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The Desteni I Process is a training program beginning with the Introduction to Desteni course and following with the extensive Structural Resonance Alignment Training. With this comes the opportunity to build yourself an income. This is possible through you sharing your journey of self-discovery and self-realization through blogging and vlogging and inspiring others to join the Desteni I Process. Each of your recruits then provides part of your income.

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  • Kristina Salas

    370: Does Your Name Define You?

    Ever notice yourself see someone's name and immediately you are convinced you know who that person is, simply because of how you defined, or reacted, or perceived that name to be?

    This is something that came up within me recently, and what I realized is just how much we project ourselves unto EVERYTHING of this existence. Whether it's a person, or a place, or even a name - the ideas, ...

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  • Anna Brix Thomsen

    The Deeper Dimensions of a Child’s Fear of Sleeping Alone. DAY 319

    Last week I was working with a 5th grade student who, suddenly in the middle of our lesson asked me if I’ve ever had the experience of suddenly knowing who I am. He explained to me how he distinctly remembers waking up one morning when he was around 4 years old knowing exactly who he was, what his name was, who his parents were and everything that defined him as a person. He explained to me how he, before that moment have no memories, that it was like his life only started in that moment. ...

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  • Blaž Cegnar

    Day 182 - Running away from self by desiring

    Previous blog is in Slovene.
    I am working on removing the point of desire / excitement of looking / turning my head at woman that I would perceive as being sexy / having an arousing / perfect body. I've already worked on the obvious points of how I define / judge what is attractive and what not. But there are still points that I missed and are not so obvious. Thus I will look at what other point...
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  • Viktor Persson

    Day 171: The Lego Movie and Leadership

    The recently released movie “The Lego Movie” and in particular the movie’s main character shows some interesting dimensions and aspects of the word Leadership – and in this blog I am going to expand upon one of these dimensions, which ...

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  • Marek  Sniager

    Engaged, Inspired, and Ready to Build a Better Web

    Automattic is a distributed company — we all work from wherever we are. Right now, “where we are” is 197 cities around the world: New Orleans, USA. Montevideo, Uruguay. Tokyo, Japan. Vilnius, Lithuania.

    Once a year, we get together somewhere in the world to meet, work alongside, learn from, and laugh with one another in an exhilarating, exhausting week called the Grand Meetup. This year, 277 Automatticians descended on Park City, Utah, for seven days in mid-Septemb...

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  • Fidelis Spies

    Day 239 Making a Decision that needs to be made Immediately

    I have always been horrible with decision making, from the smallest things like deciding what to eat to the big things in life. Over the years I have become better at the small things, but the big things still need direction.

    Winter time on the farm means fire season. When there is a fire in the area people get called and those who are able to go help to put the fire out. In these situa...

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  • Viktor Persson

    Day 170: Successful people… and ME!

    Today I was hanging out with some friends and we were discussing career and future decisions, and appropriately enough, we happened upon the subject of what jobs we’ve h...

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  • Anna Brix Thomsen

    Never Say Never to Change. DAY 318

    About a year and a half ago I decided to stop drinking milk in my coffee. I’ve always been sensitive to milk products and was heavily allergic as a child. During my teenage and early adult years I ignored any physical indications that certain foods weren’t good for me and rather just went with whatever tasted or looked good to me, so for many years I had milk with my coffee. It was something I treasured, almost as though it was sacred and I defined myself as someone who takes their coffee ...

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  • Matti Freeman

    Day 270: How I've changed since I redefined the word Daring

    In this post I'm sharing what I've experienced and how I've changed since I redefined the word 'Daring' for myself. For context, read the following blogs:
    Day 252: Living Words: Daring
    http://www.matterfreeman.com/2014/04/day-252-he-who-dares-lives.html
    Day 253: How I Realized I am not Limited to What I Prefer Doing
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  • Fidelis Spies

    Day 238: Self Discipline - Where did it go?

     

    A very important part of this process is Self-discipline – Without it self-change is nearly impossible. Without self-discipline you will always give into any resistance you feel and thus you never actually change.

    It’s a hard thing to change yourself. With every change there will be resistance. With every task that you do not “feel like” doing there will be resistance. This is why self-discipline is necessary, because whenever there is something you should be doing, but do n...

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