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Philippine Epics
by: James Burgess





Filipino folk expression shows seven types of life experience

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

Filipino Folk material can be seen as 7 basic life principles: the 7 Words. Identity is first, where the central story can be put most simply as: who am I? Typically many of us have a real and important need to become clear about the things we are trying to achieve. This concerns all and everything, from everyday practical matters to avoiding tricky and unpleasant emotions. The problem is to know how to reach clarity and then to find the answers to issues that trouble us. The 7 Words System offers a unpretentious innate process that allows us to achieve a greatly improved knowledge of what precisely we are looking for. This kicks off with No. We need firstly to name faithfully what we don't want, what is not useful, before we can know what we do want.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

Second, the quest for knowledge, reaching out beyond the horizons of habit to meet new people, new ideas and new ways to see the world. The following phase relates to the word Hello. We will need to open up to new ideas and people if we have a desire to increase our scope of solutions to puzzles and challenges. We surely know that? To get something fresh we will need to stretch our scope and look where we have not previously looked earlier. Original thoughts, new contacts , new situations and new things are clearly aspects of giving consideration to something we have not previously lived through. We will want to switch old for new, that can tender something in equitable return for what are trying to obtain for ourselves.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

Then love. Romantic love between woman and man is favourite, yet the importance of family, village, nation and humanity itself also shows acts of kindness. Between all open choices, some are more attractive than others and we feel we want to treat them as having a greater merit, because we appreciate them more. This is explained by the primary word Thanks. Repeatedly, we overlook the worth of what we have, slip into thanklessness and are likely to assume what should not be assumed.It's more than just courteousness to reveal our appreciation for things we value; it has a significant effect in helping us to accomplish our ambitions. Psychologically we are magnetized to what we convey appreciation for, and yet it's equally accurate to say that we will be able to draw them to us too. We improve our charisma when we say Thanks and therefore, if we do so, we naturally bring things to come to us.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

The Hero’s quest. The brave young man goes forward to take on challenges, either external or internal. The defeating of evil is a metaphor for the battle of light and darkness within one’s own heart. Goodbye is the fourth of the 7 primary words and relates to a progression that has four steps. They are: realization, decision, completion and moving on. What we are saying goodbye to a particular stage of development, which is to be perceived simply as utter refusal of a viable path of action that previously we had been going towards and in future will not engage in. It is a turning point in our pick of potential futures.Goodbye is different from No in that it means that we have had some kind of involved interaction already, which now needs to end compared to No's repudiation in the first place. Firm decisions cut the past away completely and that sharpness produces an opportunity that otherwise does not arise.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

Vision Quest. The seeker needs to find answers to deep issues of concern that expand power and wisdom. The future develops according to the things considered normal of the past unless we take control of it and bend it to our desire. To do this calls for to have a vision of how we want it to be; this vision has to be very clear, specific and optimistica€”and converted into intention. They differ don't they - vision and intention? The first is to some extent unreal and the second is much more concentrated and willful.For a dream to become real there must be cooperation. Nothing can be finished without gaining the aid of others - this takes talent, maybe arguments, even motivation. It is not always necessary to proffer something such as money or money's worth.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

Another theme that appears in song, myth and epic is redemption. Each of us, yearns to be released from the pain of guilt and shame, and purified through atonement. Sorry, the sixth word, is best seen as making good harm done whenever we've been insensitive or oblivious to the needs or wants of someone else. The best idea is to make sure we forestall the need to say it by being understanding beforehand. For what reason? Well it's because anyone we upset could easily be inclined to act against our better purposes and lessen our probability of achievement of our goals, so it is obviously more reasonable to think of others as well as ourselves.It is all to do with being responsible, having some feelings for someone whom we've upset and making atonement when we've gone astray . Only then will it ever be possible to forestall or patch up resentment and release the enduring nastiness that otherwise would intensify and fester.

Filipino Folk Material in 7 Words

The final journey is the quest for the absolute. This can take the form of spiritual ascendancy, seclusion, surrender and death, a final acknowledgement of the unity of all life. The final phase of our 7 Words model is to do with acceptance; there are times when we simply have to tolerate what we cannot change. The word is Yes. It would be nice wouldn't it if we were able to make the world exactly the way we envision it - but in fact we can't. We always need to withstand what comes, and to take what is not exactly what we asked for.The greatest technique is to have an expectation that everything in due course turns around to our advantage, that the modifications to our plans are all improvements when seen in the perspective of the longer term. For sure it's not easy to see it when we are still close and attached to our desires of course not! In spite of that hold your horses and you may well see that the serendipitous episodes, the surprises and defeats are actually the best bits disguised as trouble.


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