The Story: How your feelings affect your universe
Life is an adventure, and you are too ambitious, too smart and too capable to spend your life cooped up in a box, only to one day retire and spend the rest of your days wondering what might have been.
That is not for you. You are going to push boundaries, innovate, devise and create, blaze your own path where many didn’t even think to tread. Life is waiting to be discovered, and ideas teased into existence through your ingenuity.
Then, at the end of your life, you will look back and think that you did so many things that once you thought you would never be able to do. You might not even know where you found the courage to do them… but at least you remember that you found the courage to dream, to imagine, to conjure new situations in your mind and allow yourself to be moved by them.
In this episode, Kurt interviews Gela Amini, earthling, traveller, plant chef and expert manifester. Gela explains a little about what her life is like, and tells us about some important waypoints in her journey – how she conquered Lyme disease, managed to get out of debt, and get her Swedish citizenship and passport despite their bureaucracy.
Join us in another mind-expanding episode of… The Paradise Paradox!
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