1. Awareness of Life

Step 3. You can also do it!

This article is to show that I’m no different. And no one has to be, but at the same time, everyone is special. 

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.

Steve Jobs

 I do enjoy every aspect of life.

And the best thing? Anyone can achieve higher levels of consciousness by following a few simple steps.

I can say that putting myself 5 years ago that I have achieved so far what I have wanted to achieve. (At least that’s what I thought when I started writing.)

And everything that I wanted has pretty much happened. In my last..7 years, starting from 2013, (the … more interesting part, for you, outsiders, students, looking to learn about how I became what I am today) I got the chance and the opportunity to travel the globe. I’ve seen how people party in Bangkok, I’ve seen the Monkey Islands. I’ve been a boat skipper. I’ve sailed in the Greek Islands. I’ve thrown that anchor in the sea. I lived in a different country than my home one. I’ve seen in Sri Lanka – crocodiles that were eating deers in a lake that was 2 meters away from my feet. I’ve experienced rain while swimming in the Philippines sea. I’ve met the tiger from Palawan (weird cat story). I’ve explored the Ancient Mayan Pyramids of Chichen Itza. I’ve scuba dived in the world’s underwater museum in Cancun. I’ve seen the tallest swimming pool in the world in Singapore. I experienced the incredible phenomenon of departing from an airport from -25 degrees (Bucharest, Romania) and arriving in an oven, at +40 (Singapore). I’ve seen that the cars in South East Asia don’t have a heat knob in their cars. I’ve built and raced Formula racing cars on F1 circuits. I dove in shipwrecks from WWII. I’ve seen a scuba diver instructor showing me a shark sign, underwater! (And me not getting it as I didn’t know what a shark sign is and what it means). I sat on a bench in Central Park and enjoyed the vibration of the city, the 24h-non-stop of the city. I’ve seen the world top-down from one of the highest buildings in the world. I’ve felt how shiny and squeaky is the sidewalk at the entrance of the Trump towers in New York City. I have seen the Grand Colosseum in Rome, where legendary battles between beasts and men happened. Executions, reenactments of famous battles, and dramas from Roman mythology. I’ve climbed the hills of the once-famous Roman Empire. I drank rum and partied in boats in the Caribbean while climbing palm trees (tough one). I’ve been on small isolated islands, stranded in the “vast” oceans of our planet, where only a dozen palm trees are growing. I’ve learned freediving at 15 meters depth. I’ve seen Mexico’s Cenotes. (natural swimming holes formed by the collapse of porous limestone bedrock, which reveals a secret subterranean world of groundwater pools). I’ve made incredible connections with people across the world, from California to Argentina, from Thailand to Mexico, with which I still keep in touch.

So I can say that I have experienced life (so far) in a great sense. I’ve seen, I’ve learned, I’ve experienced, I’ve taught, I’ve loved and now it’s time to share.

Life was given to us 3.5 billion years ago. 

What have we done with it?

We don’t know who gave it to us. We barely understand how the universe works. We barely have touched a small portion of our ocean’s floors on our tiny blue dot of a planet.

The very nature of life. From the earliest of times, the development of cyanobacteria, the first cell, has divided into two cells. One became two. Two became more. The one goal of life has been to pass on what was learned by previous generations of cells. (We are only a sum of cells. Don’t forget that.)

There is no higher purpose.

And like any individual cell, we are experiencing the passing of time.

And for us humans – the most advanced creature on this planet – and yet still primitive, life appears to have only one single purpose: Gaining time!

So going through time seems to be the real purpose of each of the cells in our bodies. 

Therefore the cell has only 2 options: Immortality or Reproduction.

Immortality or to strive to the max, in any context that you may think of.

Reproduction, if the environment in which the cell is placed, has nurturing qualities, in order to pass on the information learned from previous generations of cells. Otherwise, that cell dies, and alongside all the genetic material that has created the more advanced cell.

Now I wanted to get to the next level of life, the next stepping stone. I wanted to pursue and achieve my absolute success. I wanted to push my limits. I felt that I started supporting my back against the OK Plateau (something that I’ll explain later). And I knew that wasn’t something that I wanted in my life.

This blog and future book sum up the whole research that I’ve done by taking advanced courses in reading, memory, spirituality, meditation, self-development, financial intelligence, and many many more fields of life.

What I have found is that the internet and the libraries are inundated nowadays with so much content that one can drown in them, until they found the answer to their question.

I have struggled with this in the past.

But as I have researched this, incredibly extensive, I have started putting together the puzzle of life.

This is how I started and this is how you can start.

 

Enjoy life,

Ionut Furnea

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