Me too! Although it sounds like I'm a bit older than you. I think what you're expressing is a wonderful way to be compelled. When I moved to my land, I did it all alone... and didn't know anyone here... and I never, ever regretted it. It was the most beautiful thing I've ever done in my life. So thrilling and exciting. I could have fallen into a snowbank and not been found until spring... and it didn't matter. I was just so in love with the land and all of nature and the experience... and I still am. NOW there is this incredible community of people all around me! We ALL moved up here not knowing anyone... and we're very like-minded. It is AMAZING!Thomascbk wrote: I would not mind going on my own; I like to be alone (I am still growing up and I have spent weeks all alone in the holidays and I learned how to connect with myself (or Im just mentally broken haha)) and I would not care to die trying as I am not afraid of it since trying is for me more important than staying alive and not to.
It's always good to keep some clarity about what's reasonable and in alignment for each step of the journey. There are manic and controlling ways to do things... and there are wise and flexible ways to do things. In other words, to not get so intoxicated with ideas that one blinds oneself to the ever-changing and ever-flowing cosmic pulse that seems to pump through us... directing us in extraordinary ways that this convoluted world and our mini-minds cannot. There is an optimal time and energy for everything. I try to allow each of my days to be guided by that... instead of "forcing" things to fit the scope/concept of my ideas. As a result, MUCH broader things are manifesting.
Sounds terrific! If only everyone would strive for actively creating/refining themselves and their experience... rather than bombarding others with all kinds of discontent which accomplishes nothing and helps no one.Thomascbk wrote:I just think having my own society, if I may call it a society, of 1- 15 people would be the best thing for me. Instead of being a negative man shouting thrash to everyone and everything I dissagree with I would rather spare them the frustration and make the best for myself and nobody else.
Yes, you are right, people have many different ways of finding balance and fulfillment. Different ideas work for different people... and connecting with like-minded people is essential.
You are an understanding and compassionate soul.Thomascbk wrote: (I used ''it'' especially for you ).
Me too. I don't mind it when beautiful, organic, and wise things are referred to as female. My comment to another person was because they seemed to be labeling something negative as female, and I saw no reason for that at all. The supposedly innocent things we say can reveal attitudes we don't even realize we have. I see it in myself a lot when I write here... which is why this process has been so informative and entertaining. It helps to have as much love as possible for ourselves and all of it... all along the way. That way we accept it and move on. Otherwise it sticks to us, and we wrestle with it into oblivion. My view: Nothing is ultimately serious... and there are no limits. So why not keep moving and expanding joyfully and freely... as much as possible, and when possible? If it's not possible one day, it might be possible the next.Thomascbk wrote: ( I do not call the earth bad or good so calling it a she has nothing to do with denigrating women, but If I could use my imagination I would prefer to live on a female earth as I can connect better with females).