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Harmony in Self: The Liberating Power of Catharsis

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Harmony in Self: The Liberating Power of Catharsis In the grand orchestra of life, each individual carries a distinct melody that shapes our journey. However, societal norms often mute these notes, leaving a symphony unfinished. This blog post invites you to explore the power of catharsis – a concept deeply rooted in the liberation of the soul and the embrace of raw, genuine emotions. It's not just about letting go; it's about tuning into the rhythm of your inner world and allowing it to resonate freely. Through poignant narratives and thoughtful reflections, we'll journey into the heart of catharsis. We'll discover how the intentional release of emotions can be a conduit to profound personal growth and a deeper understanding of our authentic selves. From the disciplined silence of a military chant to the liberating shouts of Simba sessions, we recognize the transformative potential of giving voice to our innermost feelings. Yet, this is only the beginning. For those wh

Folktales by ha2tim: Unity's Tale- "Magic Bird part 2"

Folktales by ha2tim: Unity's Tale- "Magic Bird part 2" : This story begins with " Seven Sticks " These   birds   had   overcome   the   wisest   of   the   Nyame,   and   now   he   w...

Folktales by ha2tim: Unity's Tale- "The Magic Bird"

Folktales by ha2tim: Unity's Tale- "The Magic Bird" : This story begins: with  " 7 sticks " Unity rose to his feet to address his family. Walking away from the table to make sure t...

Folktales by ha2tim: 7 Sticks

Here is an article from one of my blogs checkit out Folktales by ha2tim: 7 Sticks : Once there was a wise man who through his good business sense, became very wealthy.  In his youth he was fortunate enough to hear about a ...

The New Warrior

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I   have   been   looking   at   the   concept   of   the   warrior   for   the   last   few   days,   and   an   insight   hit   me.   All these   years   I   had   been   preparing   my   body   for   war   on   a   physical   battlefield.   Practicing  martial   arts,   running,   and   training   myself   and   others   for   the   battles  that  life would bring.   I   have   attempted   to   push   myself   to   my   physical   limits   through   fasting,   exposure   to   the   elements,   through   personal   trials   and   tribulations.   I   realized   that   all   these   things   are   important,   but   this   was   just  a  part   of   my   warrior   training.   For   years,   I   have   been   reciting   the   definition   of   a   warrior   to   myself   like   a   mantra,   "   a   warrior   is   one   who   is   experienced   and/or   involved   with   conflict,"   not   realizing   directly   that   I   was   just   defining   half   of   the   battle   t