My name is Stefan Durina,
and I am a beautiful mosaic of lived-experience and culture.
Your past does not define your future.
Because of childhood trauma and negative narratives we often loop mindlessly. We are stuck in a default setting - addicted to seeing the world or ourselves as we have known ourselves. Or as others have known us.
We study the energy outside, and give great value to energy resources, but we don't pay attention to the energy within. You should know about energy because it's your birth-right, and it's unlimited. Your energy affects other people.
The one energy center we intuitively know the most about opening and closing is our heart. I believe you are only limited by your ability to open up and stay open. If enjoying a full life means experiencing high energy, love, and enthusiasm, then we shouldn't close. I believe nothing, ever, is worth closing our heart over.
As you explore your inner energy, a whole world of discovery opens up to you.
I believe nothing is static. Not you. Not your reality. Certainly not your future.
I also believe we're meant to change. We were born to change. It's who we're becoming, not who we are. I deeply believe that we are also meant to change the world.
I want to help my fellow humans solve their problems.
In a world of selfishness, I want to become unselfish.
I strive to be authentic and transparent.
My values: Love, Truth, Gratitude, Personal Growth, Fairness.
The owner of an idea is not he who imagines it, but he who expresses it.
Change creates millionaires. Those who observe and take advantage of change will be the new millionaires and billionaires.
Excitement (wants and desires) serves as passionate fuel, as does discontent (undesirable situations). Both allowed me to do what others wouldn’t.
If your past defines your existence, it will be impossible for you to become the person you need to become in the future.
We live in times not dissimilar to Spanish Flu Pandemics in 1918-1920, followed by Depression of 1920-1921, resulting in the Lost Generation of 1920's, then the Great Depression of 1929-1933 (Global unemployment 25%) and the rise of Hitler to power in 1933, and the rest is even more worrisome after that.