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Thank you Mr Kyle Cease for this one!! @evolvingoutloud A lot of the time to change how you feel about the situation all it takes is to reframe!! How do you do that? Well, there are many ways, but what Kyle Cease said in his interview with @tombilyeu was so easy, and gave the feeling a whole new energy. Think about it, we tell ourselves “I’m nervous”, “I don’t know what the future holds”, “I don’t know what to say”, “I’m uncomfortable”, “I’m tired”… What if you just added “…and I love it” to each one of those? These four little words change the feeling behind the statement. Don’t be a skeptic now, saying “how can I ever love being sick, for instance?”. If you tell yourself that little adlib you will find yourself looking for a reason to be grateful for that feeling. I’m nervous, and I love it – because I am putting myself out there and doing something that’s going to propel me forward. I don’t know what the future holds, and I love it – because I know I have the power to make it anything I want. I don’t know what to say, and I love it – because I know that whatever I say will be coming straight from my heart. I’m uncomfortable, and I love it – because discomfort signifies growth. I’m tired, and I love it – because today I lived full out. Our emotions are there to tell us if what we are doing is serving us, so even “I hate this situation, and I love that” becomes authentic because in that moment I know I will do what I can to make the best of it, learn from it, and in the future choose differently. To quote @abrahamhickspublications we are always either lining up with the vortex or contributing to it, and I love that. SENDING LOVE TO ALL OF YOU ON THIS GORGEOUS THURSDAY!
I'm incredibly excited to have @tapingkae contributing to volume 2 of the Cordyceps Cultivation Handbook!! Dr. Tapingkae's videos were the first ones I watched about Cordyceps cultivation on youtube, these videos inspired me to learn how to grow cordyceps when everyone told me it couldn't be done! With over a decade of experience in the subject, there is much Dr. Tapingkae knows that we have yet to understand! Only one day left to contribute to all the work going into the new book via LINK IN BIO Dr. Tawat Tapingkae has been a pioneer in the horticulture industry ever since he was a student. Currently, he is an independent researcher at the Center for Science and Technology Development for Rural Development (RSTDC) and mushroom research and development center (MRDC) has conducted horticultural research to grow orchids and various mushrooms. He has specialized in Cordyceps mushrooms and trained people from all over the world in cultivation techniques! People who have learned from him have applied the knowledge by expanding into Cordyceps cultivation as a career. His work has resulted in the Cordyceps mushroom becoming more well-known and an important part of the economy of Thailand, resulting in great benefits in agriculture and agribusiness