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    Trust is a way of being

    Trust is a way of being – written by Torsten Lueddecke Part 1: Trusting yourself and the natural flow and evolvement of life The definition of trust is “the reliance on the integrity, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something”. Please notice: It is about the innate qualities of someone or something, not about certain outcomes or behaviours. In other words: Trust does not mean, shit is no longer happening. Most of us go through life and “lose“ trust, because shit is happening or we feel disappointment when our expectations in someone or something are not met.  Sound familiar? It is certainly true that events and people often don’t measure…

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    Seven Foundations of Personal Power

    Seven foundations of personal power by Torsten Lueddecke. The way you show up in life has to be congruent with who you are. This is the essence of personal power. Living a life where you are fully and unapologetically expressing all of who you are. The principle is easy. Every time you make a decision and take an action and you feel empowered and at peace – this is who you are. If you don’t feel that way, correct your course until you do.

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    Three dimensions of Personal Freedom

    The Three Dimensions of Personal Freedom – written by Torsten Lueddecke Introduction: Let us start with the obvious. Not so obvious, but the first person to restrict your freedom is yourself. The way you define yourself, see yourself and characterize yourself is a massive restriction of your freedom as you don’t allow yourself to show up any other way. The second dimension of personal freedom, “freedom from social convention” seems obvious but is so all-dominant than we are to question the very foundations of what we think and what we do.  Once we have dealt with ourselves and the society we were born into, we finally tackle spacetime. The way we move…

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    Eliminate stress by operating from a place of being

    Eliminate stress forever and have complete peace of mind… by operating from a place of “being“ rather than “doing & having“ – Torsten Lueddecke Perceived stress is normally associated with either high workload, expectations (that we experience as pressure) or worries and concerns that we have. This is focusing our minds on “Doing” and “Having”. 1) Doing: The complete list of what we think we have “to do”, 2) Having: All our expectations of “having” certain results and outcomes in life. This includes worries, as we worry that our future might not “have” the desired outcome. If we let go of our mental focus on “doing & having“ and instead focus…