The paradox theory of change | 12th from: The Hereticals-I (2018) / subbed

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We fight for jobs, diplomas, love and many other things, 

for small and big dreams, various goals, expectations, for strongly wished changes which are supposed to signal a totally new period in our lives.
And let’s say that sometimes we manage to achieve our what we were fighting for.

However,

why deep inside us we often have a vague and bitter-sweet taste of a feeling that seems to be incongruent with all the other feelings around our success?
Or, how it happens and in the middle of a change which we chose, we suddenly abandon all and go back to our starting point, even if till that moment we were dedicated to our goal?

Why sometimes comes a moment 

and everything breaks while we were enthusiastically marching towards our goal to radically change things in our lives, optimistic and positively thinking, fully trusting our power and 100% persuaded that we are unstoppable?
What might be some hidden paradoxical aspects of the process of any change?

What does it exactly mean “I welcome the new?”

Maybe, it is not needed to be a perfect warrior to be able to truly welcome the new following any change?



*** “The Hereticals” is a series of live videos that I do in fb and I upload also here, in my web-page, as well as in my channel in You Tube.
*** “The Hereticals-I” (2018) are SUBBED in English. “The Hereticals-II” are spoken live, DIRECTLY in English – they started from September 2019.
*** All of “The Hereticals” are on concepts that I think are horribly abused by internet, social media and pop-psychology (love, forgiveness, interconnectedness, positive thinking, the power of our thoughts, etc).
*** I do not claim at all that what I say about such concepts is any kind of “truth”, I only present my personal approach.

NOTE: All of “The Hereticals” are based on and refer directly or indirectly to the theory and philosophy underlying Gestalt therapy and especially its existential aspects.


 

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