Eight Commandments for a Divine Play

1 Thou shalt awaken the evolutionary pioneer in you
2 Thou shalt embrace the unknown and take risks
3 Thou shalt be vulnerable
4 Thou shalt leave your “yes but”, and come with your “what if?”
5 Thou shalt take full responsibility
6 Thou shalt offer space for learning curves
7 Thou shalt be a living example
8 Thou shalt follow the blissipline and be happy!
Thou shalt awaken the evolutionary pioneer in you
Imagine you are migrating from the old world we all know to a new one that hasn’t yet been populated. Everything is new. There are new territories, new rules, new dynamics, new sets of constraints and possibilities. The bad news is there is no recipe that tells us what to do, we have to figure it out, step after step. The good news is we are entirely free to decide how we want to create the next civilization.

Thou shalt embrace the unknown and take risks
Don’t expect free currencies and the next economy to be all covered. You will face many unresolved questions. Some of them will challenge the mind and may provoke fear. Embracing the unknown and taking risks is part of the journey.

Thou shalt be vulnerable
Vulnerability is the allowance we give to ourselves to be naked and receive gifts from others. Vulnerability invites our humanity to manifest.

Thou shalt leave your “yes but”, and come with your “what if?”
It’s easy to place ourselves in the comfortable seat of the jury evaluating other’s work or actions, specially when it comes to new fields such as the next economy. Don’t be reactive, be creative. Leave the “yes but”, be generative with your “what if?”.