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Radical Responsability - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexa Toy
35:55
Buddhists often say, that simply by labelling a situation ‘good’ or ‘bad’ we limit it. By labelling something as bad we immediately close it down as an opportunity to learn from
Lara Fares
37:54
Thank you Alexa .
Alexa Toy
37:58
we’re not even open to seeing the opportunities, or lessons, within the situation - as soon as we label it, we limit it and our perspective
Linda Thomson
38:57
We are not allowed to unmute ourselves, you have to allow it
Linda Thomson
39:31
It says “the host is not allowing’
Elena Bowes
40:13
when I got divorced i thought it was the worst thing, later I discovered it was the best thing, i was just attached to the old story
Lara Fares
41:13
Great Example Elena! And YEs I remember😩
Annie Jones
42:44
Would you say that a way to embody more love is to drop into our hearts when we feel anger, fear etc. in order to connect with the collective more deeply - for me this is a way to embody radical responsibility as you suggest
Annie Jones
43:06
E.g. to connect our own sense of love with that of the collective
Lara Fares
44:31
Annie would you like me to unmute you?
Annie Jones
44:47
No its fine you can just ask the qeustion
Maria Arida
44:50
I don’t blame the others anymore but the problem is that I blame myself
Shireen Farah Cappelletti
47:07
I am confused about something...isn’t there a thin line between blaming yourself and taking responsability?
Alexa Toy
51:40
When we take responsibility for ourselves, and our own changing, rather than changing others, is there a way of making our example more explicit to others, to guide them towards awareness at least
Alexa Toy
52:17
we don’t have to make them change, but is there a way of guiding them towards seeing how they could be in a better place with change
Elena Bowes
52:58
i tried to stop blaming my ex, forgiving was sooo much easier and moving on w my life
Helen Taylor
55:24
Andrew, How do we help the young who feel the government and the virus are to blame for their current situation, which in so many cases is desperate. They do not have the experience or wisdom to know that this part of their journey & that losing their jobs or income is no ones fault etc
Elena Bowes
01:00:54
so basically, everything is a journey a nd you have to ride w it and try to learn from it
Lara Fares
01:01:40
And keep working at loving ourselves more and not expect much from others ❤️
Maya Rasamny
01:03:47
it’s about embracing every situation without amplifying it and feeding it 💚
Elena Bowes
01:04:00
if someone is mean to you, a family member, is best to ignore them?
Maya Rasamny
01:04:06
thank you lara and Andrew 💙
Alexa Toy
01:04:07
Thank you Andrew, and Lara, always
Elena Bowes
01:04:20
so hard to cut out compleely
Elena Bowes
01:04:27
lol lara
Victoria Spicer
01:04:40
Elena always asked the best questions!
Elena Bowes
01:05:26
no, but they’re quite deceitful, narcissistic, not honest w themsleves
Elena Bowes
01:05:41
challenge never seems to work
Helen Taylor
01:06:31
You can’t ignore but just try not to engage
Elena Bowes
01:06:55
thanks helen, I agree
Shireen Farah Cappelletti
01:09:50
Thank youuuuuu Lara and Andrew!🙏🏻
Linda Thomson
01:09:50
Thank you Andrew! And thank you Lara! xx
Jules Sanchez
01:09:53
Thanks Everyone! You all have been great.
Elena Bowes
01:10:06
thank you- always illuminating
Caroline Wunderlich
01:10:09
Thank you so much! It was so interesting.
Maria Arida
01:10:10
Thank you Andrew Lara ! 🌸
Helen Taylor
01:10:11
Thank you so much. Totally relatable xx
justine clement
01:10:12
wise words as ever
Taline Keshishian
01:10:21
thank you very much Andrew and Lara