Sometimes we are not aware that our life goes into the wrong direction – and then our bodies give us a warning. Most people hear it for a little while, and when they recover they take on the same life style they had before and what had led to the illness. Then our bodies need to give us harder hints – and when we survive we finally are inclined to change something, often forced by a changed life situation by missing physical functioning.
Well, Rolan Takaoka had 3 strokes which confined him to many months in hospital and finally to the wheelchair. And he has learnt his lesson. He has taken over full responsabiliy for what has happened and has accepted his new life with acute curiosity of what is possible now – which leads him to ever new discoveries about the huge amount of possibilities of us humans which more often than not are ignored and not explored .
The third stroke – what now? with
Life changes drastically when you find yourself in completely different physical conditions. People after having had strokes might not be able to speak, to walk or whatever is compromising their usual and habitual way of using their body and their mind. There is rehabilitation and people can make huge progress, almost get back to “normal”. But it is not on auto pilot, it requires the active collaboration of the handicapped person – and, first of all, they need to have a specific mindset to succeed!
So when things like that happen to you: Would you despair and complain and be grumpy about the “curse” which has haunted you? Or would you use this condition as a starting point to change your life to the better? You can reach deeper levels of consciousness, you get to know yourself better, your body, mind , soul, spirit – and you get to know how to interact in different ways with the people around you.
has used his experience of 3 strokes and has created a completely different life for himself and grounded himself in a wonderful positive mindset. In our show he will tell you the “secrets” of how to use an illness for growing and evolving in life