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OUR BIGGEST RISK IS TO THINK TOO SMALL

As a surfer, swimmer and road racing track motorcyclist, I appreciate flow. Empowering flow by having the personal freedoms to follow your curiosity and bliss, allowing you to set goals, focus attention and be immersed in whatever you do, creates outcomes of learning to enjoy whatever you do and produces a sense of high energy, liveliness and flow that enhances your life / all life.

The great gift of flow is that if you have learned to achieve this state you will have outcomes that match the best that we can dream of having in this life. First of all, you will enjoy every minute of your life. Second you will achieve personal growth, your skills will expand, your goals will become more and more important to you and to others. And the third outcome is, that it is through flow experiences that culture evolves: it is through flow that we can build new forms of art, new technologies, new science, new and better relationships among people, so the evolution of personal abilities, the development of personal skills, is the energy out of which the evolution of culture is made.

“Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi”

Session Takeaways

Once we define the objective of life as being to support a continuous Flow state, the design of the infrastructure of living becomes obvious. We will explore ways to sense / cultivate and empower co-created flow state enhanced realities as we collectively evolve culture.

About George Orbelian

George Orbelian
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Buckminster Fuller Institute

I’m a surfer, swimmer and road racing track motorcyclist. My focus in life is to help humanity appreciate the cascading benefits of aligning with Nature as we realize Buckminster Fuller’s vision to, “Make the world work, for 100% of [LIFE], in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation, without ecological offense or the disadvantage of anyone.” We have the solutions to avoid Ecocide. Our biggest risk is to think too small.