Here is where all the new members can give a quick blurb about themselves, and we can all say hello!
Here is a link to the FAQ for all the new members to be sure to read (some of the old members could benefit from reading it too!): https://www.highexistence.com/topic/faq-how-to-use-highexistence/
Hey Im new to HighExistence and was wondering if there were anything I should know to optimism my experience here
Been here for about a week now, and I can’t get enough of it. The people here are so awesome and the topics life changing. I’m learning so much about myself, just from hearing how everyone else tests themselves, and the challenges they overcome. It’s great to be a part of the learning, and to be able to help others find themselves also. Thanks so much HE!!!
I’m quite new I found this place through stumbleupon, and, well, I loved it I married to this place already.
I like to learn new stuff every day. I like to write and make geometry, and I want to study math… What else? I am trying to loose myself and do stuff I haven’t done yet, learn stuff I don’t know and maybe make new things such as puzzles and toys and whatever helps people learn stuff. Yet I have to deal with my apathy and addiction to the internetz :/
Anyway. I also like to listen and stuff, whatever people has to say so anyone who wants to share is welcome to talk to me and stuff.
I’m also quite a hermit, or maybe a no-life or a neckbeard, I’d rather call myself a hermit though, lol
My name is Brady. I’ve been a solid life…enjoyer (?) for a few years now, and I enjoy nothing more than helping other people to attain the same level of joy that I’ve realized in my own life.
This site is truly a diamond in the rough. I hope everybody else loves it as much as I do!
Hey guys, I’m new as well obviously. I’ve joined hoping I can surround myself with like-minded optimists because I’m tired of the negativity on other sites and in real life as well. I’m at a place in my life where I’d like to branch out and experience ideas, people, etc other than the ones that have been tying me down. If anyone has some good advice about this site or wants to talk, just message me (or however it works here)! I’m just getting my foot in the door :)
I just joined, this seems like a great place for inspiration and motivation from others who also want to live fully and happily. I am an artist (vfx, animation, painting, video, and a VJ) and like to immerse myself in the creative. I am childfree, practice HAES, am spiritual but not religious, and always interested in bettering both my own subjective experience of the world and that of those around me. Looking forward to what seems a more positive experience than many other internet localities. :D
Really excited to actually begin contributing to the discussions on this site. I stumbled upon it (pun intended) in August of this year, and after reading a few blog posts immediately decided to sign up. I’m currently working as a freelance graphic, and web designer, and absolutely love the arts. I was raised in a Pentecostal Christian church, of which my grandfather was and is the pastor. I have always been obsessed with “truth”, and unfortunately could not find many answers amidst the indoctrination I was receiving. Hoping to become a valuable member of this community. Feel free to contact me. :)
I love all the free thought and positive energy here. I can tell you about myself or I can ask you to see this http://alittleofred.com/. That’s that best I can say for myself and that I believe in following dreams and listening to the quite moments the universe provides us with!
Stumbled here and really like the posts, exploits and people. In my case, alter-thought, experience and re-invention keeps my mind aware. Pushing boundaries, f-ing up and still being OK are worth the risks. Like running a new trail, knowing a new person, creating (or fixing) a business… Joy comes from that immersion. Boredom is the mind-killer.
Hello everyone! Like some of you, I’m on a path to self-improvement. My journey has been a real eye-opener. Everyday I find new books and articles that provide me with motivation to move forward. While all of the literature out there has been extremely helpful, I am more interested in sharing new ideas and giving and receiving feedback. I am open to all discussion topics. Please feel free to message me anytime.