Unlimited Possibilities posted...
[QUOTE]I think, when I wrote my last post, I was kind of talking about huge changes such as world wide econmical changes.[/QUOTE]
How would you expect a grand scale change to occur if change has not yet begun on the individual level? If people want to see change on a grand scale in anything they must first start within themselves.
Why and what do people want to change?
Who is it benefiting?
What are the repercussions?
[QUOTE]My example would be for the oil and gas companies. As soon as any kind of new highly advanced power source comes out they are screwed, but they are only screwed if they are the ones that did not make that new source of energy or did not invest into that new source of energy. Whether or not Free Energy is real or just a myth we will not know for a while because of obvious reasons. To me that would be a change alot of people would hate but eventually would
get used to.[/QUOTE]
Uhhhh, isn't this a bit off the energy arts topic? I know it's still energy, but...
I actually have a bit of experience with alternative energy - so I am only going to contine this briefly in the context of changing.
As for your statement about a highly advanced free power source, there is only one that I can think of right off hand and that would be the Tesla Coil. I am not so sure that this would work on a grand scale
though and that is why things must happen on the individual level first. People need to do the research and learn how to utilize renewable energy recources, (wind, water, sun). I grew up in a house where we were completely solar powered - just recently
my parents put up a wind generator. They have more energy than they need.
The point is - if everybody, slowly but surely started using this stuff the oil companies etc, wouldn't have the hold they do on us. Like I said - change starts on the individual level.
Back to the subject...
[QUOTE]please give me some examples of the changes you were talking about.[/QUOTE]
The changes I am talking about are those that will better you life, your MA, whatever. It is even better if they benefit those around you as well. Examples? Quitting smoking, being polite and cool headed, not driving like a nut...
There are tons of ways that we can change, you just have to be strong and open minded enough to stand up to the challenge of making the changes.
[QUOTE]nipp or whatever your name is stop being so negative, you sound retarded, you know for person that practice martial arts.[/QUOTE]
Don't be a hypocrite!
[QUOTE]The guys just want create his own style one day, but I do agree with La that he need to find an instructor and study before he can create anything new.[/QUOTE]
That and he needs to train and do pretty much nothing else for about 30 years if he wants that style to be effective.