What has created the person you are today?

What has created the person you are today_What has created the person you are today?

All daily choices you made.
All people you meet that affect your story.
All places you visited.
Schools you have gone
Feelings you received, happy, angry, hopeful, sorry …
Smells you experienced
And much much else has made you who you are today.

It is said that injustice makes you strong and happiness makes life worth living. We must have both. Up and downs create dynamics. An ostopless rolling wheel.

I had a good life in Sweden, but an even better life in Thailand.

I’ve been struggling all my life:
The right to go to a regular school class
Right to get a job
The right to have food at any restaurant I want
The right to follow my passion without anyone getting into it
The right to live on the same conditions that all people should have

There has been so much obstacle in my life that I do not even think it could be any other way.

When I’m with people and doing things out in town, almost nobody talks to me, but turns to the person I’m with. Sometimes, or next always, they say to my friend: What should he eat, and I’m sitting next to it.

You can not explain this oppression. It’s there, every second of my life, as soon as I leave my home. What I mean is that in every meeting with a person I really try to get a balance to be treated like anybody. To bridge so the person I meet gets the opportunity to treat me like any other person they meet.

With new friends, we always end up in a conversation after a time of friendship. 3 months or one year. But there always comes a point where the friend / man wants to express his friendship with words like:
I have never seen you as handicapped or CP-injured.
There will be a theoretical discussion about disabilities, difficultys.

Then the friendship drops. I’m really trying to build on friendship, but it’s like there’s an ocean in between us. And no ships in the world can break this distance. Friendship survives some time, but my world’s interpretation becomes insane. Because one can not explain one with another life’s life. It has to be lived and it is not enough to walk 1000 km in another’s shoes to understand.

Nor is it meant to be able to understand other people. The purpose of life, according to me, is to discover as many pages of yourself as possible so you can get the maximum recovery of yourself.

I have the privilege of being able to talk to many amazing people. There are so many people out there who make such incredible things and influences in the world.

Next week’s text will be about: How to ignore injustice and use them for your winnings

The unknown reality

The unknown realityThe unknown reality

There is a gap between reality and the unknown reality

Sometimes we know things that have not happened yet. How can this happen? And why can not we control this to our gain?

Some days we know that something positive will happen and other days we know we would have stayed in the saying something bad will happen. They come in waves. Not just one but several things in a row. This applies to those positive things as well.

We forget that positivity creates new positivity. I assume that everyone has experienced an accident not coming alone, but it follows a couple of several incidents of a negative nature. But even those positive things have the same phenomenon.

Many people live in the gap between the next positive incident in life or the next negative phase. A sort of gray zone where daily life lives. No ups and downs. Life is only.

But there is some kind of invisible energy cloud around us. Before all, speed up. Just the summer comes or when I buy my new car, when the children grow up, the next pay or what other things in life we ​​have great hopes that will happen.

When the finish is coming. So when you reach the vision, the longing you have in you. Is it, many times, not in phase. The expectation and what really happens does not become one and the same. It’s a gap.

This is what I mean by the gap between the unknown reality (what has not yet happened) and the reality (what actually happens).

New Motorbike MikaelExample:
A week ago, I acquired a new moped / motorcycle. The old has gone out of time. Even dangerous to drive around with. No repairs in the world would make it run properly. So I have a brand new motorcycle. One kilometer had passed when I got it and a red sign (red sign you have until the white registration plate comes).

I sat on the stairs and watched it. It looks fine … What now?
To me, moped is a means of transport, from point A to point B. So I took it on a “spin”.

I really tried to realize that there would be a difference. Was I happier now?
Absolutely it goes much better and there are fun lights that the old motorcycle did not have. It turns off at traffic lights, to save fuel.

No … no difference (no gap) the motorcycle is still just a means of transport in my reality. The advantage is that it takes less fuel and goes quieter. The pleasure of driving is the same. The wind in the face and the smells of freedom have not changed … I might be too stupid to understand that there should be something else.

So what’s your experience of the gap between reality and the unknown reality?

Mental training interview with Professor Lars-Eric Uneståhl

Mental training interview with Professor Lars-Eric Uneståhl:

 

About the Buddha tree painting found at CET, Thailand. I was given the opportunity to paint a wall 6×2 meters. I got to paint just what I wanted. Later, the painting became the first page of the book: Mental Training History
Elene Uneståhl, who is a fantastic educator and inspirator of, among other things, Mental training, instructed me to activate the children and do something with the empty 6×2 meter wall. Buddha trees became a simple choice and I thought the children could use their hands to paint the foliage. Lars-Erik and Elena’s youngest daughter were with (7-8 other children) and Elena’s oldest son helped me to create the traditional effect. It became a Buddha tree as in the Mental space. It’s a little short story about the painting. The book is only available in Swedish, published in 2017.