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2024 JAN 24 Riccardo Bosi and Dr Jan Halper-Hayes: The World is Upside Down, Decisions, Comfort Zone, Stages of Grief, PTSD

Transformative Moments: Recalibrating is vital to a meaningful journey of life.

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Transformative Moments

Riccardo Bosi and Dr Jan Halper-Hayes, talk about the transformative moments in life which makes you a better person:

The World is Upside Down

VITAL PART of the Hero’s Journey is:

Calibrating the Moral, Ethical Compass of life 1 deg of travelled 1 km doesn’t put one off course a lot and easily corrected traveled 10,000 km and you’ll be so far off the desired destination it will take massive changes to correct the errors.

Experts in air navigation have a rule of thumb known as the “1 in 60 rule.”1 The point here is that small actions, accumulated over a very long time make a huge difference.

TRUE STORY: Mount Erebus Antarctica Plane Crash 28 November 1979

“Air New Zealand passenger sightseeing flight TE901 ” [Zero Survivors]

The passenger jet flight TE901 carrying 237 passengers and 20 crew on board left New Zealand for a sightseeing flight to Antarctica and back. Unknown to the pilots, however, there was a minor 2 degree error in the flight coordinates. Sadly, the plane crashed into the side of the volcano, killing everyone on board. It was a tragedy brought on by a minor error – a matter of only just 2 degrees.

Mount Erebus Antarctica Plane Crash 28 November 1979
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The World is Upside Down:

Recalibrating is vital to a meaningful journey of life.

NORTH is “North” | SOUTH is “South”

RIGHT is “Right” | WRONG is “Wrong”

Decisions

Making Right Decisions is a journey from recognising the truth about the wrong ones.

Comfort Zone

The way forward in Life is Outside Comfort Zone

Questioning

Questioning you’re historical worldviews the foundation building blocks of your worldview: The blueprint to life must be correct the question is where did you get that blueprint from; the source of your worldview must be from the designer of the World your viewing

Stages of Grief

Encountering Loss is inevitable and there are real Stages of Grief so its important to understand these and not beat yourself up as you journey through grief.

PTSD2

No transformative moments in life which makes you a better person comes without facing and dealing with the related mental health condition that's triggered by a transformative event. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event; its part of the journey and each person’s walks through this minefield of emotions can be short or long the key is working through it at your pace there’s no fixed time span so be kind to yourself manage that journey .


Acknowledgements Original Sources

Credit to Riccardo Bosi A1: The Heroes' Journey (23 January 2024) Australia SAS LTCOL Riccardo Bosi Ret. and Dr Jan Halper-Hayes discuss: The World is Upside Down, Decisions, Comfort, Zone, Questioning, Stages of Grief and PTSD VIEW


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It states that for every 1 degree a plane veers off its course, it misses its target destination by 1 mile for every 60 miles you fly. This means that the further you travel, the further you are from your destination. If you are off course by just one degree, after one foot, you will miss your target by 0.2 inches. Seems to be trivial, right? But, read on…

  • After 100 yards or 0.09 km, you will be off by 5.2 feet. Not huge, but noticeable;

  • After a mile or 1.6 km, you will be off by 92.2 feet. One degree is now starting to make a difference;

  • If you veer off course by 1 degree flying around the equator, you will land almost 500 miles or 804 km off target!

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.

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