Hayley Bruce en Lifestyle, IT - Information Technology, beBee in English Conveyancing Technology Analyst • Legalzoom UK 8/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +800

What are you working on?

What are you working on?


About eighteen months ago I started working in projects, actually massive projects which were divided into lots of smaller projects and this has created a shift in my perspective. 

I now see my life in projects. Some of them have very tight deadlines (like project Christmas) and others are broad rough goals which may never end. These latter projects are the more interesting and harder to assess whether they are going well or when I 'succeed', rather than projects I say "i'm working on' them.

I'd like to share some things I am 'working on' and I'd invite you to comment to this buzz with details of what you are working on. Perhaps, if you are working on the same, you'd like to message me with some hints or things you have found helpful.

1. Learning to code - the more I play with code and talk with developers, the more I find no-one who says 'I know how to code'. There are so many languages and techniques, developers are always swapping notes and hints. I love this community feel, but I'm just starting out, so I'm working on it.

2. Meditation - I am going through a transitional period of self-realisation. I have discovered I am a very anxious person. I am using meditation to address my anxiety. Meditation is much more difficult than it looks, I'm working on it.

3. Writing - I've always wanted to have a career in writing. I'm working on it by devoting some time every day to writing.

4. Reaching out to family and friends - I've always been too busy to remember the little things, like birthday cards. Now I realise I'm doing this, I'm working on it.

Now please share - what are you working on?


Hayley Bruce 9/11/2016 · #4

#3 Thanks for commenting Chas. I know exactly what you mean, it's so hard to find time to do the things I'm working on. Sometimes just finding ten minutes a day is difficult. Especially as these types of things have no particular deadline or goal, they do tend to fall to the bottom of the pile. Perhaps support is the best way, find a network of people to keep you going.

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Chas Wyatt 9/11/2016 · #3

@Hayley Bruce, I am working on writing several stories and the illustrations for those stories. It seems much of my time is just spent on the daily grind and survival. Then life has a habit of throwing wrenches into my plans. I have also been working on a new web site, but, it seems to always get pushed to the back burner. It is hard for me to find the time to resolve my projects and see them come to fruition, but, I'll keep plugging away. Thanks for this buzz. I find it to be cathartic.

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Hayley Bruce 8/11/2016 · #2

#1 Thank you for commenting Max and I will try your mediatation.

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Max J. Carter 8/11/2016 · #1

1. I'm designing a lecture series I call Psychospirilosophy the Martial Art of Thought that I teach locally by donation.

2. Designing a system of magick that assists in progressing to majick.

After that it's the usual for a Shaman who provides his services as an awakening guide and intuitive consultant.

A meditation I use and give to all my clients is this.

Simply repeat the words

"I let go of everything."

Repeat until you feel your body take over the breathing and then say.

"I go into the void of my own mind to learn what I need to know right now."

This established the higher-self connection and has produced results that for many people have sped up their self discovery and realization process.

Thank you Hayley for asking.

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