: Sa :

A storyteller makes up things to help other people; a liar makes up things to help himself-

I have wondered about “something” for some time now. That our intention(s) and the effect of our action(s), don’t necessarily line up. In the coming posts, and with your thoughtful help and support along the way. I would like to set out exploring this gap in a variety of different contexts and disciplines – Internal, External and Relational.

I hope to awaken greater personal liberation for many of you reading this morning.

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Daily Meditation:

What is clear to me this morning,  is that shifting our focus from the effect of our actions to their intention? Is a good place to start  

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CultFit Sa

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11 Comments on “: Sa :”

  1. Maia says:

    This morning at work, someone wrote in my whiteboard of loaded scheduled tasks:

    “I, Maia, is loving myself a bit more today”

    I think this is a good sweet spot to start…

  2. Very interesting. I look forward to reading your posts on this. :) setting an intention and even more so being aware of our intentions is a good heathy start on approaching many things in our life. I enjoy when posts make me think :) thank you!

  3. Greatly appreciated this post, as it points towards a part of our nature as humans. One might ask whether we are simply a paradoxical species, destined to experience a failure of symmetry between what we intend and the consequences of those intentions. Look forward to more posts on this. Thanks.

    • CultFit says:

      Thank you for your support, I surely need it! For me, this topic is best had over a few drinks and quite difficult to convey via a simple blog post. The post today, simply – Allowing our true selves to shine through, is often the most pure intention we can put forth in life. I enjoy relating this to cycling, trail running and yoga for some reason … Without getting too deep and nuanced – Fully immersing yourself in “whatever,” no matter the intention? Is pretty damn inspiring and cool. :)

  4. Stops me right in the middle of my actions.

  5. tischcaylor says:

    Interesting idea. Possibly related to something I’ve been wondering about lately … whether a gift is designed to please the giver or the receiver.

    • CultFit says:

      Some time ago I started to write about the very question you introduced – “whether a gift is designed to please the giver or the receiver.” The way in which I spoke about gifts, was the gift of giving our true selves. being authentic etc. transcends the process of “gift giving” … if that makes any sense at all? ;)