know after listening to your video. as an infrequent listener/watcher, your use jargon, e.g., authentic, being in the moment, etc., is no help to understanding the distinction in your message. what single overarching criterion do you use to determine the distinction? are you advocating always examining the consequences? if you are (i’m not sure you are.),to me that is the wrong end of the process. if
    being in he now” is he other end of the process, are you saying if an undesirable result occurs, you weren’t being in the now? authentic? how does one know whether they are? my answer is to ask myself what my motivation is. if the motivation’s criteria are based on my values then i should act and see the result and learn from it, i.e., re-enforce my values, or change them.


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