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Nice man. I've always wondering if ideas are my own but they end up being a cultivation of everything seen and heard mixed in with personal experience.

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Feb 21, 2023Liked by Hari Tiruna

So fun reading your posts. I just released an episode on my podcast on this - You might find reading Joseph Rael's book, SOUND, helpful in the way Navajo teachings explain inspiration. It's beautifully written, and aligns with the way I understand 'ideas'.

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Thank you! I'll check it out. What's your podcast called?

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Feb 21, 2023Liked by Hari Tiruna

Return to Wonder: This is the episode: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3zOYNQ4b5V8Cg0RLV71GwR?si=f4f168e047a44874

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Thanks for sharing! I just listened and resonate a lot with it. I loved what you said about treating our ideas like plants, nourishing them, and letting them grow into what they want to—without us needing to touch them.

There's so much past baggage and grasping that gets in the way of us allowing the natural unfolding of ideas through synchronicities.

Also, the Japanese phrase for "reading the air" you mentioned was so beautiful. I'm going to use it from now on :)

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Would be fun to extrapolate if you're game. I'm walking the talk on my own insights, and tracking what sticks, works, shows up and dissolves. I find this is the time to weave with others to create the new; and to know when and what is yours, when to let go of ideas that don't spark, and ideas that you need to cultivate a team to execute - and THEN let go.

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